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Title: Involvement of school students on social networks and impact on their performance of studies
Authors: Fathima Zisath Shama, Latheef
Shafana, Muhammed Shareef
Ahamed Sabani, Mohamed Jamaldeen
Keywords: Social media usage
The performance of students
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2020
Publisher: Faculty of Management and Commerce South Eastern University of Sri Lanka
Citation: Journal of Information Systems & Information Technology Vol. 5 No. 2, 2020 pp. 19-25.
Abstract: . Social network usage is massively increasing among children all over the world. School students usually use the latest technology on Social Networks. School students are using social media for several purposes. Usage of Social Networks impacts their studies and everyday life in a fair and bad manner. Several researches have been done in developed countries which can be seen in the literature review. Moreover, most of the studies intended on the effects of social media on the moral behaviour of the youths. Moreover, most of the research considered the undergraduate students' academic performance and their attitudes. The higher probability of no such research on school level students. This study restricted itself to the study habits of the school students. This study aims to collect the data from Advanced level students by a questionnaire which includes the questions on the impact of Social Networks in studies and performance of students. Moreover, this study analyses those data using SPSS to check the students' involvements on Social Networks and impacts on their studies and performance. The result of this research throughout the survey reveals that the performance of studies of school students and the number of social media is negatively associated. Likewise, spending hours on studies negatively associated with spending hours on social media. Moreover, the performance of the students decreases when the spending hours on social media increase.
ISSN: 24780677
Appears in Collections:Vol.5 No.2 (2020)

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