-Empirically explain social phenomenon/problems and factors that influence it
-Used in theory-testing and theory-building
(Thesis & academic research, NGOs, multi-lateral organizations)
-Data collected is used to determine the effects of policies and programs on recipients...
the patterns of social use of interpersonal communication technologies that can be discerned in today’s complex media environment, in which people have many channels available for interpersonal communication. The article starts with a comprehensive review of the comparative uses and gratification research...
FACEBOOK, ACADEMICPERFORMANCE, MULTITASKING AND SELF-ESTEEM
Tajana Ljubin Golub, Ph.D. Department for Educational Sciences, Faculty of Teacher Education University of Zagreb, Croatia Marina Miloloža Department for Educational Sciences, Faculty of Teacher Education University of Zagreb, Croatia
Smartphone use has been phenomenal. The CNN reports that 269.9 million Smartphones were purchased internationally in 2010 and that in 2011 a half a billion Smartphones may be purchased worldwide (Weintraub, 2010). Nielsen projects that Smartphones will become the majority of cell phones in use by the end...
Miss. Ujjal Sandhu Hemant kakkar
Roll No 94462236760
This is to certify that the project entitled “To Study the Consumer Preference Regarding Airtel and Vodafone” completed during the...
MobilePhones: It’s Effect in the AcademicPerformances of
The 3rd Year Laboratory High School Students
A RESEARCH PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO MRS. DEANNA C. REGNIM, FACULTY OF BICOL STATE COLLEGE APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-LABORATORY HIGH SCHOOL
Effects of MobilePhones on Studies
Hajvery University Lahore.
Mobilephones are rapidly growing technology all over the world. According to new United Nations report 60% of the world has mobilephones. People of any age using it for interaction...
Gendered, Bilingual Communication Practices: Mobile text-messaging among Hong Kong College Students
Faculty of Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Mobile text messaging—variously known as SMS (short message service), text messaging, mobile e-mail, or texting—has become a common means...
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Key factors of teenagers’ mobile
Jose Martı Parreno
Department of Marketing, Universidad Europea de Madrid,
Valencia, Spain, and
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The origins of the word "gadget" trace back to the 19th century. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, there is anecdotal evidence for the use of "gadget" as a placeholder name for a technical item whose precise name one can't remember since the 1850s; with Robert Brown's 1886 book Spunyarn...
NEW ERA UNIVERSITY
#9 Central Avenue, New Era, Quezon City
Gadgets Obsession and AcademicPerformance
Of High School Students
Submitted by :
Dizon, Mark Lean
Salvador, Angel G.
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
Gadget refers to...
change in the usage of cell phones.”(Oksman, Turtiainen, 2004).
Therefore, it is reasonable not only for youth but as well as for the prosperity of the country to conduct research on this group to measure the impact of cellular phones on education. Among young people, the mobile is perceived and used as...
texting is an act of sending short message with cell phone using Short Message Services (SMS).1 According to Steve Vosloo in his study about the effects of texting literacy: Modern Scourge or Opportunity? It is stated that texting refers to the use of abbreviations and other techniques to craft SMS and...
Impact of a MobilePhone Literacy Program on Educational Outcomes
Jenny C. Aker, Christopher Ksoll and Travis J. Lybbert
We report the results from a randomized evaluation of a mobilephone education program (Project ABC) in Niger, in which adult students learned how to usemobilephones as part...
LiteratureReview in Mobile
Technologies and Learning
Laura Naismith, Peter Lonsdale, Giasemi Vavoula, Mike Sharples
University of Birmingham
Mobile technologies are a familiar part of
the lives of most teachers and students
in the UK today. We take it for...
In point of fact, the number of Wi-Fi hotspots is growing at an extremely rapid rate and has expanded from its initial commercial focus to personal use and beyond (Walsh-Flaherty, 2007).
Wi-Fi or WiFi, is a mechanism that allows electronic devices to exchange data wirelessly over a computer network...
Cellular telephone or Mobile telephone commonly referred as mobilephone or cellphone is a long-range, portable electronic device that is used in mobile communication. In 1990’s, few messages were sent through SMS (Short Messaging Service)...
discoveries through technology is the Cellular Phone.
Cellular Phone is a device that can make and receive telephone calls over a radio link while moving around a wide geographic area. It does so by connecting to a cellular network provided by a mobilephone operator, allowing access to the public telephone...
IMPACT OF MOBILE PHONE’S USAGE ON STUDENT’S ACADEMIC PERFORMACE, SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP AND SAFETY.
Since the commercialization of cellular phones technology, the use of this communication device has rapidly increased. This technology was first introduced by Motorola in the early...