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Journalism and Mass Communication Volume 3 (2016), Article ID 3:IJJMC-122, 7 pages
https://doi.org/10.15344/2349-2635/2016/122
Research Article
Internet Addiction: An Interpersonal Perspective

Will Wai Kit Ma* and Amy Wu

Online Communication Research Center, Department of Journalism and Communication, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, 10 Wai Tsui Cres, Hong Kong
Journalist, USA Today Network, McLean, VA, USA
Dr. Will Wai Kit Ma, Online Communication Research Center, Department of Journalism and Communication, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, 10 Wai Tsui Cres, Hong Kong; E-mail: wkma@hksyu.edu
18 June 2016; 27 December 2016; 29 December 2016
Ma WWK, Wu A (2016) Internet Addiction: An Interpersonal Perspective. Int J Journalism Mass Comm 3: 122. doi: https://doi.org/10.15344/2349-2635/2016/122

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