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Sunday, October 10

  1. page Assessment 3 - Chapter 2 edited 2.0 Introduction Internet is known as a global network 1.0 INTRODUCTION In this chapter, we w…
    2.0 Introduction
    Internet is known as a global network
    1.0 INTRODUCTION
    In this chapter, we will discuss about the literature review
    of interconnected computer endling users to share information along multiple channels orthe research in a simple word; internet is a peer-to-peer system. We can get all kind of information we need by just a click. Thiswhich this study is divided into three main parts which are the reason that many students spend hours surfing the net. However, nowadays mostcauses of the students tendchoose to misusesurf the internet then to get latest information fromin the network. Theclass, the effects of internet isusage and also an integral toolthe ways to prevent the students for information, communication,not surfing internet in class. Social networking, loneliness and entertainment among students. Socializing viaaddicted to playing online games are the internet has become an increasingly important partcauses of young adult life. Social-networking sites aresurfing the latest online communication toolinternet that allows userscan lead to create a public or private profile to interactsome effects such as cannot concentrate on the lecture, poor exam grades, neglecting health and also spending less time with people in their networks. One of the objective of this problem is to know the reasons whyfamily and friends.
    2.1 Causes
    the UMP students choose
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    the class although they have so much time surfing the internet in the hostel.Besides that, to investigate the effects
    Some
    of surfing internet in class and to find out the lecturer’s respond whencauses why the students are caught surfing in class.
    2.1 Causes the students choose
    to surf
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    the class are social networking, loneliness and also addicted to playing online games.
    2.1.1 Social Networking
    It is discussed from the authors which are Click (2010)

    Click
    and Petit (2010), they stated(2010) states that Facebook
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    of money.
    Furthermore,the

    Furthermore, the
    implications of
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    into the classroom,comparingclassroom, comparing how students,teachersstudents, teachers and administrators
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    MySpace and Facebook.“SocialFacebook. “Social networking,” which
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    its initial stages.Thatstages. That means we
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    have them learn. This stated from another authors which are Maranto (2010)learn (Maranto and M.Barton (2010).M.Barton, 2010). MySpace, founded
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    on the Web.Web (Maranto and M.Barton, 2010).
    2.1.2 Loneliness
    Loneliness

    Loneliness
    is one
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    in the class.Theclass. The authors are Morahan-Martin (2003) and Schumacher
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    users that waswere used to
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    communication and recreation,oftenrecreation, often providing a
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    real life” (Morahan-Martin (2000).Those(Morahan-Martin, 2000).Those who accept
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    which documented increasesincreases, is loneliness
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    use (Kraut et-al ,2000).et-al, 2000).
    The authors
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    in family communication,social activities,happiness,communication, social activities, happiness, and the
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    increased Internet use.Theyuse. They usually open
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    lonely and empty,empty; so that
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    spend time online,useonline, use e-mail, and
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    family and friends,requiredfriends, required course work,recreationwork, recreation or relaxation work,meetingwork, meeting new people
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    for own use,emotionaluse, emotional support, gambling,
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    use the {file:///C:/Users/MICROS~1/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image001.gif} Anchorinternetinternet for real-time
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    chat rooms.
    2.1.3

    2.1.3
    Addicted to playing online
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    student’s mind tooto bring disadvantages.This
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    of the factorfactors that they
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    teach them.
    2.2 EFFECTS OF INTERNET USAGE
    2.2.1 Cannot concentrate on the lecture
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    to support.
    2.2.2 Poor exams grades
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    addiction may resultsresult when some
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    new online content(Davis,content (Davis, 2001). Obsessive
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    Lin, 2003).
    2.2.3 Neglecting Health.
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    Egger & Rauterberg(1996), Young(1996) which this study is referred to, it showsRauterberg (1996), they states that the
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    doing desired things.things (Young, 1996). This is
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    next day.
    2.2.4

    2.2.4
    Spending less
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    and friends.
    The

    The
    study found
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    talking face-to-face.
    2.3 way to prevent students not surfing internet in class

    2.3 WAY TO PREVENT STUDENTS FOR NOT SURFING INTERNET IN CLASS

    Making practical
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    One exception, Fried (2005) found
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    ideas in memory .Thememory.
    The
    representations are
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    theories, see ( Roda(Roda & Thomas, 2006).
    2.4 Conclusion

