Binge watching TV - Research Report

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[Shortened Title up to 50 Characters]21.TOPIC: - Binge watching TV2.INTRODUCTIONBinge watching TV is basically a new phenomenon which is a practice where anindividual watching several programs continuously while sitting at one place. This widespread ofbinge-watching practice generate a concern about the psychological health of people who areinvolve in such practices due its associated negative outcome (Jenner, 2017). The potentialaddictiveness of binge watching TV and its impact over population becomes the major point ofconcern for the wider community. For understanding this a critical review performed over thearticles presented by Riddle et. al. (2017) for analyzing the reliability as well as validity ofresearch and to use findings as an accurate predictor of traits or addictive symptoms of peopleinvolved in practice of binge watching3.SUMMARYThe article of Binge watching provides information regarding personality trait ofimpulsivity, symptoms of addictiveness and unintentional binge watching. The binge watchinghas become a way through which majority of viewer enjoys TV shows. As per the views ofsocietal phenomenon, investigation has been performed over this issue which brings severalfactors of concern regarding viewer's physical as well as mental health(Flayelle, Maurage, andBillieux, 2017). This includes long term issues such as obesity, heart disease etc. The binge-watching is seen in a broader context within the modern age where continuously more addictiveand sophisticated technologies are introducing in market that contribute to new sort of consumerbehavior pattern that involves several harmful overuse (Walton-Pattison, Dombrowski andPresseau, 2018). For this study Two hypothesis for investigation has been presented among them
[Shortened Title up to 50 Characters]3hypothesis 1 is about determining whether the impulsivity is related with the frequency of Bingewatching and to present positive correlation with unintentional binge watching with theintentional. This hypothesis will support in predicting the addictive symptom which are the maincause behind the frequency of TV binge watching among people(Starcevic, 2016). On the otherside the second Hypothesis is about clarifying and predicting the unintentional binging thatresults into higher intensity of people's addiction symptoms so that the relationship between theimpulsive and addictive symptoms.The major strength of this study is that it supports in determining the majorconsequences that a person may face who get addicted with Binge watching practices as it notonly affect the mental health but physical health as well. It also represents the basic importanceof intentionality along with the most common moderator of binge watching behavior andaddictive symptoms (Rubenking and et. al., 2018).In addition to this study also includes severaleffect that repeated unintentional binge watching have such as in certain conditions those peoplethat are high in impulsive personality trait get engaged in unintentional binge watchingthroughout their academic semesters which also influence their performance as students won't beable to control their mind. On the other side in case of intentional binge watching it becomeeasier for a people to get away from such practices when they want as they are less addictive tothis.On the other side, the major weakness of this study that is mentioned by theresearcher, that individuals may refuse to admit that unintentional binging and because of this thestudy might indeed identify that intentional binging is more common which further results intofuture researcher might employ larger number of methods for determining the accurate outcome(Riddle, K. and et. al., 2017, November 20). In addition to this several other mediums such as
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