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A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE REGARDING IMPACT OF SMART PHONE ON CHILDREN AMONG MOTHERS AT SELECTED URBAN AREA MORADABAD, U.P. WITH A VIEW TO DEVELOP AND DISSEMINATE AN INFORMATION BOOKLET

Gaurav Kumar*, Nafees Ahmed and Sana Usmani

ABSTRACT

Introduction It was discovered that students used their phones extensively. The students' usage patterns of mobile phones may indicate the transition from habitual to compulsive phone use. Students' ability to concentrate, their psychological well-being, and their physical health are all negatively impacted by cell phone use, and these issues require attention. The issue is that students now use their phones on a regular basis. Studies reveal that students who use their phones in class exhibit different levels of academic performance and dedication than those who do not use them, are inattentive, and do not participate in class assignments or fieldwork. The results of a study show that medical students' daily lives are significantly impacted by their mobile phones. Consequently, its influence on psychological Objectives: To assess the level of knowledge of mothers of children regarding impact of smart phone on children. To find out the association between level of knowledge of mothers with their selected demographic variable. Aims: The main purpose of the study was to investigate mothers' level of awareness about the effects of smartphones on their kids. Method: This study was carried out in selected urban area Lajpat Nagar Moradabad, U.P. Cross sectional research design was used in this study. The sample consisted of 60 mothers. Samples were chosen by Non probability purposive sampling technique. Data was collected by administering the self-structured questionnaires. The collected data was organized in master data sheet and analyze dusing descriptive and inferential statistics as per objectives of the study, using SPSS version 20. Results: A Frequency and Percentage dispersion of the demographic characteristics. Marital status shows that 51.7% are married and 26.7% are divorced, 11.7% are widow, 10% are others. As per religion percentage that 40% are Hindu, 26.7% are Muslim, 11.7% are Christian, 10% are others. As per monthly income percentage that 10% are Below 10000, 18.3 % are 10001- 20000, 20% are 20001 -30000, 51.7% areAbove30000.As per Education percentage that 11.7% are no formal education, 15% are primary school, 11.7% are higher secondary, 61% are graduation. As per Occupation percentage that 41.7%are Homemaker, 11.7% are Business/self-employed, 18.3% are Private Job, 28.3% are Government job. As per Types of smartphone percentage that 40% are using Android phone, 48.3% are using I phone, 11.7% are using Keypad phone. As per types of family that 53.3% are Nuclear, 36.7% are Joint, 6.7% are others 3.3%.As per using internet facility that 95% mother are using internet and 5% are not using. As per using WI-FI that 90% mother are using Wi-Fi and 10% are not using. As per number of smart phones users in family that 1.7% are using Below 2 smart phone 18.3% are using 3-4 smart phone, 35.0% are using 5-6 smart phone and 45% are using More than 6smart phones. As per average times that 63.3% are 30minutes, 16.7% are 60minutes, 16.7% are 90Minutes, and 3.3% are above 120 minutes. The chi - square values were excess the table value so there was no significant association between knowledge score of mothers with their selected demographic variable hence Research hypothesisto reject and null hypothesis is accepted and inferred.

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