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Cidadania digital, educação para a cidadania, competência midiática, pensamento crítico, igualdade de gênero, jovens.

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O cenário de datificação do atual ecossistema comunicativo coloca desafios à alfabetização midiática e digital, especialmente no que diz respeito à participação e compromisso cívico e democrático entre a população jovem. Neste artigo abordamos essa questão a partir da noção de cidadania digital com o objetivo de estudar a lacuna digital de gênero em termos de habilidades ?competências e conhecimentos? e a possibilidade de aproveitá-las para promover uma educação cívica baseada na igualdade de gênero no mundo digital. Para isso, através de uma pesquisa com uma amostra representativa de 600 jovens ?entre 16 e 18 anos? na Espanha, observamos o nível de habilidades digitais por meio de três variáveis: habilidades técnicas, habilidades de informação e conhecimento crítico. Os resultados da análise descritiva, por meio de porcentagens, médias e desvios-padrão; e a análise bivariada entre essas variáveis e a variável gênero por meio de testes T de significância, mostram que, embora haja relativa igualdade de condições entre homens e mulheres em termos de habilidades técnicas e informacionais digitais com leve predominância de mulheres, os homens afirmam ter mais conhecimento crítico. A partir daí, discutimos a necessidade de considerar as contribuições das teorias feministas no campo tecnológico para desenvolver propostas educativas em habilidades digitais que promovam a cidadania digital ativa a partir da igualdade de gênero.

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