Redes sociales, autoeficacia academica y bienestar en adolescentes de la zona Maya de Yucatan
Social networks, academic self-efficacy, and perception of wellbeing in Mayan adolescents in Mexico.

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Pedro Antonio Sánchez Escobedo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0564-3502

Mariel Alejandra Gómez-Rivero https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5928-1455

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The relationship between the use of social networks and the students´ academic self-efficacy and perception of wellbeing is explorer in adolescents from the Mayan zone of the Yucatán, Mexico. Three instruments exploring these variables were administered to 1013 students form 7th and 9th grades.   Access to social network in these adolescents seem to be like those in the cities, suggesting some equity in these two contexts. Results evidences no significant relationships between the variables, expect from the logical significant relationship between high self-efficacy and better school grades.  Women scored higher in every dimension of wellbeing and reported higher expectations for college entrance than men. Nine graders scored lower both in self efficacy and perceptions of wellbeing, maybe because to developmental issues associated to adolescence. This higher perception of wellbeing in rural women deserves further considerations in view of commonly held beliefs that women in rural context are in vulnerability and disadvantage in comparison to men.

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