EL CRECIENTE USO DE LAS NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS EN ADULTOS MAYORES

Autores

  • Alejandro Klein UNIVERSIDAD DE GUANAJUATO MEXICO

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https://doi.org/10.22456/2316-2171.61313

Palavras-chave:

sociedad de la información, nuevas tecnologias, envejecimiento.

Resumo

Teniendo en cuenta que las computadoras se han vuelto sustantiva-
mente parte integral de la vida de los adultos mayores, el estudio del
uso de las mismas por esta población se está volviendo de forma
incrementada un sustancial campo de estudio. El objetivo del estudio
es una revisión bibliográfica para comprender mejor la relación de
las nuevas tecnologías con la población de adultos mayores. Una de
las consecuencias que se desprende es que para animar y facilitar
el uso de las nuevas tecnologias es necesario comprender cuáles
son las implicaciones de estas diferencias en el uso de las nuevas
tecnologías y las tradiciones culturales. La metodología utilizada
es de revisión bibliográfica en la que se ha dado énfasis tanto a la
evolución de las perspectivas académicas sobre el tema, como los
resultados obtenidos entre los años 1970 a 2016. Hay que señalar
que todas las investigaciones consultadas insisten en el papel cada
vez más protagónico de las nuevas tecnología de información en
la vida de la tercera edad, y que lejos de suponer que los mismos
tendrían un rechazo a las mismas, se percibe un uso operativo y
eficaz de las nuevas tecnologías.

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Biografia do Autor

Alejandro Klein, UNIVERSIDAD DE GUANAJUATO MEXICO

Licendiado en Psicologia ? Facultad de Psicologia ? Universidad de la República (Uruguay), Doctor en Servicio Social, por la Universidad Federal de Río de Janeiro- UFRJ- Brasil. Posdoctorado en la Pontificia Universidade Católica de Río de Janeiro/PUC/RJ. Profesor Investigador de la Universidad de Guanajuato-División de Ciencias Sociales, México (2010). Categoría: Titular A. Director del Departamento de Gestión Pública y Desarrollo (2012-2016). División de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades-Campus Leon- Universidad de Guanajuato.

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