E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 5, 2023

Learners’ Attitude towards Social Media in Relation to their Study Habits

Author(s): Samsujjaman, Tarini Halder


This study was undertaken to study the attitude of college level learners towards social media in relation to their study habits. In this normative study, researcher used survey method. The population for the present study consisted of college students studying in West Bengal, India. The investigators used the stratified random sampling technique. The sample consisted of 600 learners from the different starta. The investigators used the Attitude scale and Study Habits scale. The test consisted of 30 items. For analysing and interpreting the data the investigators used percentile analysis, standard deviation,‘t’ test, and Pearson’s product moment correlation as the statistical techniques and also used SPSS. The findings show that (i) Male learners have more favourable attitude towards social media than female learners.(ii) Urban learners have more favourable attitude towards social media than rural learner(iii) There exists significant difference between male and female learners in their Study Habits.(iv) Significant relationship does not exist between attitudes towards social media and Study Habits of learners in respect of gender and locality.

Keywords: Learners� Attitude, Social Media, Study Habits

Pages: 1506-1512

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