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Internet Addiction among Secondary School Students in Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia

  title={Internet Addiction among Secondary School Students in Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia},
  author={H. Hanisshya and Z. M. Lukman and R. Normala and C. Azlini and M. Y. Kamal},
Internet usage which proliferated rapidly has made the millennials, especially students, become more addicted to it. This is a perturbative topic that needed to be tackled. Hence, a study is conducted involving secondary school students in Pasir Mas, Kelantan in order to observe the level of internet dependency among them. A total of 352 students from the age of 13 until 19 years old are selected as respondents. This study uses descriptive analysis by reporting the results of the study in the… 

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