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The Effect of Love Attitude and Ego-Identity on Female Adolescent Fandom Engagement
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The Effect of Love Attitude and Ego-Identity on Female Adolescent Fandom Engagement
Kim, Taeeun; Jeong, Eunug; Park, Sookyung; Cho, Kyungeun;
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 Abstract
We conducted an examination of 243 female adolescent fandom members in order to understand the relationship of the engagement in fandom activities, love attitude, and ego-identity. Researchers used three scales of 'Engagement in Fandom Activities', 'Love Attitude' (Hendrick & Hendrick, 1986) and 'Ego-identity' (Dignan, 1965). Correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis were applied after data was collected depending on the scales. The study showed that the degree of engagement and the tendency towards erotic love behavior had a positive correlation. The correlation with the sub-domains of ego-identity were positive with role-expectation and self-assertiveness while self-awareness was negative. All four factors affected the degree of engagement in fandom activities. It is meaningful that research help to understand the characteristic of female adolescent fandom and simultaneously investigate the effective factors of engagement in fandom activity.
 Keywords
Female adolescent fandom;engagement in fandom activities;love attitude;ego-identity;
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