The Relationship between Mobile Phone Dependence and Alienation of College Students
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Weixia Liu, Yanfang Zhu
To explore the relationship between mobile phone dependence and alienation of college students. A total of 348 college students were measured with the mobile phone addiction tendency scale and the adolescent alienation scale. The results showed that: (1) There were significant differences between different levels of mobile phone dependence and alienation. The high-dependence Group has higher alienation than the low-dependence Group. (2) The four dimensions of dependence had significant positive predictive effects on alienation. (3) There were noteworthy differences in the avoidance scores between different genders, and women were more likely to escape than men. There were prominent differences in withdrawal and avoidance between different grades of college students. Junior college students scored lower in both dimensions than other grades. And art majors scored significantly lower in avoidance than other majors.
Mobile phone dependence; Alienation; College students