Estrategias de mediación parental en España: factores predictores para los diversos tipos de estrategias

Maialen Garmendia Larrañaga, Miguel Ángel Casado Del Río, Gemma Martinez

Resumen


El modo en el que los menores se relacionan con internet está sujeto a la influencia de muchos factores, la mediación parental aparece como uno de los más importantes. Diversos trabajos han mostrado las consecuencias de diferentes tipos de mediación para la relación del menor con las nuevas tecnologías. A partir de los datos de la encuesta EU Kids Online en España, este artículo muestra la implementación de los diversos tipos de estrategias de mediación parental y explora la influencia de tres factores –conocimiento de internet, nivel educativo y nivel socioeconómico– en el tipo de mediación aplicada por los padres.


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