MOBILE USAGE IN ACADEMIC BEHAVIOUR AMONG SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PUNJAB
Author(s):
Rishu Bala
Keywords:
Academic behaviour, mobile usage, social relationship, school students
Abstract
Smartphones have become an inextricable element of life in the twenty-first century. Because there has been little research on the relationship between mobile usage, social relationships, and academic behaviour among children in Schools, the current study will investigate the relationship between these three variables in the context of school children in Jalandhar district in Punjab. A descriptive correlational study approach was adopted to gather and analyse the data, which came from a total of 150 children who answered to an online Google form delivered through a WhatsApp link. The questionnaire's items were adapted from numerous doctoral research. Descriptive and inferential statistics such as the mean and standard deviation were used to analyse the data. Children in Jalandhar district schools were found to have a moderate instance of smartphone usage, according to the study. The findings also revealed a link between the three variables of mobile usage, social relationships, and academic behaviour. According to the data, social relationships have a favourable impact on academic behaviour, whereas mobile usage has a detrimental impact on students’ academic behaviour in Schools.
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Unique Paper ID: 154107

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 10

Page(s): 70 - 81
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