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. 2021; 12(3): 1795-1801


AN ANALYSIS OF INTERNET, NOVEL TECHNOLOGY ADDICTION AMONG ADOLESCENTS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH EFFECT

Sanjeev Kumar, Dr Anupam Manhas.

Abstract
The study's goal was to investigate the link between problematic internet usage and psychological well-being in adolescents. Technology advancements and the widespread use of the internet have made our communication experience more convenient and fashionable in recent years, but a decade ago, such a means of communication did not exist. The Internet has not made our communication experience any easier, but it has brought about many changes in our lives. People have begun to spend the majority of their time online. Low-cost internet connections in the nation, as well as the ease with which cellphones can be used, have made many hooked to it. The internet has become ingrained in our daily lives. It has resulted in a rise in the number of users due to benefits such as quick communication, easy access to information, cheap cost, and minimal geographical restrictions. Furthermore, contemporary technologies such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops have resulted in a plethora of new and creative ways to use the internet. The majority of individuals have been hooked to social networking, online gaming, and other forms of online entertainment as a result of the Internet. With the ease of access to the internet and its widespread usage, there has emerged an issue of internet addiction among adolescents. Depression, clinical illness, anxiety, procrastination, and other issues have all been linked to internet addiction. The purpose of this research paper is to look at the degree of internet addiction among teenagers. Secondary data analysis and a large number of research articles published in this field have clearly demonstrated that the country's young are mildly or moderately hooked.

Key words: Internet addiction, Internet Accessibility, Low cost Internet Services, Adolescents



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