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Abstract

Internet is a brand new lifestyle that plays a significant role in influencing people’s life.1 Internet could provide multifariousness of possibilities for communication, entertainment and dealing with every day-life requirements that makes the role of internet becomes wider. Furthermore, because of its essential function, a study on internet addiction revealed that the technology could make people believe that they could not live without it

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Januraga, P. P. (2017). The role of social media support as public health intervention strategy in Indonesia. Public Health and Preventive Medicine Archive, 5(1), 1–2. https://doi.org/10.15562/phpma.v5i1.32

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