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A Study on Impact of Game Addiction on the School Adjustment
Kim, Na-Ye;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study is to identify whether the game addiction has an impact on their school adjustment and to verify the direct effects and moderating effects of parent-child Communication. The survey was conducted to the children who were 5th and 6th graders in Gwangju and Jeonnam. The responses from 304 subjects were analyzed. The analytic results are as the following. When verifying the impact of game addiction on their school adjustment, The game addiction was found as the key variable that has a negative impact on children`s school adjustment. The results indicated that children with higher levels of game addiction more likely to have lower levels of school adjustment. The impact of parent-child Communication on their school adjustment was analyzed. The analytic results suggest that parent-child Communication has a impact on their school adjustment. In other words, higher parent-child Communication means higher school adjustment. The moderating effect of parent-child Communication was analyzed. The parent-child Communication check the moderating effect of do game addiction on their school adjustment. The Implications of these findings were discussed.
 Keywords
Game Addiction;School Adjustment;Parent-Child Communication;
 Language
Korean
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