La infancia y la adolescencia ante las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación (TICs): oportunidades, riesgos y daño

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Publicado 29-05-2020
Gemma Martínez Maialen Garmendia Carmelo Garitaonandia

Resumen

Los menores están creciendo en un sistema de convergencia mediática que les proporciona oportunidades para la socialización, la auto-expresión, el aprendizaje, la creatividad y la participación a través de los medios online y, crecientemente, los medios móviles. Sin embargo, además de las oportunidades que ofrece Internet, los niños y niñas también experimentan riesgos evidenciando la interdependencia de ambos: cuanto más usan los menores internet, mayor es la gama de oportunidades que tienen y mayor es la probabilidad de exposición a experiencias de riesgo.

 

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Martínez, G., Garmendia, M., & Garitaonandia, C. (2020). La infancia y la adolescencia ante las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación (TICs): oportunidades, riesgos y daño. ZER: Revista De Estudios De Comunicación = Komunikazio Ikasketen Aldizkaria, 25(48). https://doi.org/10.1387/zer.21116
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Keywords

adolescencia, infancia, smartphones, Tecnologías de la Información, oportunidades, riesgos.

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