Figli “in vetrina”. Il fenomeno dello sharenting in un’indagine esplorativa

  title={Figli “in vetrina”. Il fenomeno dello sharenting in un’indagine esplorativa},
  author={da Pistoia or Cino and Silvia Demozzi},
This paper studies the issue of sharenting using exploratory research that examines how and why parents post material concerning their children on the Internet. After assessing a theoretical framework regarding the desire for visibility in the Western world, the results of an online survey conducted with a sample of 216 Italian mothers will be shown in order to explore the usage of Facebook groups for parents and of one’s personal Facebook page when it comes to parenting. Data suggest that… Expand


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