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Title: Cybernetic welness of the youth: Psychological aspect
Authors: Zinnatova, M. V.
Zeer, E. F.
Zavyalova, E. V.
Sorokin, V. A.
Yudina, M. S.
Зеер, Э. Ф.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: IJESE
Abstract: The ever more growing relevance of the issue under evaluation is explained by the wide expansion of digital technology that leads to the necessity to ensure cybernetic wellness of the population, especially the young. The goal of this article is to detect the psychological peculiarities of the Internet dependence of the youth. The leading approach to this issue is the empirical one (psychological evaluation); it allows detection of differences in socialization levels depending on severity of the Internet dependence among the students and the connection between the level of the Internet dependence and socialization for the young. The article analyzes the severity of the modern youth’s Internet dependence, describes the main criteria of the Internet addictions, forms of appearance and motives for development of addictive behavior among the young, stages of Internet addictions. This article may be used by the psychologists that perform psychological follow-up within the framework of psychocorrective, training and consulting jobs with students and the youth suffering of or damaged by Internet dependence, or fighting the consequences of Internet-addiction-based behavior. The article may also interest other specialists working with the young (teachers, social workers). © 2016 Zinnatova et al.
Keywords: CYBERNETIC WELLNESS
INTERNET ADDICTION
INTERNET DEPENDENCE
THE YOUTH
ISSN: 1306-3065
SCOPUS: https://www.scopus.com/record/display.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84994164585&origin=resultslist
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