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      Análisis factorial de un modelo de socialización y confianza en la dependencia de Internet en estudiantes de secundaria Translated title: Factor Analysis of a Model of Socialization and Trust in Internet Dependency among Junior High School

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          Resumen El estudio evalúa la validez y confiabilidad de un modelo estructural restringido en el que confluyen los factores de socialización en línea, confianza y dependencia de Internet en jóvenes de secundaria. La finalidad práctica es explicar la coherencia y pertinencia de los factores que integran el modelo teórico por medio de un análisis de regresiones múltiples y de correlaciones. La muestra la constituyen 4,563 jóvenes de secundarias públicas en México. El análisis factorial reveló que los factores de socialización en línea y confianza afectan directa e indirectamente al factor de dependencia de Internet en los adolescentes, ajustándose de este modo al modelo teórico planteado. Los resultados de las pruebas de las correlaciones mostraron una validez convergente y coeficientes estructurales altos y significativos. Los resultados presentados indican que existe una dependencia de Internet en los jóvenes de secundaria que deviene de sus procesos de sociabilidad, no sólo con sus pares y familiares, sino también con personas desconocidas -como se expone en el modelo probado.

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          Abstract This study evaluates the validity and reliability of a restricted structural model that brings together factors relating to online socialization, trust, and Internet dependency in junior high students. Its practical purpose is to explain the coherence and relevance of factors in the theoretical model by way of a multiple regression and correlation analysis. The sample was made up of 4,563 students from public junior high schools in Mexico. The factor analysis revealed that factors relating to online socialization and trust have a direct and indirect impact on Internet dependency in adolescents, which is consistent with the theoretical model proposed. The correlation tests showed convergent validity and high and significant structural coefficients. The results indicate that junior high students exhibit Internet dependency resulting from sociability processes not just with their peers and family, but also strangers, as presented in the model tested.

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              This study was designed to determine whether the personal and interpersonal difficulties that characterize victimized children are antecedents of victimization, consequences of victimization, or both. Boys and girls in the 3rd through 7th grades (N = 173, mean age = 11.3 years) were assessed on victimization, personal variables (internalizing problems, externalizing problems, and physical strength), and interpersonal variables (number of friends and peer rejection). One year later children were assessed again on all variables. Internalizing problems, physical weakness, and peer rejection contributed uniquely to gains in victimization over time. Moreover, initial victimization predicted increases in later internalizing symptoms and peer rejection. These reciprocal influences suggest the existence of a vicious cycle that supports the strong temporal stability of peer victimization.
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                Journal
                redie
                Revista electrónica de investigación educativa
                REDIE
                Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Instituto de Investigación y Desarrollo Educativo (Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico )
                1607-4041
                2019
                : 21
                : e25
                Affiliations
                [1] orgnameUniversidad de Sonora Mexico renecazarez@ 123456gmail.com
                Article
                S1607-40412019000100125 S1607-4041(19)02100000125
                10.24320/redie.2019.21.e25.2112
                c89d6bd1-dd70-47cb-8047-dd79c18dd2b4

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

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                : 24 October 2017
                : 31 July 2017
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                secundaria,junior high school,dependencia,Communication,Internet,social media,redes sociales,Comunicación,dependence

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