Year 2020, Volume 2020 , Issue 50, Pages 56 - 73 2020-07-28

Dijital Ebeveynlik ve Mobil Uygulamalar: Dijital Ebeveynlerin Mobil Uygulama Kullanım Pratiklerinin İncelenmesi

Derya GÜL ÜNLÜ [1]


Günümüzde bireyler, tıpkı diğer ihtiyaçları için olduğu gibi, ebeveynlik rollerine ilişkin ihtiyaçları doğrultusunda da dijital ortamın olanaklarından faydalanmaktadır. Söz konusu dijital iletişim ortamlarının en önemli ve işlevsel olanlarının başında ise, kullanıcılarına çok sayıda farklı konuda içerik sunan mobil uygulamalar gelmektedir. Mobil uygulamaların anında, çevrimdışı, ücretsiz olarak kullanılabilmesi ve doğrudan ebeveynlere yönelik içeriği sayesinde, anne ve babalar deneyimledikleri ebeveynlik sürecinin farklı dönemlerine ilişkin bilgi edinebilmekte ve böylelikle günlük pratiklerini kolaylaştırabilmektedirler. Ebeveynlerin mobil uygulama kullanım eğilimlerini odağına alan bu çalışma kapsamında, mevcut literatür ve çeşitli mobil uygulama örnekleri üzerinden gerçekleştirilecek literatür taraması aracılığıyla, dijital ebeveynlerin mobil uygulama kullanım pratiklerinin ele alınması ve ebeveynlerin mobil uygulama kullanımlarına ilişkin güncel tartışmaların sınıflandırılması amaçlanmaktadır. Ayrıca söz konusu çalışmanın, gelişen ve yaygınlaşan dijital iletişim teknolojileriyle birlikte, anne ve babaların günlük ebeveynlik pratiklerinin dönüşümünün anlaşılmasına da katkı sağlayacağı düşünülmektedir.
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Primary Language tr
Subjects Communication
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-3936-7988
Author: Derya GÜL ÜNLÜ (Primary Author)
Institution: ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION
Country: Turkey


Dates

Application Date : May 17, 2020
Acceptance Date : July 21, 2020
Publication Date : July 28, 2020

APA Gül Ünlü, D . (2020). Dijital Ebeveynlik ve Mobil Uygulamalar: Dijital Ebeveynlerin Mobil Uygulama Kullanım Pratiklerinin İncelenmesi . İletişim Kuram ve Araştırma Dergisi , 2020 (50) , 56-73 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ikad/issue/56157/738818