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Cyberloafing: A Study of Personal Internet Use at Work
|Title:||Cyberloafing: A Study of Personal Internet Use at Work|
|Issue Date:||01 Dec 2008|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||In order to study the prevalence, acceptability, and motivations for personal Internet use at work—a practice known as cyberloafing—I utilized a two-fold approach: first by collecting and analyzing Internet user log data from the employees of an Oahu-based company; and second by creating and administering a self-report survey to a separate sample of 103 office workers and performing multivariate analysis of results using SPSS.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Honors Projects for Sociology|
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