Television and Content Censorship: The Impact of Violent Content on the Developmental Stages in the Personality of the Nigerian Child

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Oyama, Okim-Alobi; Ogbu, Silk;

Erik Erikson’s theorization of the psychosocial developmental stages of humans, reveal the fragility of children with special attention to their biological and psychosocial characterization. The adolescent age is the period where the child is adventurous, curious and ea... View more
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