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Title: Youths' posting practices on social media for digital storytelling
Author: Rubio Hurtado, María José
Fuertes i Alpiste, Marc
Martínez Olmo, Francesc
Quintana, Jordi
Keywords: Xarxes socials en línia
Alfabetització informacional
Joves internautes
Narrativa digital
Online social networks
Information literacy
Internet and teenagers
Digital storytelling
Issue Date: 15-Jan-2022
Publisher: Universitat d'Alacant
Abstract: Most young people spend time online every day in order to access social networks, where not only do they consume, but also produce content. The posting of content ends up reflecting a personal story in which young people recognize themselves. This posting practice requires competences that can be developed in digital literacy related educational activities. Our research is aimed at understanding the posting habits of young people with the goal of integrating these practices in formal educational contexts. For this purpose, we have qualitatively analyzed the interviews of 21 young people. The results show different posting habits, as well as the motivating factors, perceptions and types of content posted by young people on social networks. An interpretative analysis of the results shows the possibilities of working on the storytelling experiences of young people on social networks from the perspective of the Personal Digital Storytelling educational methodology.
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It is part of: Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research, 2022, vol. 11, num. 1, p. 97-113
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ISSN: 2254-7339
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