Computer Addiction

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Mother Theresa School
General Trias, Cavite

“The effects of Computer Addiction to a student’s”

A partial Requirement
In
English IV

Presented to:
____________________
Presented by:
___Paolo Gil D. Mayuga__
Date:
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Table of Contents

Chapter I
* Background of the study
* Review of related Literature
* Significance of the Problem
* Scope and Delimitation
* Statement of the Problem
* Definition of Terms

Chapter II
* Research Design
* Sampling Procedure
* Instrumentation
* Data Collection

Chapter III
* Analysis and Conclusion

Chapter I

Background of the Study

Computer addiction, often considered a form of computer game addiction or Internet addiction, has more and more press over the years. The term computer addiction originated long before the Internet.

Significance of the Problem

Our life has gotten so used to having technology around us that we can’t imagine our lives without them. Parents usually buy computers for their children’s educational resources and research. But teenagers, who always seek fun activities around them, use computer for games, chat with friends, watching movies, and to catch up with the latest gossip on celebrities.

Statement of the Problems

Violent Computer graphic games such as Star Craft, War Craft or Special Force that are also connected with Internet make teenagers – especially boys – think aggressive towards the real world. They also spend most of their time figuring out another way to win the battle inside the computer, and think that it is worth spending time into a game.

Review of related Literature

Computer addiction is a loosely used term for the excessive use of computer to the extent that it interferes with daily life.

Definition of Terms

RPG (Role Playing Game) - Short for role playing game, it is a game genre where one or more players adopt a role and act it out in...
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