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Título : La irrupción de la pornografía en el proceso psíquico de niños a través de dispositivos tecnológicos
Autor : Varela Argaez, Yesica Liceth
metadata.dc.subject.*: Pornografía en Internet
Sexualidad infantil
Desarrollo psíquico
Internet y niños
Fecha de publicación : 2019
Editorial : Universidad de Antioquia
Citación : Varela Argaez, Y. L. (2019). La irrupción de la pornografía en el proceso psíquico de niños a través de dispositivos tecnológicos (Tesis de especialización). Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín.
Resumen : The present work arises from the desire to understand the effects that can be generated when pornography bursts into the psychic development of children, having as a background that sexuality is an inherent part of the human being and as a precedent the approach of Sigmund Freud (1914 / 1981), who in his work on child sexuality, this explains that, without a doubt, it permeates the subject's childhood, identifying its existence from the first days of life and not as an issue that arises in adolescence, recognizing the importance of sexuality in the psychic construction of the adult from the early stages of his life. The research has a qualitative approach, framed in a non-experimental model and oriented towards a type of documentary research. In this regard, Arias (2012) documentary research is a process that is based on the search, analysis, criticism and interpretation of secondary data, that is, those that are obtained, as well as recorded by different researchers in documentary sources; and as in any investigation, its purpose is to provide new knowledge. Regarding the design of the research is bibliographic, in this regard Hernández, Fernández and Baptista (2010) explain that the bibliographic research consists of: “the research carried out in the books, to systematically obtain and apprehend the knowledge contained therein (... ) is a careful and orderly description of the published published knowledge, followed by interpretation ”(p.8). From the above, it is stated that the study carried out is considered documentary, given that investigations conducted by third parties were analyzed to give rise to new information, as evidenced in the content and development of all the sections that make up. Based, in addition, on the review of the work of Sigmund Freud, as well as research and articles by various authors related to the subject studied. The present investigation is structured in three well-defined sections, the first corresponds to an introduction where the subject, the problem and the objectives that arise from the questions arising from the situation under analysis are addressed. Then, you have the body of the monograph, being in this where the proposed objectives are developed. Thus, taking into account the main concepts that psychoanalysis provides, and the current context of society, the theme of child sexuality is woven, especially focused on the incidence of the emergence of pornography in their lives, giving way to the theoretical approach . The first topic studied is achieved by retaking the elements offered by the psychoanalytic field in the construction of the concept of a child, orienting the issue towards the investigation of the historical construction of the term through history, the infantile tendency and the consolidation of the erogenous body. With these elements, it is possible to consolidate the understanding of the body of the child, identifying the passage of organic need to desire, generated by the contributions of mnemic marks in the child's first encounters with the other, initially represented in the mother, giving place to build the erogenous body through the pleasure experienced in the organism, leading the desire to a constant search aimed at repeating the pleasurable, from this the child has an innate curiosity that seeks to obtain pleasure. Then, returning to the Freudian conception based on infantile sexuality that fulfills a formative function of the self, an approximation of the characteristics of infantile sexuality, psychosexual development and the role of epistemophilic drive or drive of knowledge in the child is carried out. his search for recognition and to be looked at, endlessly facing the lack originated from the detachment of his primary objects and facing the condition of sexuality that is presented in his psychic training in response to his need to know. Consequently, the scope of the scopic drive is reviewed, through the recognition of the image from the loss in the organism, understanding the body as an image and relating the importance of looking and being watched strictly related to the irruption of understood pornography Like an excess Such excess leads to the revision of the concept of trauma, understanding that sexuality itself is then consolidated as trauma and exposure to this excess, in raising awareness of the contents of a child's psychic life, generates separation distress that It breaks the concept of happiness and ignores the particularity that they all have child sexuality but each one experiences it differently. From there, the consolidation of what is the image and the role of the internet as a mechanism of irruption in the sexuality of children through pornography. Finally, the final reflections are presented as conclusions, in which the findings are proposed in relation to the incidence of the emergence of pornography in children through the internet, in accordance with the research carried out, with psychology as reference the work of Sigmund Freud.
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