In this study, a questionnaire was applied to measure the level of digital addiction and satisfaction of the students who received accounting education. First, demographic characteristics, frequency and percentage values of the participants were examined. Then, an analysis of whether the averages of the answers to 5 subscales of digital addiction and 2 subscales of satisfaction differ according to departments, class, gender, residence, GPA, digital device usage hours and family income level of the participating students is performed using one-way anova and independent groups t tests. Finally, participants' digital addiction and their level of satisfaction with the education they received and their relationships with each other were examined. High level digital addiction was found in dependence subscale, and medium level digital addiction was found in the other subscales. The participants' intrinsic and extrinsic satisfaction levels were medium. In addition, relations and differences were found between the subscales of the study.
Digital addiction, Satisfaction, Accounting Education