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Special Questionnaire: Internet Addictions:

Special Questionnaire: Internet Addictions Georgios Errikos Hlapanis

Contents:

Contents Purpose of Research Research questions Special Questionnaire about addictions/ how the research was conducted Analysis: Student’s profile Analysis according to each research question Presentation of some correlations Conclusions

Purpose of small scale research:

Purpose of small scale research Research will be done before and after each short term meeting (Austria, Norway, etc.) It will mainly serve as a tool for internal evaluation (have we met our goals?) It will also serve as an intellectual output that is beyond plagiarism and upgrades the quality of the results

Research questions:

Research questions 1st research question: Do students know what internet addiction is about? We will also check for awareness. 2nd research question: Have students experienced internet addiction? 3nd research question: Do students know what to do if they (or their friends) experience this?

Creation:

Creation

Link:

Link

Answers:

Answers

Number of daily answers:

Number of daily answers

Total Answers: 660:

Total Answers: 660

1.3 Gender:

1.3 Gender

1.6 How do you gain access?:

1.6 How do you gain access?

Synopsis of student’s profile:

Synopsis of student’s profile From all 5 countries, a few more from Greece and Norway Mostly 15-16 years old (51%), many (42%) a bit older 17-18 Girls 49%, boys 51% 91% use the internet daily or many times a day They mostly access the internet at home (80%) and anywhere (76%) 31% spend 1-2 hours, 43% 2-5 h, 18% over 5h

Correlations - Country:

Correlations - Country

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference between the expected and the counted values of the answers of students from different countries in question 1.4 about internet usage: Students from Norway and Sweden use the internet much more than average, more for students from Austria, average for Poland and less for Greece (X 2 =123 .996, df =12, p=.000)

Correlations:

Correlations

Correlations:

Correlations

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference between the expected and the counted values of the answers of students from different countries in question 1.5 about internet usage: It is much more for Norway and Sweden, average for Poland and Austria and less for Greece (X 2 =104 . 886 , df =12, p=.000)

No significant correlations about Gender:

No significant correlations about Gender

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1st research question: Do students know what internet addiction is about?

And a question for self awareness:

And a question for self awareness

Correlations – do they know?:

Correlations – do they know?

Correlations - awareness:

Correlations - awareness

Correlations - awareness:

Correlations - awareness

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2nd research question: Have students experienced internet addiction?

http://www.healthyplace.com/psychological-tests/internet-addiction-test/ :

http://www.healthyplace.com/psychological-tests/internet-addiction-test/

3.1 Lose sleep due to late logins:

3.1 Lose sleep due to late logins

No significant correlations about Age:

No significant correlations about Age No significant correlation was found between the independent variable age and the dependant variables related to the above mentioned questions (3.1-3.9) concerning internet addiction.

Correlations - Gender:

Correlations - Gender

Correlations - Gender:

Correlations - Gender

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference between girls and boys concerning the number of times they try to cut down internet usage and fail: It is more for girls than for boys (X 2 =18 . 284 , df =3, p=.000)

Correlations - Gender:

Correlations - Gender

Correlations - Gender:

Correlations - Gender

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference between girls and boys concerning the number of times they prefer internet usage than going out with friends: It is more for boys than for girls (X 2 =11 . 520 , df =3, p=.009)

Correlations - Gender:

Correlations - Gender

Correlations - Gender:

Correlations - Gender

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference between girls and boys concerning the number of times they try to hide their internet usage: It is more for girls than for boys (X 2 =14 . 288 , df =3, p=.003)

Correlations - Country:

Correlations - Country

Correlations - Country:

Correlations - Country

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference among students of different countries concerning the number of times they lose sleep because of their internet usage: It is more for Norway, Sweden and Greece and less for Austria and Poland (X 2 =39 . 338 , df =12, p=.003)

Correlations - Country:

Correlations - Country

Correlations - Country:

Correlations - Country

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference among students of different countries concerning the number of times they want to prolong their internet usage: It is more for Sweden and Poland, average for Norway and less for Greece and Austria (X 2 =39 . 338 , df =12, p=.003)

Correlations - Country:

Correlations - Country

Correlations - Country:

Correlations - Country

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference among students of different countries concerning their average score of their answers about matters of internet addiction: It is more for Sweden (1.66) and Poland (1.65), average for Greece (1.60) and Norway (1.59) and less for Austria (1.47) (2 . 277 , df =4, p=.021)

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3nd research question: Do students know what to do if they (or their friends) experience this?

No significant correlations about Age:

No significant correlations about Age No significant correlation was found between the independent variable age and the dependant variables related to question 4.1 concerning their choice of actions when someone has an internet addiction.

Correlations - Gender:

Correlations - Gender

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference between girls and boys concerning their choice of actions when they realize that someone is addicted: Girls choose more correct actions than boys (X 2 =19 . 141 , df =8, p=.014)

Correlations - Countries:

Correlations - Countries

Correlations - Countries:

Correlations - Countries

Interpretation:

Interpretation There is a significant difference among students from different countries concerning their choice of actions when they realize that someone is addicted: Students from Greece and Austria choose more correct actions, students from Norway choose less correct actions and students from Poland and Sweden choose somewhere in between (X 2 =114 . 119 , df =32, p=.000)

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