Grooming online, sexting y problemas emocionales en adolescentes argentinos

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https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v15i1.2397

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grooming, sexting, problemas emocionales, género, edad

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El grooming online hacia niños y adolescentes es una problemática de suma gravedad. El objetivo de esta investigación fue medir los niveles de grooming online padecido y si el género, la edad, el sexting y los problemas emocionales eran predictores de dicha conducta. Se constituyó una muestra intencional de 727 adolescentes entre 12 y 16 años (59% mujeres) de dos escuelas privadas de la ciudad de Paraná, Argentina. Se detectó un 20% de casos de grooming, con 17% recibiendo solicitaciones por parte de adultos y un 12% de interacciones con adultos. Más varones que mujeres sufrían de grooming –aunque marginalmente- e interacciones. También a mayor edad de los adolescentes se incrementaba linealmente el grooming, las solicitaciones e interacciones. Se observó que se predecía una varianza del 23% para el grooming, de 22% para solicitudes y 23% para interacciones, con la edad, la depresión y el sexting como los predictores significativos. Los resultados indicarían que esta problemática presenta porcentajes alarmantes en dicha población.

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2021-03-08

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Resett, S. . (2021). Grooming online, sexting y problemas emocionales en adolescentes argentinos. Ciencias Psicológicas, 15(1), e-2397. https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v15i1.2397

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