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Midias digitais, infância, pré-escolar, tempo em frente a telas, tablets, computadores, televisão

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Este artigo desenvolve ideias e gera novas linhas de pesquisa sobre as vidas digitais de crianças na China e na Austrália, em diálogo com as conclusões de estudos nacionais sobre o uso das mídias digitais por parte de crianças em ambientes urbanos na China e na Austrália. O trabalho gira em torno do mundo digital de crianças nos dois países, sendo analisado o impacto do contexto em âmbitos sociais e culturais significativamente diferentes. O estudo abrange uma amostra de 1.171 crianças entre 3 e 7 anos de idade, de seis províncias chinesas, apresentando a frequência do uso de televisão e de dispositivos digitais na educação infantil, computadores, tablets e smartphones, reprodutores de música, e-books e videogames. Também são enfocadas diversas atividades como assistir a desenhos animados, usar aplicativos educativos, jogar videogames e participar de videochamadas. Os métodos incluíram um processo de amostragem multi-etapas, com a seleção aleatória de pré-escolas, um processo de amostragem ponderada, a geração de dados descritivos e o uso da análise de regressão linear e de um teste de qui-quadrado. O estudo demonstra a importância da gama de fatores que influenciam na quantidade de tempo que as crianças passam com as mídias digitais. O contraste com os estudos australianos produz novos conhecimentos e gera novas perguntas de pesquisa.

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Recebido: 06-02-2018

Revisado: 03-04-2018

Aceite: 03-05-2018

First Online: 15-07-2018

Data de publicação: 01-10-2018

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Gou, H., & Dezuanni, M. (2018). Towards understanding young children’s digital lives in China and Australia. [Hacia la comprensión de las vidas digitales de los niños en China y Australia]. Comunicar, 57, 81-90. https://doi.org/10.3916/C57-2018-08

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