Acceso a Internet en Adolescentes mexicanos: ENSANUT 2012 y 2016, estudio comparativo

Alejandro Ruiz Bernés, Salvador Ruiz Bernés, Aurelio Flores García, Hernán Leo Rodríguez González


Actualmente existe un incremento en el acceso a Internet entre adolescentes, misma que ha disminuido la brecha digital en México comparado con otros países desarrollados, impactando en una mejora en la inclusión social. Se consultaron las bases de datos generadas por la Encuesta Nacional de Salud y Nutrición 2012 y 2016 para analizar las variables: acceso a Internet, posesión y uso de computadora o laptop y celular. El estudio es no experimental, transversal descriptivo. Se analizaron 28239 registros de hogares en que habitan adolescentes. Al comparar los estratos de adolescentes entre 2012 y 2016 resultaron con menor acceso a Internet, posesión y uso de computadora o laptop y celular.

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