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.07.002 Charlton , J. P. , & Danforth , I. D. W. ( 2010 ). Validating the distinction between computer addiction and engagement: Online game playing and personality . Behaviour & Information Technology

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. , & Sanford , C. ( 2009 ). The intention–behaviour gap in technology usage: The moderating role of attitude strength . Behaviour & Information Technology, 28 ( 4 ), 389 – 401 . doi: 10.1080/01449290802121230 10

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, networks constitute a new social morphology in society, where dominant functions and processes are increasingly organized around networks. New information technologies provide the material basis for its pervasive expansion throughout the entire social

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(27 journals) African Journal of Library Archives and Information Science Australian Library Journal College & Research Libraries Electronic Library Information Technology and Libraries Interlending & Document Supply International Information & Library

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. D. ( 2010 ). Validating the distinction between computer addiction and engagement: Online game playing and personality . Behaviour & Information Technology, 29 ( 6 ), 601 – 613 . 10

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& Information Technology, 28 ( 5 ), 485 – 490 . doi: 10.1080/01449290701485801 10.1080/01449290701485801 Johansson , A. , & Götestam , K

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of Statistics (ABS) . ( 2011 ). Census of population and housing . Canberra : Australian Bureau of Statistics . Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) . ( 2016 ). 8146.0 – household use of information

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.07.002 Charlton , J. P. , & Danforth , I. D. W. ( 2010 ). Validating the distinction between computer addiction and engagement: Online game playing and personality . Behaviour & Information Technology

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), 19 – 32 . 10.1556/2059.02.2018.02 ten Brummelhuis , A. , & Kuiper , E . ( 2008 ). Driving forces for ICT in learning . In J. Voogt , & G. Knezek (Eds.), International handbook of information technology in primary and secondary education

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Introduction The rapid growth in communication and information technologies has made it increasingly easier to access Internet worldwide. In 2017, approximately 3.77 billion people of the world’s population accessed the

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