Korean adolescent girls’ addictive use of mobile phones to maintain interpersonal solidarity

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Namho Chung
Cite this article:  Chung, N. (2011). Korean adolescent girls’ addictive use of mobile phones to maintain interpersonal solidarity. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 39(10), 1349-1358.


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In this study it was predicted that there would be a close relationship between the use of mobile phones and the maintenance of interpersonal solidarity. The relationship between the addictive use of mobile phones and the maintenance of interpersonal solidarity was empirically analyzed among 188 female adolescents. The results showed that those who have a greater tendency to be addicted sent numerous text messages from places such as schools, where the excessive use of mobile phones can be a problem; furthermore, this group used such behavior to maintain interpersonal solidarity. These findings suggest that it is important to try to understand the causes of adolescent girls’ use of mobile phones and to suggest alternatives to problematic behavior.

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