Que disent les études générationnelles sur l'impact du smartphone ? C'est ce qu'on va essayer de voir ensemble dans cette vidéo.
Pour me soutenir :
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Pour aller plus loin (toutes les ressources sont en anglais) :
- L'article de The Atlantic : https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/09/has-the-smartphone-destroyed-a-generation/534198/
- L'article sur Fortnite : https://char.gd/blog/2018/fortnite-is-the-new-hangout-spot
- Les articles sur les CEO de la Silicon Valley :
- L'article qui contredit Jean Twenge : https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/once-more-feeling/201708/no-smartphones-are-not-destroying-generation
- Une étude sur les smartphone : https://epi.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Social-Media_Mental-Health_EPI-Report.pdf
- L'étude de Nature : https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-018-0506-1
- Un article qui aide à comprendre le procédé des courbes qu'ils utilisent dans l'étude :https://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/run-all-the-models-dealing-with-data-analytic-flexibility
- Date sur homicides et suicides : https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/products/databriefs/db352.htm
Les infos sur l'étude que j'ai pas voulu mettre dans la vidéo :
Eighth-graders who spend 10 or more hours a week on social media are 56 percent more likely to say they’re unhappy than those who devote less time to social media. Admittedly, 10 hours a week is a lot. But those who spend six to nine hours a week on social media are still 47 percent more likely to say they are unhappy than those who use social media even less. The opposite is true of in-person interactions. Those who spend an above-average amount of time with their friends in person are 20 percent less likely to say they’re unhappy than those who hang out for a below-average amount of time.
Les études sur lesquelles s'est basée Jean Twenge :
- The Monitoring the Future (MtF) Survey of 8th, 10th, and 12th graders (administered by the Institute for Social
Research at the University of Michigan, and funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, part of the US Department
of Health and Human Services). The 12th-grade survey has been done every year since 1976, 8th and 10th grades since
1991. The total number of survey participants is approximately 1.4 million.
- The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) of 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders (administered by the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Every other year since 1991. Total number of survey participants is
- The American Freshman Survey of entering college students (administered by the Higher Education Research Institute
at UCLA and funded by the college campuses that participate). Every year since 1966. Total number of survey
participants is approximately 10 million.
- The General Social Survey (GSS) of adults 18 and over (administered by the National Opinion Research Center at the
University of Chicago and funded by the National Science Foundation). Every year or every other year since 1972. Total
number of survey participants is approximately 60,000.
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