关键词

社会经济水平,互联网,学业成绩,儿童,数学,语言

摘要

这项研究探讨了儿童使用互联网情况在家庭的社会经济水平与学业成就之间关系的预测作用,并分析了该作用在不同学科之间是否存在差异。我们使用了来自中国家庭追踪调查的数据,这些数据涉及儿童家庭的社会经济状况,儿童的互联网使用状况以及他们的学习成绩。 2014年有2686名参与者(女性1272名),2016年有2330名参与者(女性1069名),2018年有2485名参与者(女性1151名)。通过问卷我们测量了社会经济状况和互联网使用情况,并通过标准化考试衡量了学业成绩。我们的研究结果表明,家庭的社会经济状况与数学成绩成正相关,但和语文成绩则无显着相关。此外,互联网使用并未能预测2014年家庭社会经济状况与2016年数学成绩之间的关系,而2016年互联网使用频率在部分上预测了2016年家庭社会经济状况与2018年数学成就之间的关系。研究结果表明,互联网的使用只能预测家庭社会经济地位与数学成绩之间的关系,并且随着时间的推移,该作用会逐步增强。

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收到: 15-12-2020

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Ye, L., Xia, X., Jiang, P., Jiang, T., & Liu, Y. (2021). The effects of children’s Internet use: A Chinese longitudinal study. [Los efectos del uso de Internet por niños: Un estudio longitudinal en China]. Comunicar, 68, 97-105. https://doi.org/10.3916/C68-2021-08

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