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Effects of Academic Emotions and Interpersonal Relations on SNS Addiction Tendency by Gender Differences in College Students
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 Title & Authors
Effects of Academic Emotions and Interpersonal Relations on SNS Addiction Tendency by Gender Differences in College Students
Jeon, Hae Ok;
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 Abstract
This study aims to grasp the influence of a college student`s academic emotions and the ability of interpersonal relations according to gender on the SNS addiction tendency. Data were collected through a self-reported structured questionnaire from 130 college students using convenient sampling methods from September 1 to October 31, 2015. The research result showed that in the case of male college students, only the ability of interpersonal relations (${\beta}
 Keywords
Addictive behavior;Emotions;Interpersonal relations;Students;
 Language
Korean
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