Sharenting: Adicción a Internet, autocontrol y fotografías online de menores

Sharenting: Internet addiction, self-control and online photos of underage children

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Sharenting, exposición de los niños, privacidad en línea, ciberseguridad, competencia digital, adicción a Internet, autocontrol, conductas de riesgo

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El sharenting se está convirtiendo en una práctica habitual que pone en riesgo la seguridad y privacidad de los niños. Este fenómeno responde al acto de compartir imágenes de menores de edad en Internet por parte de los familiares. A su vez, los niveles de adicción a Internet son una problemática actual en las sociedades modernas que ha empezado a vincularse con tener un bajo autocontrol. El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar el grado de publicación de imágenes y los motivos para realizar sharenting por parte de la población adulta, determinar los factores sociodemográficos que influyen en el sharenting, la adicción a Internet y autocontrol y establecer las correlaciones generadas entre estas tres variables. Participaron en la encuesta en línea un total de 367 adultos españoles entre 18 y 61 años (M=28,98; SD=10,47). Los análisis de regresión múltiple y el modelado de ecuaciones estructurales revelaron que: 1) La edad se alza como un predictor de la adicción a Internet; 2) La edad, género y situación laboral son predictores de un bajo autocontrol; 3) No se hallaron factores sociodemográficos que sean predictores del sharenting; 4) La única correlación significativa se estableció entre la adicción a Internet y el autocontrol. Finalmente, se discuten las implicaciones prácticas de este trabajo sobre la protección del menor y la necesidad de formación que tienen los adultos sobre seguridad en Internet.

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Recibido: 13-12-2019

Revisado: 26-01-2020

Aceptado: 10-03-2020

Preprint: 15-04-2020

Fecha publicación: 01-07-2020

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Hinojo-Lucena, F., Aznar-Díaz, I., Cáceres-Reche, M., Trujillo-Torres, J., & Romero-Rodríguez, J. (2020). Sharenting: Internet addiction, self-control and online photos of underage children. [Sharenting: Adicción a Internet, autocontrol y fotografías online de menores]. Comunicar, 64, 97-108. https://doi.org/10.3916/C64-2020-09

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