Internet dependency, motivations for Internet use and their effect on work productivity: The 21st century addiction

@inproceedings{Hilts2008InternetDM,
  title={Internet dependency, motivations for Internet use and their effect on work productivity: The 21st century addiction},
  author={Megan L. Hilts},
  year={2008}
}
5 Introduction 6 Research Questions 7 Literature Review 9 Method 17 Results 19 Discussion 22 Future Research 25 References 28 Appendix A 31 Appendix B 35 Appendix C 36 The 21 Century Addiction 5 Abstract Past research has studied peoples’ addiction to the radio and television. Today some media scholars suggest that one can become addicted to or dependent on the Internet. The present study compares Internet use among college students and full-time employees to determine differences between those… CONTINUE READING

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