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2018 | 37 | 3 |
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FOMO (Fear of Missing out) – wyzwanie diagnostyczne i edukacyjne

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Celem artykułu jest charakterystyka zjawiska FOMO w perspektywie diagnostycznej. Ten rodzaj uzależnienia od Internetu został omówiony w kontekście wyzwania społeczno-wychowawczego, mieszczącego się w paradygmacie ryzyka pedagogiki mediów. Zjawisko FOMO jest relatywnie nowym zachowaniem ryzykownym, które pojawiło się za sprawą upowszechnienia mediów sieciowych. W tekście podjęto próbę spojrzenia na FOMO w perspektywie różnych kryteriów diagnostycznych. W artykule, w części wstępnej, zarysowano zjawisko uzależnienia od Internetu. Następnie dokonano charakterystyki FOMO wraz ze sposobami mierzenia.
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The aim of the article is to characterize the phenomenon of FOMO in the diagnostic perspective. This special type of Internet addiction has been discussed in the context of the socio-educational challenge included in the paradigm of the risk media pedagogy. The FOMO phenomenon is a relatively new risky behavior that emerged due to the dissemination of new media. The text attempts to analyze FOMO taking into account various diagnostic criteria. The article is divided into two parts. The first one includes basic information about Internet addiction, and the second one is devoted to the FOMO measurement methods.
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37
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3
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2018
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2019-04-19
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