Internet usage among Arab adolescents: Preliminary findings
Source of Publication
International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management
In this study, we take an exploratory approach to examine the internet usage among Arabic youth, and its impact on their identity development. Seventy four students from two universities in the UAE, one public and the other private, participated in the survey and structured interviews. We found that internet usage patterns were diverse with five main activities (searching, emailing, chatting, entertainment, and online discussions) accounting for 75% of internet usage. Furthermore, a signification positive impact on self-perception of young Arabic students in the Middle East was observed. Copyright © 2012 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Adolescent, Internet usage, Middle East, Self-perception
Shen, Kathy Ning and Shakir, Maha, "Internet usage among Arab adolescents: Preliminary findings" (2012). All Works. 2082.
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