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The effects of Dota to fifteen students of Mapua-Makati

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Rain Dimzon

on 18 November 2013

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The effects of Dota to fifteen students of Mapua-Makati
The relation of this study to social sciences
Maybe we are not really aware of this topic but it's really matter somehow, specially to those people who are involve. we think that computer games and social sciences are not related to each one, but they are really related. computer games like dota can affect the psychological thinking of a one person. It influence the way thinking, speaking or maybe deciding a particular thing. One thing is, maybe it enhance the ability of mind to think a possible solution to a one situation, well it's good, nor maybe it also affects the relationship of a player to the people around him because spend more time in playing dota. which is bad, not only for the person itself but also to the things and people around him. which these things are related to sociology and anthropology.
Result of the study

Based on the interview, dota affects them negatively or positively. here are the list of effects of dota to the students.
Dota is one reason why students fail in their studies, it lessen the focus and it also affects the relationship with others. it enhance and practice. also one way of communicating with others and way of expression. Each of us has their own way to relax, enjoy and do stuff. it maybe affects you in a bad or good way, it's your choice and responsibility. like the outcome of this study, dota affects the students both good and bad, and students must aware of it. It's not bad to enjoy sometimes but we should know our limitations.we need to be sensitive and understandable.
Playing games is a natural part of growing. It’s one way that kids learn to socialize, compete, to fulfill their craving ego, to entertain, to have fun and sometimes to escape from depression. Computer and online games, in most instances, are no more dangerous than other games that kids play outdoors. But sometimes, computer and online games with the touch of modern technology, it become more than just play. They become an addiction. And when they became an addiction, it will be hard for the parents and to them to end what has been started.
Result of the interview
List of bad effects to the students who are playing dota
-less concentrate on the studies
-failing grades
-less time with family
-waste of money
-affects the behavior in other ways

List of good effects to the students who are playing dota
-One way of socializing
-making new friends
-enhance mental skills
-easily can interact with others
-one way of communication
Thank you for listening! :)
-Reine Christine Dimzon
Defense of the Ancients (DotA) is a multiplayer online battle arena mod for the video game Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and its expansion, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, based on the "Aeon of Strife" map for StarCraft. The objective of the scenario is for each team to destroy the opponents' Ancient, heavily guarded structures at opposing corners of the map. Players use powerful units known as heroes, and are assisted by allied heroes and AI-controlled fighters.
Co-curricular Proposal
Gantt Chart
2.) Who influenced you to play dota?
3.) At what age did you start playing dota?
4.) In what way does dota help you?
5.) What are your emotions while playing dota?
6.) Does dota affects your study?
1.) in a day, what is the maximum time you spend in playing dota?
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