A STUDY THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES ON STUDY HABITS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COLLEGE GOING STUDENTS

Rashmi Meena, Dr. Meenakshi Meena

Abstract


Present day society in highly competitive. This competitiveness has posed several challenges before the society and the susceptible individuals. Every individual wants to be equipped with the knowledge of mass media so as to face these challenges. The social networking sites highly affects the different aspect of an individual's life like his emotional intelligence, his study-habits his adjustment, his understanding etc.

 

            There have been many research works which have been done on the topic, "Impact of social networking sites on children, students, adolescent, adults and society." But there has been a need to have a research on the impact of social networking sites on study habits and adjustment of students and adolescents and therefore, this topic has been chosen by the researcher. Since the education now is not limited to the classroom but has taken lot of change due to availability of information on all subjects through social networking sites, there has been definitely a change in the study habits and adjustment of college students, which need to be looked into. The present study covers the impact of social networking social networking sites Twitter and Facebook available, are the most powerly and widely available social networking sites and therefore, the research has been mainly focused on these two. sites on study habits and adjustment dimensions of adolescents. Among all the Study habits differ from person to person. Some find its more interesting and convenient to study late in the night whereas some cannot awake late but find it more useful to get up early in the morning and study let there be any method or any time, main aim should be to get information through the media of newspapers, magazines, books and other method to enrich the knowledge besides using for the benefit of the reader or student.

Keywords


STUDY HABITS, ADJUSTMENT, KNOWLEDGE, SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES, IMPACT

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