Vulnerabilidad infantil ante los smartphones: en busca de la competencia parental positiva

  • Antonia Ramírez García Universidad de Córdoba
  • Natalia Gonzalez Fernandez Universidad de Cantabria
  • Irina Salcines Talledo Universidad de Cantabria

Resumo

Los dispositivos móviles como los smartphones, están determinando y repercutiendo en muchas de las dinámicas familiares y comunicacionales entre padres e hijos. El uso que los propios progenitores realizan de dicho dispositivo, en muchas ocasiones, puede generar vulnerabilidad en los menores. En este artículo se presenta una investigación cualitativa, en la que se ha realizado un análisis documental de las investigaciones nacionales e internacionales sobre la temática con la finalidad de identificar los riesgos a los que se enfrentan los menores cuando los progenitores utilizan el Smartphone en el contexto familiar. Los resultados destacan, entre las principales problemáticas los accidentes de tráfico, y la repercusión de la frecuencia de uso del dispositivo en las distracciones parentales y los efectos negativos  sobre las relaciones paterno-filiares.

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Biografia do Autor

Antonia Ramírez García, Universidad de Córdoba

Profesora Titular e Investigadora.

Departamento de Educación

Área MIDE (Métodos de Investigación y Diagnóstico en Educación)

Natalia Gonzalez Fernandez, Universidad de Cantabria

Profesora e Investigadora Contratada Doctora.

Departamento de Educación

Área MIDE (Métodos de Investigación y Diagnóstico en Educación)

Irina Salcines Talledo, Universidad de Cantabria

Profesora Ayudante e Investigadora Doctora.

Departamento de Educación

Área MIDE (Métodos de Investigación y Diagnóstico en Educación)

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RAMÍREZ GARCÍA, A.; GONZALEZ FERNANDEZ, N.; SALCINES TALLEDO, I. Vulnerabilidad infantil ante los smartphones: en busca de la competencia parental positiva. Lumina, v. 12, n. 1, p. 68-89, 30 abr. 2018.
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Dossiê: Competência midiática para a cidadania