عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to investigate the harms caused by cyberspace in the educational model of students in the virtual education process. The expansion of communication and its diversity in the modern world, along with its advantages, has brought many disadvantages to human beings. The arrogant regime, which seeks to conquer and transform the cultural values of its opposing countries, is trying to make the most of the existing space. Spending heavy costs on creating filter-breakers, producing various games with the aim of promoting Western values, and humiliating the culture of other countries as well as making cyberspace attractive in different ways show the great ability of cyberspace to change values. Joseph Nye, In his book entitled Soft Warfare, emphasizes the ways to change countries' values and beliefs in order to dominate them. The findings of this study show that along with its positive capabilities, e-learning provides the students, who previously did not have access to this space for any reason, with a more access to cyberspace, makes them familiar with social networks and gives them the access to smart phones. This event can acquaint students with the charms of this space and due to cultural invasion, lack of media literacy, not enough control on this space, unknown identity of individuals, lack of proper management and supervision by families, etc. it causes changes in role modeling of students against the educational and moral goals of the country's education system.