西班牙家庭环境中的在线父母调解策略

关键词

互联网,调解,策略,行为,家庭,未成年人,父母,干预

摘要

本文探讨了西班牙的在线父母调解策略,以及社会人口统计学因素和家庭背景因素如何与之相关。文章介绍了2018年底对西班牙2900名9至17岁的互联网未成年人用户进行的问卷调查的结果。考虑到未成年人的社会人口统计学因素(年龄和性别),我们计算了在互联网使用上不同的父母调解策略的影响。通过统计分析程序SPSS进行的关联分析,研究还探讨了在家庭环境中未成年人所感知的不同策略的影响和家庭支持与行为准则之间的关系。在西班牙家庭中,调解和限制性调解策略非常普遍,而技术性调解策略的参与度非常有限。值得注意的是,限制和安全策略更多应用于女孩而不是男孩。与未成年人行为有关的家庭规则与几乎所有策略的影响呈正相关,但是,男孩和女孩所感知的家庭支持和父母对其采用的限制性和技术性策略之间没有显着关联。

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Martínez, G., Casado, M., & Garitaonandia, C. (2020). Online parental mediation strategies in family contexts of Spain. [Estrategias online de mediación parental en contextos familiares de España]. Comunicar, 65, 67-76. https://doi.org/10.3916/C65-2020-06

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