Dijital Bağımlılık ile Mücadelede Sosyal Bilişimin Rolü

  title={Dijital Bağımlılık ile Mücadelede Sosyal Bilişimin Rolü},
  author={Esra Kahya {\"O}zyirmidokuz and Betül Akpınar Karakaş},
Title The Role of Social Informatics in the Fight against Digital Addiction Abstract Digital addiction, a danger that software system users on the social networks have faced in recent years, is something that should be directed by system designers and administrators. In order to control this danger and thus to change the user behaviors, it is necessary to update the system by analyzing the feedback of the users in real time. The aim of this research is to discover the role and effect of… Expand
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