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Preditores do uso do Facebook pelos adolescentes: Contributos de um estudo exploratório

Paulo César Dias, José António Garcia del Castillo, Álvaro Garcia del Castillo-López



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15517/ap.v31i123.27450

Resumen


A generalização do uso das redes sociais online, tem trazido oportunidades e constrangimentos ao mesmo tempo – ou até mais depressa – que a investigação e o conhecimento sobre este tópico. Neste trabalho, pretendemos explorar o papel de variáveis pessoais e psicossociais no uso do Facebook, recorrendo a um conjunto de questionários de autorrelato junto de uma amostra de 386 adolescentes. Os resultados obtidos permitem verificar diferenças na utilização em função do género, uma relação positiva com a idade, a autorregulação e autoestima, sendo a interação com pares da sua rede de contactos offline o mais forte preditor para o uso das redes sociais. Estes dados sugerem o papel desta ferramenta como um meio para manter o contacto com os pares

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Facebook; Adolescentes; Autoestima; Autorregulação

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