Document Type: Takhasosi
Master of Ahl-Beit History/ Imam Khomeini Complex
PhD Student of Quran and Science, Social Orientation/ Al-Mustafa International University
The family is the most important social institution with permeable boundaries and the cyberspace has been able to penetrate; thus, the entry of cyberspace into the family center has caused harm to the norms and roles of family members, especially children. The purpose of this study was to investigate the damages of cyberspace in children's education in which it examined the negative effects and consequences of the Internet on family life ethics. The research method was also descriptive-analytical and the method of collecting the materials was in the form of libraries and searches in databases and sources of internet scientific information.
The results show that the expansion of cyberspace has caused various damages to children's education, including ethical harms such as easy access to unethical resources, weakening religious beliefs and instilling doubts and conflicting values, personality traits such as addiction to space. Virtual, social isolation and waste of time; and family harm, such as reduced family relationships, changing patterns of interaction between parents and children, the loss of power balance in the family, and the generation gap.
Therefore, parental guidance and supervision along with recognizing and aware of the damages to cyberspace is the best way to remedy it.