Narcisismo e a Internet: Revisão Integrativa de Literatura / Narcissism and the Internet: Integrative Literature Review

Autores

  • David Costa Monteiro
  • Fabio Ytoshi Shibao
  • Mario Roberto dos Santos

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34140/bjbv4n3-002

Palavras-chave:

Internet, Narcisismo, Psicanálise, Redes sociais.

Resumo

A internet tem se mostrado como um meio de se fazer contatos múltiplos, sejam eles pessoais ou profissionais. Embora o uso das mídias sociais não seja problemático, um pequeno número de usuários parece se envolver nas mídias sociais excessivamente e / ou compulsivamente, isto é, vício pelo uso. Alguns traços de personalidade, tal como narcisismo entre outros, são conhecidos por prever comportamentos anômalos, portanto é importante entender como essas características se relacionam com os comportamentos online. O objetivo foi verificar na literatura recente como está sendo avaliada a relação narcisismo e internet. Foram realizadas pesquisas na base de dados ScienceDirect utilizando-se as palavras “narcissism and the internet”. Foram encontrados 26 artigos e selecionados 21. Entre os artigos avaliados, treze abordaram diretamente o tema narcisismo; três, abordaram o narcisismo entre os usuários do Facebook; cinco, mencionaram narcisismo somente como um dos aspectos da pesquisa ou do comportamento sem avaliarem diretamente e três, abordaram os temas sexting, comportamento e selfie. O que se pode inferir é que não há uma opinião formada sobre se o uso da internet impacta as relações sociais, mas alguns pesquisadores sugeriram que mídia social tem o potencial de unir a aprendizagem formal e informal e compartilhar novas informações e conhecimentos pode beneficiar os estudantes e melhorar suas vidas no campus.

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