Volume : IX, Issue : XI, November - 2019

Social Networking and Self–Esteem: An Empirical Study of Higher Secondary School Students

Naseer Ahmad Mir, Dr. Alpana Verma

Abstract :

The present study was undertaken to investigate the impact of social networking on self–esteem of higher secondary school students. A total sample of 200 social networking users and non users of higher secondary school students were selected from four higher secondary schools by using simple random sampling technique. Information blank was employed for collecting data for social networking and Coopersmith’s self–esteem inventory (1981) was used for measuring the self esteem of higher secondary school students. Statistical techniques such as mean, percentage and t–test were used for data analysis. The findings revealed that there is a positive impact of social networking on self–esteem of higher secondary school students. It was further revealed that the percentage of male social networking users is greater than the female social networking users.

Article: Download PDF    DOI : 10.36106/ijar/6913867  

Cite This Article:

SOCIAL NETWORKING AND SELF-ESTEEM: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS, Naseer Ahmad Mir, Dr.Alpana Verma INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH : Volume-9 | Issue-11 | November-2019


Number of Downloads : 76


References :