Аналіз залежності та використання смартфонів серед студентів із проблемами навчання: дослідження Саудівської Аравії
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смартфон
смартфонозалежність
труднощі в навчанні
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Аланазі, М. С. . (2023). Аналіз залежності та використання смартфонів серед студентів із проблемами навчання: дослідження Саудівської Аравії. Український Педагогічний журнал, (2), 19–29. https://doi.org/10.32405/2411-1317-2023-2-19-29

Анотація

Сьогодні мобільні телефони та смартфони є повсюдним явищем серед молоді. Завдяки всім зручним функціям, які надають мобільні телефони, їх використання різко зросло в останні роки. У результаті цього з’явилося поняття смартфонозалежності. Смартфонна залеж- ність, імпульсивний стан, спричинений надмірним і неконтрольованим використанням мобіль- них телефонів, часто вважається однією з найактуальніших проблем 21 століття.
Мета цього дослідження полягає в тому, щоб вивчити поширеність залежності від смарт- фонів серед студентів із труднощами у навчанні та чинники, що сприяють цьому, включаючи, але не обмежуючись такими, як стать, тривалість щоденного використання, частоту контролю, кількість облікових записів у соціальних мережах та цільове використання.
Вибірку дослідження склали 366 учнів. Для збору даних для цього дослідження використо- вували Шкалу залежності від смартфона та Форму особистої інформації. Для аналізу даних було використано тести Крускала-Уолліса та U-критерій Манна Уітні.
У процесі дослідження було з’ясовано, що існують помітні відмінності в ступенях залеж- ності від смартфонів серед студентів залежно від статі, часу щоденного використання, частоти контролю та цільового використання.

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