Log On Back To Life
Log On Back To Life
Sağlığım (My Health)
A modern phenomenon that has been recorded in recent years is internet addiction Disorder (IAD). Internet addiction is described as an impulse control disorder, which does not involve the use of an intoxicating drug and is very similar to pathological gambling. Some Internet users may develop an emotional attachment to online friends and activities they create on their computer screens. Similar to other addictions, those suffering from Internet addiction use the virtual fantasy world to connect with real people through the Internet, as a substitution for real-life human connection, which they are unable to achieve normally.
Internet addiction has become of the main problems that European secondary school students are facing so our community has to deal with the source of the problem and its impacts. There is a tentative need to investigate the phenomenon and its impacts on all partners’ countries.
The proposed project will cover a number of gaps concerning the phenomenon of addiction to the internet and will detect others that will arise from the social research of the project and form the recording of the phenomenon. The project anticipates contributing to the scientific approach to the diagnosis of the factors that lead to addiction and help in the development of policies that will lead to prevention and treatment of the phenomenon in all its aspects, as they have emerged from the scientific research so far.
Through the activities of the project, participating organizations, especially those involved with education will have the opportunity to study in depth the phenomenon of students’ addiction to the use of the Internet and its impact.
Erasmus+ Programme – Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership for School Education
- Yaşar Üniversitesi – Turkey
- ANAPTIXIAKO KENTRO THESSALIAS – Greece
- Inspectoratul scolar judetean Iasi – Romania
- UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO – Italy
- Dipnot Derneği – Turkey
Institutional Project Coordinator
Güldan Kalem, Academic Research Processes Chief, EU Center