    2.4 CONCLUSION

    As conclusion,thereconclusion, there are several
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    class. Social networking,lonelinessnetworking, loneliness and addicted
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    main causes why students surfing
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    poor exams grades,neglectinggrades, neglecting health and
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    act upon.
    2.5 References
    Tiffany A. Pempek, Yevdokiya A. Yermolayeva, Sandra L. Calvert (2009) , College students' social networking experiences on Facebook. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 30, Department of Psychology, Georgetown University, USA,pp. 227–238
    Gina Maranto, Matt Barton(2010), Paradox and Promise: MySpace, Facebook, and the Sociopolitics of Social Networking in the Writing Classroom. Computers and Composition 27, Minnesota 56301-4498, USA,pp.36–47
    Janet Morahan-Martin, Phyllis Schumacher(2003), Loneliness and social uses of the Internet. Computers in Human Behavior, Department of Psychology,USA, pp.659–671
    Amanda Click, Joan Petit(2010), Social networking and Web 2.0 in information literacy. journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/i i l r , Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian,USA, pp. 137-142
    Iacovelli A, Valenti S (2009), Internet Addiction’s Effect on likeability and rapport, Computers in Human Behaviour (25), pp 439-443
    Odaci H, Kalkan M (2010), Problematic Internet Use, Loneliness and Dating Anxiety Among Young Adult University Students, Computers & Education (55), pp 1091-1097
    Yang S.C, Tung C.J (2007), Comparison of Internet addicts and non-addicts in Taiwanese High School, Computers in Human Behaviour(23), pp 79-96
    Yellowlees P.M, Marks S (2007), Problematic Internet Use of Internet Addiction?Computers in Human Behaviour (23), pp 1447-1453
    Winona State University, Psychology Department, 231 Phelps Hall, Winona, MN 55897, United States Received 29 June (2006); received in revised form 15 September (2006); accepted 24 September( 2006)
    Argyle, M. (1991). Cooperation in working groups. In Cooperation: The basis of sociability (pp. 115-131). London: Rutledge.
    Argyle, M. (1991). Cooperation in working groups. In Cooperation: The basis of sociability (pp. 115-131). London: Rutledge.

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Saturday, October 9

  1. page Assessment 3 - Chapter 3 edited 3.0 Introduction ... identify the problems problems and describe ... and the research…

    3.0 Introduction
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    identify the
    problems
    problems and describe
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    and the
    research
    research procedures that
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    to do.
    3.1 Setting
    Our research targets are UMP students which use computer labs the most during the class as UMP provides internet facility in the labs. So, the most suitable students who can be as respondents are the computer science students since they will use the computer labs the most compared with the other students from other faculties. This research will be carry out in UMP around the computer labs during the lecture hours. The students that we had selected are from first year and second year from three programs which are 1 BCN 10 respondents, 2 BCN 11 respondents, 1 BCS 12 respondents, 2 BCS 12 respondents, 1 BCG 8 respondents and 2 BCG 7 respondents.
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    There are several steps that have and will be taken to conduct the data collection. Firstly, we brainstorm on the topic for the survey. Then, some research has been made to get information for the literature review on the usage of the internet. Next, we decide on the instrument to collect respondent’s opinion about this topic which is made based on articles references that we read. Through distributing questionnaires to 60 respondents, the respondents were chosen among the first year and second year of BCN, BCS and BCG of FSKKP students in UMP, based on their gender. Even though our targeted respondents are 60, some extra copies of questionnaires were made in case of rejected form. Finally, date collected will be analyzed so that conclusion and recommendation can be made.
    3.2 Data Analysis
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    question clearly.

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  2. page Assessment 3 - Chapter 3 edited 3.0 Introduction The are several In this chapter, we will discuss on the steps that will be ta…

    3.0 Introduction
    The are severalIn this chapter, we will discuss on the steps that will be taken to collectinvestigate the datausage of internet usage among the UMP students. The method we usestudent. This means to collectidentify the data is questionnaires.
    problems and describe the respondents’ population of the surveys that are selected.
    We target 60 students from first year and second year student’s software engineering, first yearalso will explain on how we carry out our surveys and second year student’s computer system and network, first year and second year students graphic and multimedia. The male have a 26 questionnaires and female have 34 questionnaires.the
    research procedures that we choose to do.

