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社交网络,师生关系,大学生,老师,互动,沟通,自我披露,隐私

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大学生大多数人积极使用社交网络(SNS)。但是关于对社交网络里师生关系的研究很少。本研究的目的是调查大学生对社交网络中与老师互动的看法。因此,我们使用了一种探索性混合方法设计。通过访谈从21名学生中收集了定性数据,并通过问卷调查从土耳其19所大学中的1324人中获得了定量数据。分析数据中我们应用了内容分析,描述性分析和主成分分析。第一个有助于对问卷问题的设定。主成分分析产生了四个维度:感受到的效用,感受到的障碍,被认为是有利和不利的教师行为。最突出的发现是学生主要反对老师分享他们的政治和宗教观点。但是,他们支持老师分享其相关个人生活信息。尽管有些学生对师生网络互动,尤其是他们之间的尊重程度持有疑问,但大多数学生对师生友谊持积极态度。这些表明,在社交网络中成为朋友会增加学生学习的动力。

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Turan, Z., Durdu, L., & Goktas, Y. (2020). To-friend or not-to-friend with teachers on SNSs: University students' perspectives. [Ser o no ser amigos de los profesores en redes sociales: Las perspectivas de los estudiantes universitarios]. Comunicar, 63, 87-96. https://doi.org/10.3916/C63-2020-08

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