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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2004;25(1): 31-46.
아동의 인터넷 경험과 읽기 능력에 관한 연구
The Interrelatedness of Children`s Internet Experiences and Reading Abilities
Kwon Min Gyun
This study of 322 elementary school children examined the interrelatedness of internet preference, frequencies of internet activities, usage of children`s popular internet sites, knowledge of internet sites, and children`s reading abilities. Usage of children`s popular internet sites and knowledge of internet sites are interrelated with decoding and comprehension. Age, knowledge of internet sites, and sex predicted children`s reading abilities. The extent of exposure to various internet activities differentiated children`s reading comprehension. Results show that processes of reading text information and multimedia materials through the internet involve not only the skills of reading traditional printed texts but also new reading strategies.
Key Words: internet experiences, knowledge of internet sites, reading traditional printed texts, web literacy
주요어: 인터넷 활동, 인터넷 사이트에 대한 지식, 인쇄된 텍스트에 대한 전통적 읽기, 웹 문해
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