Vida digital

relações entre jovens e tecnologias

Autores

  • Enrickson Varsori Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade - Universidade do Minho
  • Sara Pereira Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade - Universidade do Minho

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/1807-9288.2020v16n2p113

Palavras-chave:

tecnologias, tempo de ecrã, jovens, estudantes

Resumo

A adesão às tecnologias é cada vez mais perceptível no quotidiano. De acordo com o Global Report 2020, o índice de penetração da Internet já ultrapassa os 60% ao redor do globo, e as médias de consumo de Internet já excedem às 6 horas diárias (KEMP, 2020). Tal aumento do consumo digital afeta diretamente as diversas atividades que compõem o dia a dia, principalmente no que refere às camadas juvenis, que passam mais tempo em frente aos ecrãs (KEMP, 2020). A literatura disponibilizada sobre as faixas geracionais mais novas revela que o acesso às diferentes tecnologias de hiperconexão influenciam de forma permanente o desenvolvimento saudável, nomeadamente pelo facto de a exposição ser continua e multissensorial (BLUM-ROSS; LIVINGSTONE, 2018; BUCKINGHAM, 2015), além das questões sobre identidade e saúde mental (CAROLUS et al., 2018; MATIN et al., 2017; PAULUS et al., 2019). A partir do levantamento de pesquisas científicas recentes, caracterizou-se as relações dos jovens (dos 4-25 anos) e o uso prolixo das tecnologias. Através da Revisão Sistemática da Literatura foram pré-selecionados 188 artigos científicos através da Plataforma SCOPUS, no período temporal entre 2007 a 2020. Neste sentido, foram examinados os métodos aplicados, as variáveis do estudo, tipo de amostra, país do estudo e resultados obtidos. Tal análise destaca os contributos científicos partilhados nos últimos treze anos, fornecendo pistas sobre o que foi efetivamente estudado e quais os caminhos que seguem na temática das sociabilidades juvenis e uso das tecnologias.

Biografia do Autor

Enrickson Varsori, Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade - Universidade do Minho

Possui licenciatura em Comunicação Social: Jornalismo pela Universidade Estadual de Londrina (2012) e mestrado em Comunicação Multimídia: Audiovisual Digital pela Universidade de Aveiro (2016). Doutorando em Ciências da Comunicação pela Universidade do Minho.

Sara Pereira, Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade - Universidade do Minho

Doutorada em Estudos da Criança, em 2004, na Universidade do Minho, Sara Pereira é Professora Associada e Diretora do Departamento de Ciências da Comunicação do Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade do Minho.

É, atualmente, Diretora de Departamento.

Desenvolve investigação sobre audiências, comunicação e cidadania e literacia para os media, que são igualmente as suas áreas de docência. Pertence à Sopcom, onde coordena o GT (Grupo de Trabalho) de Comunicação e Educação, bem como à IAMCR e ECREA.

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2020-12-22