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A longitudinal study on the relationship between workplace harassment and cyberloafing
by Kim, Joan M., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 80 pages; 1522235.
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Internet usage, self-efficacy, and proactive coping skills
by Zurawski, Janina, M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 62 pages; 1585527.
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Has internet technology found a niche in mood regulation among young adults?
by Lyons, Emily E., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 43 pages; 1589631.
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An ecological study of instructor views of free use multitasking with digital devices in the classroom
by Week, Sandra McElrath, Ph.D.  University of Nevada, Reno. 2016: 196 pages; 10126080.
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An investigation of the determinants of employees' decisions to use organizational computing resources for non-work purposes
by Campbell, Stephen Matthew, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 2010: 177 pages; 3412543.
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The psychological reactance dilemma: Effects of restricting workers' personal social media use
by Flaugh, Jason E., Ph.D.  Alliant International University. 2016: 194 pages; 10006586.
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Male Middle Managers' Perceptions of Non-Work Related Internet Use
by Grossenbacher-Fabsits, Dawn M., D.M.  University of Phoenix. 2011: 135 pages; 3452415.
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Translation and Validation of a Korean Social Justice Scale (K-SJS)
by Jeong, Alan Jong-Ha, M.A.  University of Oregon. 2018: 50 pages; 13418774.
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Vision conflict within pastoral ministry
by Spencer, J. Louis, Ph.D.  Regent University. 2010: 242 pages; 3425735.
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