Análisis de estudios sobre facebook® en computer and human behavior® (2010-2013)

Judit García Martín, Jesús Nicasio García Sánchez

Resumen


El propósito del presente estudio es describir las principales líneas de investigación psicoeducativas que se están llevando a cabo a nivel internacional en torno a Facebook® en una revista internacional de impacto, Computer and Human Behavior®. Para ello, se realiza un análisis de veinte artículos empíricos sobre la temática publicados en los últimos cuatro años en dicha revista. En esta línea, el presente estudio corrobora que la investigación sobre el uso y los efectos de Facebook® es extensa, detallada y rigurosa. Durante la realización de este estudio se recibieron ayudas competitivas del proyecto (EDU2010-19250/EDUC) del Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN, en la actualidad MINECO), para el trienio 2010-2013, concedido al Investigador Principal (J. N. García) así como una beca predoctoral de formación de personal investigador (FPI-MICINN) del mismo proyecto concedida a J. García-Martín para el cuatrienio (2011-2015).


Palabras clave


Redes sociales; herramientas 2.0; educación; psicología; facebook®

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