Presented at the Third Annual Conference "Giovani Lettori, Nuovi Cittadini", in February 2008, promoted by the Osservatorio Permanente Giovani-Editori in collaboration with Acri, this research aims to evaluate the social implications of "The Quality Information in Classroom" initiative.
Facing the Presidents of Banking Foundations and the Presidents and Directors of the major national newspapers present at the conference, Gfk-Eurisko research highlighted the merits of the civil and social project that is "The Quality Information in the Classroom."The research particularlyfocused on the theme of "Young people, Art and Culture" and on how the critical lecture and comparison of different newspapers will gradually stimulate young people to get closer to Art and cultural themes. A student that reads, is, in fact, according to research, more curious, more willing to broaden the spectrum of his ideas, more able to question himself and, above all, to strengthen his critical spirit.
To conclude, newspapers act as the canals to familiarize with culture, that strengthen the interests of the most curious and push those of the least willing people. In a culturally difficult moment like now, research has given encouraging signs for the future.
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