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Flipbook on Internet Addiction for Queens FILM 206 by Cleo Valentine

Flipbook on Internet Addiction for Queens FILM 206 by Cleo Valentine

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  • 1. INTERNET ADDICTION N.d. Rentalytix BY CLEOVALENTINE
  • 2. N.d. Forbes. Web. 21 May 2014. <http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacobmorgan/2014/05/13/simple-explanation-internet-things-that-anyone-can-understand/>. ASTHE NATURE OFTHE INTERNET CHANGES, ADAPTS AND GROWS, ITS ROLE IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES DOES ALSO…
  • 3. NOW,THE INTERNET HAS BECOME A CORNERSTONE OF DAYTO DAY LIFE, ACTING AS A SOCIAL MEDIATOR,A HOUSEHOLD UTILITY,AND AN ENTERTAINMENT HUB N.d. Home Guardians
  • 4. ASTHE ROLE OFTHE INTERNET BECOMES MORE DEEPLY ENGRAINED INTO OUR DAILY ROUTINES, INTERNET ADDICTIONS HAVE BECOME MORE AND MORE COMMON N.d. Telegraph
  • 5. INTERNET ADDICTION DISORDER (IAD) IS A MEDICALLY RECOGNIZED IMPULSE CONTROL DISORDER REGARDING ONES INTERNET USAGE HABITS AND ISVERY SIMILARTO PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING N.d. WBEZ
  • 6. ALTHOUGHTHERE ARE MANYTYPES, SEVERITIES, AND NATURES OF INTERNET ADDICTIONS, THEY ARE GENERALLY CLASSIFIED INTO SIX DIFFERENT CATEGORIES… N.d. The Parent Cue
  • 7. Online Shopping INTERNET ADDICTIONTYPES Gambling Social Media Cyber Sexual/ Porn General Surfing Gaming N.d. Http://www.visiblebanking.com/firstdirect-conducts-socialmedia-experiment-40-twitter-facebook-addicts-9694/ N.d. Tech Addiction. Web. 21 May 2014. <http://www.techaddiction.ca/gambling-addiction-signs-symptoms.html>. N.d. Phych Alive N.d. PGI BLOG
  • 8. OVER 1 IN 8 AMERICANS EXHIBIT INTERNET BEHAVIOUR THAT INTERFERES WITHTHEIR DAILY LIVES AND RELATIONSHIPS
  • 9. FOUND IT HARDTO STAY OFFLINE FOR MORETHAN SEVERAL DAYS AT ATIME STAYED ONLINE LONGERTHAN INTENDEDVERY OFTEN OR OFTEN 13.7% 12.4%
  • 10. 12.3% FELTTHE NEEDTO CUT BACK ON INTERNET USE 8.7% FELTTHE NEEDTO CONCEAL NONESSENTIAL INTERNET USE FROM FRIENDS AND EMPLOYERS
  • 11. 8.2% USEDTHE INTERNET AS A WAYTO ESCAPE PROBLEMS OR REVERSE NEGATIVE MOODS 5.9% FELTTHEIR RELATIONSHIP SUFFERED BECAUSE OF EXCESSIVE INTERNET USE
  • 12. WHO SUFFERS FROM INTERNET ADDICTION? 0 20 40 60 80 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 64+
  • 13. ALTHOUGH INTERNET ADDITIONS EFFECT PEOPLE OF ALL AGES, MILLENNIALS HAVE ENTERED A JOB MARKETTHAT IS COMPLETELY SATURATED WITH TECHNOLOGY, MAKING INTERNET ADDICTIONS EVEN MORE COMMON N.d. Gizmodo
  • 14. NEARLY 40 % OF MILLENNIAL'S FEEL OVERWHELMED BYTHE AMOUNT OFTECHNOLOGY THEY ARE CONSTANTLY SUBJECTEDTO ONTHE JOB N.d. Alliance Interiors. Web. 21 May 2014. <http://www.allianceinteriors.ca/millennials-changing-office-life-ready/>.
  • 15. 41 % OF MILLENNIALS SAIDTHEY HAVE BEEN THEVICTIMS OF “INFORMATION OVERLOAD.” N.d. Intercept Group. Web. 21 May 2014. <http://interceptgroup.com/just-how-loyal-are-millennial-generation-y-consumers/>.
  • 16. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF INTERNET ADDICTION INCLUDE: 1. YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY COMPLETING DAILYTASKS DUETOYOUR INTERNET USE 2. YOU LOSETRACK OFYOURTIME ONLINE 3. YOU GET DEFENSIVE ABOUTYOUR INTERNET USE 4. YOU DERIVE A SENSE OF EUPHORIA FROM USINGTHE INTERNET 5. YOU ISOLATEYOURSELF FROM FRIENDS AND FAMILY DUETOYOUR INTERNET USAGE N.d. ABC News N.d. All Things Depression
  • 17. ! JUST LIKE ALCOHOL OR DRUG ADDICTS, INTERNET ADDICTS SUFFER FROM FINANCIAL,ACADEMIC, OCCUPATIONAL AND FAMILY PROBLEMS N.d. California Examiner
  • 18. “THEY MAY GET INTO REPEATED ARGUMENTS REGARDINGTHEIR ONLINE USE,WHICH CANTEAR DOWN ANY STABLE RELATIONSHIPS THEY HAD BEEN ABLETO MAINTAIN” - PROJECT KNOW REPRESENTATIVE N.d. AMERSOL
  • 19. CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF THESE ADDICTIONS INCLUDE, MOOD SWINGS, FEAR, LONELINESS, IRRITABILITY, BOREDOM AND LOW SELF ESTEEM.N.d. Getty Images
  • 20. IN MANY CASESTHESE FEELING LEADTO SEVERE ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION N.d. ND Magazine
  • 21. THE CONSEQUENCES OF INTERNET ADDICTIONS CAN RANGE FROM MISSING OUT ON MOMENTS AND EXPERIENCES IN AN ATTEMPT TOTRY AND SHARETHEM VIRTUALLY… N.d. RUKKUS. Web. 21 May 2014. <http://rukkus.com/>.
  • 22. TO MORE SEVERE CONSEQUENCES SUCH AS JOB LOSS DECLINE IN ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE MARITAL PROBLEMS SOCIAL ISOLATION DEBT ACCUMULATION FINANCIAL INSTABILITY HEALTH PROBLEMS RELATEDTO SEDENTARY LIFESTYLES N.d. Tax Resource
  • 23. WHILE SEVERELY ADDICTED USERS MAY NEEDTO SEEK HELP FROM PROFESSIONALS, MODERATELY FREQUENT USERS CAN BENEFIT FROM IMPOSING SELF REGULATED RESTRAINTS AROUNDTHEIR INTERNET USE
  • 24. OUR DESIRETO CAPTURE, SHARE, POST, REBLOG ANDTWEET PERSONAL MOMENTS ARE DIMINISHINGTHE JOY WE DERIVE FROM EACH MOMENT SO PUT DOWNTHE PHONE, STEP AWAY FROMTHE COMPUTER AND ENJOYYOUR LIFEN.d. Camping Sites In Britain
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