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To Internet And Beyond
A Study About The Effects Of The Internet On Children

Santos, Divine Agnes DS.
BS Business Management
8:30-10:00 am

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for English10
Prof. Cynthia Sanguyu

University of the Philippines Diliman
Extension Program in Pampanga
This study is all about how the Internet affects the children. The researcher focused on the effects of the Internet in the development of children physically, socially, cognitively, and emotionally. This study also tackles about how the digital and modern media can influence the children in both positive and negative ways. It also shows solutions to the hazards of using the Internet.
By reading this paper, a reader may be guided on how to use the Internet properly and may be informed on what will be the consequences if it will not be used properly.

Living in the modern century, everything instant is what almost everyone prefers. One of these instants of the modern technology is the Internet which children most likely to use. That is why the researcher chose “The Effects of the Internet on Children” as her topic because she wants to know what the Internet can offer for the children. She wonders why almost all the children would like to use the Internet. She also wants to know if the knowledge that the Internet offers helps in the physical, social, cognitive and emotional development of children or if it just lead to simple or serious hazards to the children.
It is important to study the effects of the Internet on children because it makes people know how Internet is being useful to children. It will give the people an idea on what may happen to the development of children’s skills, attitudes and behaviors using the Internet. In addition, this information will also tell the people what are the adverse…...

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