(searched for: doi:10.29244/jcds.2.2.1-10)
Work, Volume 70, pp 1-14; https://doi.org/10.3233/wor-205353
BACKGROUND: Under rapid information technology development, teenagers learn knowledge and skills and master social laws through the internet, growing from the initial innocent stage to the socialized stage. The internet will become a social force that has a profound impact on the development of teenagers. OBJECTIVES: The purposes are to assess teenagers’ socialization risks under the time-space transformation of internet society and investigate teenagers’ healthy personality development. METHODS: A questionnaire is designed to survey personality development situations and assess teenagers’ socialization risks. Data collected via the questionnaire survey are counted and analyzed. RESULTS: The background information analysis reveals a balanced gender ratio of survey participants, most of whom are members of the Chinese Communist Youth League. Risks of teenagers’ socialization are assessed from multiple perspectives, including online posts, wording, online identity, pornographic and violent content, and plagiarism. Teenagers’ overall understanding of the internet tends positive. The six dimensions of healthy personality development all score above 3 points, indicating a comprehensive development system of teenagers’ personality. Students under such a development system are newcomers with a healthy personality, who are needed urgently in the development of the times. CONCLUSION: Overall, teenage students tend to be active in their understanding of the internet. Further scientific management of teenagers’ online behaviors can give play to the positive socialization functions of the internet and provide new ideas for the healthy growth and personality development of teenagers.