Internet abuse: addiction? disorder? symptom? alternative explanations?

@inproceedings{MorahanMartin2005InternetAA,
  title={Internet abuse: addiction? disorder? symptom? alternative explanations?},
  author={Janet Morahan-Martin},
  year={2005}
}
As Internet use has proliferated worldwide, there has been debate whether some users develop disturbed patterns of Internet use (i.e., Internet abuse). This article highlights relevant literature on Internet abuse and computer-mediated communication effects that supports and disputes major questions about Internet abuse. Is the addiction paradigm appropriate for Internet use? Is behavior that has been labeled Internet abuse symptomatic of other problems such as depression, sexual disorders, or… CONTINUE READING

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