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  • Pupils’ Perceptions of the Importance of Mobile Phones in Their Lives

    Author: Mihaela Cvek
    Institution: Primary School Rogatec
    Author: Mateja Pšunder
    Institution: University of Maribor
    Year of publication: 2021
    Source: Show
    Pages: 13-24
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.21.66.4.01
    PDF: tner/202104/tner6601.pdf

    Studies show that mobile phones are an important part of youth lifestyle and culture. In establishing this, it is important to know how youth themselves perceive the importance of mobile phones in their life. Our research was based on a sample of 6th and 9th graders from Slovenia (n = 820). The data was collected using a questionnaire. The study showed that the most common reason for using mobile phones is to communicate with other pupils and the reason for having a mobile phone is to be connected with others. Moreover, various feelings and fears connected to mobile phone use are experienced by pupils. The study also revealed some possible dangers of MPs use by pupils. Based on the results, it is necessary to raise pupils’ awareness of the safe, moderate and critical use of mobile phones in their everyday life.

  • Smartpone Addictive Behaviour in Adolescents

    Author: Miriam Niklová
    Institution: Matej Bel University
    Author: Karina Zošáková
    Institution: Matej Bel University
    Author: Michal Novocký
    Institution: Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice
    Year of publication: 2020
    Source: Show
    Pages: 24-33
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.20.62.4.02
    PDF: tner/202004/tner6202.pdf

    The aim of the contribution was to map the degree of smartphone addiction in adolescents by means of The Smartphone Addiction Scale (SAS-SV) short version designed by Kwon et al. (2013). The construct validity of the research tool was established by exploratory factor analysis. A unidimentional solution appeared suitable to work with. The internal consistency of the scale was determined by Cronbach’s alpha (0.831). 519 respondents aged 12 to 25 years (AM = 19.41; SD = 3.83) participated in the research. A statistically significant difference was confirmed in the degree of adolescents’ smartphone addiction by gender in favour of women, and by age, at which respondents got their first smartphones, in favour of those who got their smartphone at a younger age. The effect size of differences was weak. No statistically significant difference showed in the degree of smartphone addiction by school type attended by adolescents.

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