Middle School Students Online Information Searching Strategies According to Internet Parenting Styles

Mehmet UYSAL, Ünal ÇAKIROĞLU, Mehmet Barış HORZUM

Abstract


The purpose of this research is to determine the student’s online information searching strategies according to internet parenting styles. Cross-sectional survey method was employed
in the research. Data were collected from 242 fifth and sixth graders who were studying in two different schools in Istanbul, by using “Online Information Searching Strategies Inventory”
and “Internet Parenting Styles Scale”. Kruskal Wallis H and Mann Whitney U tests were used to analyze the data. Analyzes showed that student’s online information searching strategies
differed significantly according to internet parenting styles. Students whose parents were identified as “democratic”, scored higher both in total and in behavioral, procedural, and
metacognitive factors compared to students whose parents were identified as “permissive”, “laissez faire”, or “authoritarian”.

Keywords


internet aile tutumu; çevrimiçi bilgi arama; bilgi arama stratejileri; ortaokul öğrencileri

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