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Juan Diego García-Castro http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9662-6547

Rolando Perez Sanchez

Resumen

En el marco de la teoría del cultivo, la presente investigación estudia la asociación entre el consumo general de televisión, noticias televisivas y el miedo al crimen. El análisis  considera el transporte narrativo y la justificación del sistema como variables predictoras psicológicas; además, el sexo, el nivel de delincuencia en el área de residencia y la clasesocial como covariables sociales. Los participantes fueron 516 jóvenes costarricenses (M = 20.5 años, DE = 4.7). Se realizó un análisis de regresión jerárquica (stepwise). Los resultados indican que las personas que experimentaron más transporte narrativo, menos justificación del sistema, las mujeres y la clase social baja tienen mayores niveles de miedo al crimen. Se discuten los resultados a partir de la necesidad de ampliar lahipótesis de cultivo del miedo al crimen.

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Keywords

miedo al crimen, cultivo, transporte narrativo, justificación del sistema, clase social

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García-Castro, J., & Perez Sanchez, R. (2017). Miedo al crimen y efecto de cultivo. Predictores sociales y psicológicos. Universitas Psychologica, 17(3), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy17-3.fcce
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