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Effect of Screen Time on Human Social Behavior
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Thesis 1
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Abstract
Nowadays we spend lots of time in technologies like tab, mobile phone. The more we are
getting used to this technology the less time we are spending with family and society. As a
consequence we become isolated by using frequent technical devices.
The intention of this thesis is to determine the use of anti smartphone addiction in cell
phone and reduce the screen time to increase the social connectivity.
With this growing usage of smartphones is really challenging phenomena become very
apparent: People nowadays are shifting their normal lifestyle and turn into addicted to
diverse services that those smart phone or electronic devices offer us. In this thesis we
present some screen loc apps as app detox:
AppDetox means it will help us to cool of our mobile apps usage, and acquire the
digital detox to reduce the time we spend in these devices. We are capable to put our own
rules for our apps to detox from a number of intense usages and stop procrastinating on
social media and other things on internet. We explain here our exploitation of the apps and
present the preliminary findings gained through observation of about 1,00 users of the
application in few universities. We discover that people are rather careful when limiting
their app usage, and that mostly they restrain use of social networking as well messaging
apps
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Table of Contents
Abstract...................................................................................................................................2
Table of Contents....................................................................................................................3
List of Figures.........................................................................................................................5
List of Tables...........................................................................................................................6
Chapter 1
Background.............................................................................................................................7
Chapter 2
Literature Review....................................................................................................................8
2.1Introduction....................................................................................................................8
2.2Social , Corporate and Family life effected by this screen time...................................17
2.3Historical Context.........................................................................................................18
2.4General Information and Statistical Evidence..............................................................19
2.5Theoretical Framework ...............................................................................................20
2.6Thesis Objectives..........................................................................................................21
2.7Related Works..............................................................................................................22
2.8Thesis Problem.............................................................................................................23
2.9Thesis Question............................................................................................................24
2.10 Screen lock app..........................................................................................................24
2.11Screen time by Gender...............................................................................................26
Chapter 3
Methodology.........................................................................................................................28
3.1Test of Variables ..........................................................................................................29
3.1.1Descriptive Summary of Variables........................................................................29
3.2OLS Regression analysis..............................................................................................29
3.3Diagnostic Test of the Models......................................................................................30
3.3.1Multicollinearity Check.........................................................................................30
3.3.2Heteroskedasticity Check......................................................................................30
3.4Monte Carlo Algorithm ...............................................................................................31
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3.5Other details..................................................................................................................32
4Experiments.....................................................................................................................33
3.5.1University...............................................................................................................34
3.5.2Student...................................................................................................................34
3.5.3Data Collection .....................................................................................................34
3.5.4Data Collection Demo for 5 students.....................................................................35
3.5.5Data analysis ???....................................................................................................39
5.Result ????......................................................................................................................39
5.1. Presentation of results ????........................................................................................39
5.2.Limitation ????............................................................................................................39
5.3.Discussion????............................................................................................................39
References.............................................................................................................................41
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List of Figures
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List of Tables
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Chapter 1
Background
This thesis focuses on the issue of people spending their time on tab or mobile or other
electronic devices and the influence of on individuals and society, as well as the connecting
reasons, with the specific attention on the role of screen time. Screen time does not mean only
the amount of time people spend in front of the computer or tab or other electronic device, we
label it is the combined volume of time people are spending on smart phones, computers and
multitasking with different devices.
For example, how much time the young people losing from their social life? How is it shifting
their normal life? How students absorb and how they interconnect with the society? How can
we measure it is excessive?
Rideout, Foehr, and Roberts (2010) from Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation carried out a
detailed research from 1999 to 2010 with nearly 2,000 issues that parents stated an average of
nearly seven hours of the screen time every day students who are between 13-16 years,
whereas the average 10-18 years old is expected to spend 7-8 hours per day holding their eyes
with screens. Beside the time people spend in different media, they also highlighted in one
segment in this their screen time with multitasking abilities. Their result was considerable in
viewing the rising of social media or internet usage in the social life of youth and the total
screen time they really spend (Rideout et al., 2010).
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Chapter 2
Literature Review
2.1 Introduction
As people succumb to the addiction of social media and spending more screen time, there a
new medium has been introduced, to reduce the screen time the anti smartphone applications -
smartphone apps claim to assist us to resolve smartphone addiction. Though, the apps are
tricky as they spot to a inadequate understanding of smartphone obsession; the simplicity of
these apps appears conflicting to the difficulties of smartphone addiction. Furthermore, the
anti smartphone addiction app entails a problematical paradox; resolve the smartphone
addiction via smartphone.
As a result the thesis involves with the output of using the smartphone addiction apps-
OffTime and Flipd- tried to reveal how these app frame people’s screen time, on the context
of people’s social life. We can’t consider them as neutral as they are the product of human
decision-making. These are underpinned by hypothesis, discourses and norms which are
already circulating in society (Lupton 2014).
1. Identify the use of current technical tools where the members of our society spend every
day time and the influence on the social aspects
According to the view of Hale and Guan (2015) there are various methods and
techniques which are used by most of the people in their free time period. It can be analysed
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