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The peculiarities of student activity on the Internet: experience of destructive communication and safety issues

Larionova Anastasiya Vyacheslavovna

PhD in Psychology

Docent, the department of Genetic and Clinical Psychology, National Research Tomsk State University; Docent, the dpartment of Philosophy and Sociology, Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics

634050, Russia, Tomskaya oblast', g. Tomsk, ul. Lenina, 40

vktusur@mail.ru
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Gorchakova Olesya Yur'evna

Senior Educator, the department of Organizational Psychology, National Research Tomsk State Univeristy

634050, Russia, Tomskaya oblast', g. Tomsk, pr. Lenina, 36

avendus@mail.ru
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Fakhretdinova Aleksandra Pavlovna

PhD in Pedagogy

Docent, the department of English Language for Faculties of Natural Sciences, Physics and Mathematics, National Research Tomsk State University  

634050, Russia, Tomskaya oblast', g. Tomsk, ul. Pr. Lenina, 36

maltsevaal@yandex.ru
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DOI:

10.25136/2409-7144.2021.3.35227

Review date:

08-03-2021


Publish date:

15-03-2021


Abstract: The subject of this research is the peculiarities of destructive communication of youth in the Internet environment. The authors examine the emergence of new social practices and forms of activity within the information digital space, which are characterized by destructive content and pose a threat to the safety of young people. The goal is to explore the most common forms of student activity in the Internet environment, experience of network destructive communication and its negative impact upon safe online interaction (communication) of students. The article employs qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection (focus group and questionnaire); 443 students of Tomsk universities were engaged in the survey. The author reviews most popular forms of youth on the Internet, as well as determines the peculiarities of students’ representations on the safe networking. The students highlight the following key factors of safe communication on the Internet are: the topic of communication, personality of the opponents, behavioral patterns, and freedom of self-expression. Majority of students have experience with destructive communication on the Internet; however, they do not seek to use the effective strategies to protect themselves from its negative influence. The prevailing strategies are ignoring and observing. The author takes the political content as one an example of most provocative destructive practices of online interaction.


Keywords: social networks, student youth, information, content, security, Internet, communication, cyber aggression, destructive communication, political activity
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