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Analysis in gênery, education and technology in the preferences and perception of adolescents accessing the Internet

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KeywordsTriple Keywords
Ontology
Being
Attention
Flow (Psychology)
Concentration (Psychology)
Beauty
Aesthetics
Beautiful, The
Esthetics
Taste (Aesthetics)
Worth
Values
Axiology
Social structure
Social organization
Organization, Social
Schooling
Instruction
Education of children
Human resource development
Children--Education
Students--Education
Youth--Education
Education
Pedagogy
Education, Primitive

Abstract

In the correlation analysis of Internet intensive use in computers, notebooks, tablets, cellular, it was found that there was no significant link between intensive use of the Internet and being male or female. Meanwhile, in the responses on content access, there was a significant difference between the gêners. In general, he drew attention to the fact that teenage women get more about beauty and less about technology at frequencies of values that are proportionally inverse to male ones. At the same time, they have more access to the Internet to study. On the reading of Bourdieu, we try to explain this difference, although it was not possible to point out the path taken by adolescents to arrive at preferences on the basis of the available data. However, when asked who deals best with technologies, the expression of opinions was contradictory in view of perceptions of bias. There was an indication of negative female self-perceptions in these responses that could explain the flight of women from the science and technology field. Ultimately, there are avenues for educators and researchers to think about this reproduction of a social structure, based on gênery, manifested in the choices of those who use the internet.

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