İnternet Bağımlılığı Çerçevesinden Kumar ve Oyun Bileşenleri Üzerine Bir Yazın Taraması

Dijital teknolojinin dünyamızı sarıp sarmaladığı günümüzde, bağımlılık düzeyi de gittikçe farklılaşmakta ve genişlemektedir. Bu bağımlılık türlerinden biri de internet ve onunla hayat bulan bileşenleridir. Özellikle gençler arasında yayılan internetin yanlış ve bağımlılık oluşturacak şekilde aşırı derecede kullanılması, bu durumun geniş çevreler tarafından davranışsal bağımlılıklardan biri olarak kabul edilmesine neden olmuştur. Yukarıda belirtmeye çalıştığımız unsurlar dâhilinde bu çalışma ile internet ve onun bileşenleri olarak kabul edilen kumar ve oyun gibi bütün bu olguların birbirleriyle olan ilişkisi ortaya koyulmaya çalışılacaktır. İnternetin ve onun bileşenlerinin bağımlılık oluşturacak şekilde kullanılması ve bireyin yaşamında önemli bir yere sahip olması, çalışmanın varsayımını oluşturmaktadır. Mevcut konu kapsamında literatür taraması yapılarak bu alandaki güncel eserlerden yararlanılmıştır. Çalışmada internet kullanımı ile bileşenleri arasında yakın bir ilişki olduğu ve bireyin problemli internet kullanım riskini gittikçe artırdığı değerlendirmesine ulaşılmıştır.

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APA Duman, Ö. D. (2021). İnternet Bağımlılığı Çerçevesinden Kumar ve Oyun Bileşenleri Üzerine Bir Yazın Taraması . İletişim ve Diplomasi , (5) , 123-139 .