A Filed Study of Effect using the Internet on Iraqi Familyâ€™s Relationship in Khanaqin City by Using Linear Regression
Keywords:Linear regression, Internet, Questionnaires, Statistical.
The internet and especially social media are one of the most important means of modern communication among humanity. Undoubtedly, it has played an important role in influencing the cultures of many peoples. It has had positive and negative effects. The effect of this modern technology has extended to the family.Â The Sociology defines a family is a group consisting of a man and a woman with whom there is a marital relationship. As a result, many problems have arisen, including all segments of society, including the important part of society and its main constituent, countryside families. In this paper, the main hypothesis was established to show whether there is a statistically significant effect on the Iraqi familyâ€™s relationship in Diyala governorate and specifically in Khanaqin city, by using the linear regression equation in SPSS, which shows the effect of the Internet as well as social media sites on them.
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