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Title: Impact of internet on youths social behaviors a case study of Kampala District
Authors: Dombiyo, Christine
Keywords: Internet
Youths social behaviors
Issue Date: May-2017
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: The study examined the impact of internet on youth’s cultural values in Kampala district. “The study achieved the following objectives: to examine the positive effects of internet on youth’s culture, to examine the negative effects of internet on youth’s culture, to explore other factors affecting youth’s cultural values, therefore the findings were based on the above objectives. Data was collected from a sample of 90 respondents in using self administered questionnaires and was later analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient (r~. The findings revealed internet has a positive and significant relationship to youth’s cultural values in Kawempe division (P=0.000<0.0l, r=375) the study concluded that majority of the respondents agreed that internet has a significant relationship on youth’s cultural values. The findings showed that internet has a positive effect on youth’s culture through promoting Gender, promoting equality, promoting Gender mainstreaming, promoting Human Right and lastly promoting Globalization. Additionally the findings showed Telenovela has negatively effected youth’s culture through promoting sexuality, promoting wide spread of HIV/AIDS, promoting Consumerism and materialism, promoted Drug abuse, promoted Moral decay , promoted Crime , and lastly promoted Homo sexuality. The study revealed other factors affecting youth’s culture which included Education, Religion, Globalization, Internet (information technology), Socio-economic aspects, Poverty.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/3802
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