    3.1 Setting
    We target about 60 participantsOur research targets are UMP students which use computer labs the most during the class as UMP provides internet facility in the labs. So, the most suitable students who can be as respondents are the computer science students since they will use the computer labs the most compared with the other students from other faculties. This research will be carry out in UMP around the computer labs during the lecture hours. The students FSKKP first year and second year. To get a proper result,that we have distributed 60 questionnaires to UMP students FSKKPhad selected are from first year
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    year from each course. There will be first yearthree programs which are 1 BCN have 10 questionnaires,respondents, 2 BCN 11 respondents, 1 BCS have 12 questionnaires,respondents, 2 BCS 12 respondents, 1 BCG have 8 questionnairesrespondents and second year BCN have 11 questionnaires, BCS have 12 questionnaires,2 BCG have 7 questionnaires.respondents.
    3.2 Data Collection
    3.2.1 Instrument
    The instrument that we use to collectSince the primary source dataresearch is questionnaires.conducted in a small area of study, the best method for the data collection method will be questionnaire survey form. We have
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    A is to let the participantsrespondents personal’s details such as
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    and year. SectionsFor section B the respondents need to participants answer the questions about the internet
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    categorical question,
    scale
    question, opinion
    scale question, and it consistopinion question of Free Response Question.free response question.
    3.2.2 Procedure
    First,There are several steps that have and will be taken to conduct the data collection. Firstly, we discuss about questionnaire internetbrainstorm on the topic for the survey. Then, some research has been made to get information for the literature review on the usage in class. Second, questionnaire is created. Third,of the questionnaire will be approved by our lecturer (Madam Ainol) beforeinternet. Next, we distribute it. Fourth,decide on the instrument to collect respondent’s opinion about this topic which is made based on articles references that we read. Through distributing questionnaires are distributed to all60 respondents, the respondents were chosen among the first and second year FSKKP students. First and second year have three different courses (software, network and graphic). Therefore, first year BCN have 10 questionnaires,of BCN, BCS have 12 questionnaires, BCG have 8 questionnaires and second year BCN have 11 questionnaires, first year BCN have 10 questionnaires, BCS have 12 questionnaires, BCG have 8of FSKKP students in UMP, based on their gender. Even though our targeted respondents are 60, some extra copies of questionnaires were made in case of rejected form. Finally, date collected will be analyzed so that conclusion and second year BCN have 11 questionnaires, BCS have 12 questionnaires, BCG have 7 questionnaires.Finally, all 60 questionnaires has been collected on 1st September by each courses' representatives.recommendation can be made.
    3.2 Data Analysis
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    created in the coding sheet.
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    After that, frequenciesoffrequencies of the respomdentsrespondents voting for
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    questionnaires from the data collection instrument.Allinstrument. All the data
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    make conclusion easily.Fromeasily. From the results
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    the coding sheet,wesheet, we will present
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    question clearly.
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    1.0 INTRODUCTION
    In this chapter, we will discuss about the background of the study which from this background, we have come out with several research objectives and research question and we can list out the definition of terms from the background.
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    Our group research will be focused on the usage of internet during the class especially during the lab sessions because of the existence of the computer and also internet facility in the Centre of Modern Language and Human Sciences (CMLHS) and Fakulti Sains Komputer (FSK) labs. Our aim for carrying out this research is to investigate why the students surfing the internet during the class. Besides that, we also want to know the effect of excessive usage of internet and to find out what the lecturers will do when they caught student surfing internet in class. Therefore, the respondents are the students of 1 BCN (Bachelor of computer and networking) and 2 BCN, 1 BCS (Bachelor of Computer Software) and 2 BCS, also 1 BCG (Bachelor of Computer Graphics) and 2 BCG from Fakulti Sains Komputer dan Kejuruteraan Perisian (FSKKP)
    1.2 RESEARCH OBJECTIVES
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    objectives are:
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    i.
    To investigate
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    the class
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    ii.
    To investigate
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    in class
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    iii.
    To find
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    in class.
    1.3 RESEARCH QUESTIONS
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    study are:
    i.

    i.
    What are
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    the class?
    ii.

    ii.
    What are
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    surfing internet?
    iii.

    iii.
    What is
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    in class?
    1.4 DEFINITION OF TERMS
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    Human Sciences
    ii.

    ii.
    FSKKP -
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    Kejuruteraan Perisian
    iii.

    iii.
    BCN -
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    and networking.
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    iv.
    BCS -
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    Computer Software.
    v. BCG – Bachelor of Computer Graphics.
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  5. page assessment 3 - chapter 1 edited 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND Nowadays, teenagers seem to be close In this chapter, we wi…
    1.0 INTRODUCTION
    1.1 BACKGROUND
    Nowadays, teenagers seem to be close

    In this chapter, we will discuss about the background of the study which from this background, we have come out
    with several research objectives and research question and we can list out the technology. Thedefinition of terms from the background.
    1.1 BACKGROUND
    The
    most frequently used technology nowadays is the
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    as telephone. Internet is a technology which can connect people all around the world without any barrier or can be said as a worldwide technology.
    University students
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    the class. The misuse of the internet facility which is provided by the university for the students supposedly for searching the information or the study materials. However, the students are using this facility for their own stuff such as updating their social networking sites such as Facebook or MySpace, downloading the songs or even chatting with the other friends through yahoo messenger or Skype.
    Internet
    Internet addiction among
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    of 1 BCN(BachelorBCN (Bachelor of computer
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    and 2 BCNBCN, 1 BCS (Bachelor of Computer Software) and 2 BCS, also 1 BCG (Bachelor of Computer Graphics) and 2 BCG from Fakulti
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    RESEARCH OBJECTIVES
    The objectives are:
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    the class
    ii. To investigate the effect of surfing internet in class
    iii. To find out the lecturer’s respond when the students are caught surfing in class.
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    RESEARCH QUESTIONS
    The research questions for our study are:
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    the class?
    ii.

    ii.
    What are
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    surfing internet?
    iii.

    iii.
    What is
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    in class?
    1.4

    1.4
    DEFINITION OF TERMS
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    i.
    CMLHS -
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    Human Sciences
    ii. FSK - Fakulti Sains Komputer
    iii.

    ii.
    FSKKP -
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    Kejuruteraan Perisian
    iv.

    iii.
    BCN -
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    and networking.
    iv. BCS - Bachelor of Computer Software.
    v. BCG – Bachelor of Computer Graphics.

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Saturday, October 2

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