Presented at the Third Annual Conference "Giovani Lettori, Nuovi Cittadini", in February 2008, promoted by the Osservatorio Permanente Giovani-Editori in collaboration with the Acre, this research aims to evaluate the initiative "The Quality Information in Classroom" in its social implications.
Faced with the Presidents of Banking Foundations and the presidents and directors of major national newspapers present at the conference, Gfk Eurisko research has highlighted the merits of the civil and social project "The Quality Information in the Classroom". In particular, research has focused on the theme "Young people, the arts and culture" and how critical reading more newspapers comparison may gradually stimulate attracting young people to the arts and cultural themes.
A young law is, in fact, according to research, more curious, more willing to broaden the focus of his ideas, more able to question and, above all, to strengthen its critical spirit. Newspapers, finally, then act as vehicles approach the culture, reinforcing the interests of the most curious and urging those people less willing to read. In a moment culturally difficult as the current one, the events have been definitely encouraging signs.
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