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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 628-656


Mohammed EL Nadir Abdallah Tani, Jazaa Farhan AL Shammari, Arif Juma Biro Trouk, Nassredine Cheikh Bouhenni.


In this research ,we will address the impact on household use of YouTube Mutes, so that will come to the impact of the use of YouTube to organize and Mutes family, and in this axis tried our survey the theoretical side of the field and the subject of the study, through the methodology followed the following steps:
Among these means and applications, we find (You Tube), which is a video website, through which the user sends, evaluates, watches and comments on videos and shares them with others, leading to interactions mediatizes that increase family fragmentation and create individual behaviors and form social relationships New condensing outside. All of these indicators are disruptions that affect the lives of individuals, especially young people, and their relationship with their families by the fact that they spend most of their time using it.
They do not imagine that YouTube meets all their needs .Recent studies have shown that mass media and communication, especially the new ones, are used extensively, but we are facing a paradox when we try to drop the approach of assumptions of uses and gratifications ,as we notice that there is use but without satisfaction, given that the needs of the recipient in the third millennium have become multiple and increasing .He is constantly searching for new and more, for more, without satisfying his desires at a time when everything has become hasty. In recent years, the Saudi family has witnessed changes, including gradual and sudden, affecting its shape and the nature of relations between its members.

Key words: The effect, use, Family silence, Family planning, Hail city.

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