Crianças, telas digitais e família: práticas de mediação dos pais e gênero

Palavras-chave: mediação parental, Argentina, telas digitais, crianças

Resumo

Este artigo tem como objetivo explorar as características de gênero da parentalidade digital e da mediação parental através de um estudo qualitativo desenvolvido com famílias e crianças na Argentina. Recentemente, diversas tipologias foram elaboradas para entender melhor a mediação dos pais em relação às telas digitais. Estudos quantitativos correlacionaram diferentes estilos de mediação parental com variáveis sociodemográficas e também avaliaram a sua eficácia na prevenção de vários riscos online. Neste artigo, usamos dados qualitativos de um estudo que recorreu à técnica de tecnobiografias para construir uma abordagem aprofundada das práticas e representações das crianças com várias vozes envolvidas (pais, professores, autoridades da escola). Como mostramos, diferentes tipos de mediação parental estão associados a mães ou pais, seguindo ideologias e estereótipos de gênero mais amplos. Através de dados provenientes de famílias diferentes, construímos a hipótese de que existe uma divisão de gênero na parentalidade digital.

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2020-06-29
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Duek, C., & Moguillansky, M. (2020). Crianças, telas digitais e família: práticas de mediação dos pais e gênero. Comunicação E Sociedade, 37, 55-70. https://doi.org/10.17231/comsoc.37(2020).2407