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:: Volume 2, Issue 8 (Winter 2021) ::
Child Rights 2021, 2(8): 81-102 Back to browse issues page
Children, Teenagers and Cyberspace: The Impact of Internet Dependence on Intergenerational Rupture
Maryam Sha’ban , Seyed Mohammad Hosseini
Islamic Azad University, Bandar Abbas Branch, Bandar Abbas, Iran.
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The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between internet dependence and intergenerational rupture in high school girls; for this purpose, 300 female high school students were selected by random cluster sampling from schools in the sixth district of Tehran. The research method was quantitative with a survey research design. "Internet Dependence" and "Parent-Child Relationship Scale" questionnaires were used to collect data. Statistical analysis of this study was performed using Pearson correlation coefficient. The results showed that there is a significant and inverse relationship between internet dependence and parent-child relationship in high school girls. As the Internet dependence increases in this sample, the father-child relationship and the mother-child relationship decrease. In addition, among the components of the father-child relationship, paternal relationship and paternal intimacy, and among the components of the mother-child relationship, positive maternal affection and maternal relationship, there is a significant correlation with internet dependence at the level (P <0.05).

Please cite this article as: Sha’ban M, Hosseini M. Children, Teenagers and Cyberspace: The Impact of Internet Dependence on Intergenerational Rupture. Child Rights J 2020; 2(8): 81-102.
Keywords: Cyberspace, Parent-child Relationship, Intergenerational Rupture
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2020/08/15 | Accepted: 2020/12/25
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Sha’ban M, Hosseini S M. Children, Teenagers and Cyberspace: The Impact of Internet Dependence on Intergenerational Rupture. Child Rights 2021; 2 (8) :81-102
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