Social Media Addiction Mekseb Mehari Eng 1108 – 03, Professor Synstelien Inver Hills Community College. LOGO. LOGO. What Do These Images Mean?. Mind Map. BACKGROUND. Descriptions of Graphics: Statistics of what people use the internet for.
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Eng1108 – 03, Professor Synstelien
Inver Hills Community College
What Do These Images Mean?
Descriptions of Graphics:
Statistics of what people use the internet for.
Showing a video game controller as a child’s umbilical cord showing addiction.
Graph showing reasons why people online game.
Fun facts showing what happens to someone with an online addiction physically (in an extreme fashion).
Paragraph Summarizing Paper Dev.
1.Online Gaming: Any video game played over some internet network.
2.Addiction:the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, as narcotics, to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma.
3.Diminished: to lessen; decrease.
4. Mental Health: Psychological well-being and satisfactory adjustment to society and to the ordinary demands of life.
5. Middle Class: a class of people intermediate between the classes of higher and lower social rank or standing; the social, economic, cultural class, having approximately average status, income, education, tastes, and the like.
History: In 1979 online service providers (CompuServe & The Source specifically) became really big, people started to use online chat, e-mail and began to play video games online. 1984 was the first year where CompuServe created their first actual online video game which was called, Islands of Kismai. Something interesting is that people were charged around $6-$8 per hour to play online and if you wanted a faster connection the price would double to around $12-$18 (Glazer). Today online gaming is usually provided for by the company that created the console that is being used (PSN, XBOX LIVE, etc.) most are free to use today except Xbox Live which you pay $50 a year.
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