Analysis of the Causes of Excessive Use of Mobile Electronic Devices by Disadvantaged Children and Educational Interventions

Conference: The European Conference on Education (ECE2022)
Title: Analysis of the Causes of Excessive Use of Mobile Electronic Devices by Disadvantaged Children and Educational Interventions
Stream: Education, Sustainability & Society: Social Justice, Development & Political Movements
Presentation Type: Virtual Poster Presentation
Authors:
Hongjing Wang, Jiangsu Normal University, China
Zhidan Wang, Jiangsu Normal University, China

Abstract:

Nowadays, children in different family situations can basically have equal access to online educational resources. While they have access to richer educational resources, new development dilemmas they have to face. Most previous studies have found that excessive use of mobile electronic devices has a negative impact on children, and such negative effects are more pronounced for disadvantaged children. Therefore, this study is committed to analyzing the reasons for the excessive use of mobile electronic devices by disadvantaged children, and through the comparative analysis of the educational methods, attitudes and their own behaviors of two types of parents on the use of electronic devices by young children in their lives, the misunderstandings of disadvantaged families in mobile electronic device education are summarized. A total of 3104 questionnaires and 39 interview texts were collected to quantitatively and qualitatively explore the reasons for the excessive use of mobile electronic devices by disadvantaged children: 1) children raised by parents had the lowest degree of use of mobile electronic devices; 2) the more time parents spent with their children, the lower the use of mobile electronic devices in children; 3) the intervention strategies of parents had a mediating effect on the use of mobile electronic devices by children in different family situations; and 4) parents in different situations had cognitive differences in mobile electronic devices 5) Parents in disadvantaged families are more likely to produce bad role models and have difficulty implementing educational strategies.




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