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Introduction: Extreme dependence on any device can damage a person.The purpose of this study was to survey the degree of mobile and Internet dependence with social alienation of students of Azad University of Gonabad.
Methods: It is a survey type and in terms of purpose and in terms of research method, correlation. The statistical population of the study consisted of all undergraduate students of Gonabad Islamic Azad University, 700 students that 250 of them were randomly selected as the samples by random sampling by Cochran formula. Data were collected through Social Alienation Questionnaire and Mobile and Internet Affiliation Questionnaire. SPSS-22 software was used in the descriptive part of the study, the descriptive and inferential data obtained from the statistical sample were analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient and regression and t-test independent variables.
Results: The results of the research showed that there was a relationship between the degree of Internet and mobile affiliation with social alienation among university students. Also, there was a relationship between the degree of Internet and mobile affiliation with the amount of feeling powerless, anomalous, senseless, social isolation, hatred there was a cultural and self-hatred relationship among the students.
Cinclusion: Proper, reasonable training can teach students how to use the mobile and the Internet properly to prevent them from using intensively attachment to these tools, and to reduce potential damages.
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