The Differences between Hearing Impaired and Normal Children’s Pictures and their Colour Use
International Journal of Literature and Arts
Volume 2, Issue 5, September 2014, Pages: 142-149
Received: Aug. 24, 2014;
Accepted: Sep. 2, 2014;
Published: Sep. 20, 2014
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Maryam Hamed Esmaeli, PHD student in Visual Arts Education, Gazi University Ankara, Turkey
The pictures that children draw reflect their inner worlds. When we have a look at the human history, we can easily notice how pictures being such an important means from the very beginning. The pictures giving lots of information about past are very important evaluation instrument for experts working with children. For most people, the important thing about the pictures is their aesthetic value on the other hand we focus on other vast amount of important factors for child evaluation. For example; the undrawn parts in the Picture, with how much pressure the pencil is used, bigness and smallness, the ratio between the body parts, the way paper is used and the way individuals positioned, the colours used etc. What kind of development properties and mood, each of these factors indicating, were determined by the researches. In this search only a general information will be given because by the ones who don’t study on child mental health field, the pictures might be misinterpreted in terms of all dimensions about the meaning of pictures because this information only will be meaningful when it is combined with the information in the child psychology field findings or else sometimes mislabelling might happen by word of mouth information for example a child drawing a Picture with no mouth might be labelled as shy which we all agree negative outcomes of these labelling on children. In this article, two groups of children’s pictures were compared, the first group is the hearing impaired children and the second group is the normal children and we studied the differences of pictures and colour use among these groups. In this study two different schools were visited and formed the groups and they were asked to draw four different types of pictures and all these information gathered and interpreted.
Maryam Hamed Esmaeli,
The Differences between Hearing Impaired and Normal Children’s Pictures and their Colour Use, International Journal of Literature and Arts.
Vol. 2, No. 5,
2014, pp. 142-149.
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