Predicción del Trolling desde el sadismo y la adicción a Internet en jóvenes adultos de Buenos Aires

  • Pablo Christian González Caino Universidad Argentina de la Empresa, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas de Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2387-5777
  • Santiago Resett Universidad Argentina de la Empresa, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas de Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7337-0617
Palabras clave: Trolling, predicción, sadismo, Internet, uso

Resumen

Introducción: El trolling es un fenómeno de gran actualidad, pero mucho menos estudiado a diferencia de otras problemáticas relacionadas con las nuevas tecnologías. El presente estudio evaluó los niveles de trolling en adultos a partir del sadismo y la adicción a internet. Método: Para este fin, se constituyó una muestra intencional de 708 adultos, de ambos géneros (56% mujeres, edadM = 25 años DE = 8.7), de Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires (CABA) y Gran Buenos Aires (GBA), Argentina. Los participantes contestaron el Cuestionario de trolling de Buckels et al., de Tendencias Sádicas de Paulhus et al., de Adicción a Internet de Lam-Figueroa et al. y un cuestionario demográfico. Los datos indicaban que tanto el sadismo vicario, el sadismo directo y la disfuncionalidad en el uso de Internet eran predictores del trolling. Resultados: Los resultados sugerían asociación del trolling con la edad y diferencias según el género. Un modelo estructural para predecir el trolling a partir del sadismo como variable latente y la adicción a internet mostraron un ajuste adecuado CFI = .99, TLI = .98, RMSEA = .04, indicando que el sadismo predecía el trolling y la adicción a internet. Conclusión: El sadismo es un predictor importante para la conducta de Trolling a través de internet, donde los individuos con estas características aprovechan el anonimato para realizar sus conductas agresivas.

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2020-12-10
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González Caino, P., & Resett, S. (2020). Predicción del Trolling desde el sadismo y la adicción a Internet en jóvenes adultos de Buenos Aires. Interacciones, 6(3), e178. https://doi.org/10.24016/2020.v6n3.178
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