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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 7, Issue 6, Part B (2021)

Selfies taking and posting Behavior among adolescents

Author(s)
Javaid Ahmad Mir, Bushra Mushtaq and Onaisa Aalia Mushtaq
Abstract
Selfie behavior is most commonly seen in adolescents and is growing trend among them. In this regard the study ‘selfies taking and posting behavior among adolescents’ was conducted in higher secondary.
The findings of the study regarding selfies taken weekly revealed that out of 150 study subject 15 (10%) study subjects do not takes selfies, and 135 (90%) takes selfies in which 113 (83.7%) takes selfies in between 1-10 weekly, 22 (16.3%) of study subjects takes more than 10 selfies weekly. Mean and SD score of number of selfies taken weekly by study subjects was 7.99 ± 10.443, Median was 6.64, range was 100, Minimum score was 0.00 and maximum score was 34.00.
The findings of the study also revealed that among 135 (90%) subject which takes selfies, 41 (27.3%) takes selfies per day in which 33 (22%) takes in between 1-10 number of selfies and 8 (5.33%) takes more than 10 selfies, and 94 (62.7%) takes selfies every week in which 80 (53.3%) takes in between 1-10 number of selfies and 14 (9.7%) takes more than 10 selfies.
The findings of study regarding selfies posted weekly revealed that out of 150 study subject 129 (79%) do not posts selfies and 31 (21%) posts selfies in which 16 (51.6%) posts selfies in between 1-10, 15 (48.4%) post more than 10 selfies weekly. The Mean and SD score of Number of Selfies posted weekly by study subjects was 2.10 ± 5.403 Median was 1.16, range was 34, Minimum score was 0.00 and maximum score was 34.
The findings of study revealed that among 31 (21%) post selfies in which 2 (1%) posts in between 1-10 number of selfies and none of the study subject post more than 10 selfies, and 29 (19.3%) post selfies every week in which 14 (9.3%) post in between 1-10 number of selfies. 15 (10%) posts more than 10 selfies.
Pages: 102-109  |  49 Views  3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Javaid Ahmad Mir, Bushra Mushtaq, Onaisa Aalia Mushtaq. Selfies taking and posting Behavior among adolescents. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(6):102-109.
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