Francisco García-García e-mail(Login required) , María Jesús Rosado-Millán e-mail(Login required)

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Francisco García-García e-mail(Login required)
María Jesús Rosado-Millán e-mail(Login required)

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The research focuses on the study of the perception that digital natives and young people have about their behavior and social relations in the Web 2.0. The research is based on the assumption that the way teens and young adults use the Internet through the Open Digital Content Services, it’s transforming its social relationships as they are open, active, comprehensive, immediate, and scarcely controllable by other social agents (family, educational or institutional). The universe is made up of youth and adolescents, digital natives and digital immigrants of both sexes aged between 14 and 35 years old grouped into the following groups: 14-16; 17-24; 25-35 years old. The findings are interesting. Among them is that social relationships through ICT is seen as less personal, less intimate, less committed and less honest than face to face relations.

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Socio-communicative behaviors, digital natives, digital immigrants, youth, social relations, Web 2.0

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