Parents Et ‘‘Broutage’’ À Abidjan

Mathieu A. Akadje, Casimir Zady, Josselin W. Azi


Numerical revolution has created a new form of delinquency. The cyber-criminality, known as internet «browsing », has become a real criminal activity for some young men. The family, as the first cell for socialization and the melting pot for all social behaviors, seems to be more appropriate to know the parents’ perception of «browsing ». The objective of this study is to understand, know, and explain the attitude and the behavior of the parents concerning «browsing ». Through a ground research and the qualitative and quantitative method, the study reveals parents negative perception concerning «browsing » with Yopougon. To reduce the practice of «browsing » , it is compulsory to involve and engage parents in the campaign of sensitization.

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European Scientific Journal (ESJ)


ISSN: 1857 - 7881 (Print)
ISSN: 1857 - 7431 (Online)



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