Author(s): Ömer ÇALI?KAN Fatih ÖZBAY
Societies are passing through a very fast period of transformation and change due to developing technology. Despite the fact that they make the life easier, they bring along many problems. Dependencies generated from the uncontrolled use of technology, especially the addiction of internet or social media, appear before us as a pathological phenomenon mainly as part of dependencies like the change of moral and cultural values. In this study, interaction of adolescent candidates, who are depended on technology intensive life, with the developing technology in the period defined as post-industrial society by Daniel Bell and which is also lately defined in the literature as digital age is scrutinized. A quantitative field research is conducted to analyse aforementioned problems. A statistical study was carried out in Düzce city centre among the chosen sample of 7th grade students and various data were obtained and interpreted in line with the hypothesis of the thesis.
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