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|The Relationships Among Social Engagement On WeChat, Sense Of Identification With School And Life Satisfaction Of Students In Guangdong Provincial Economic And Trade Secondary Vocational Technical School In China
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|The study aims to examine the relationships among the frequency of students’ social engagement on WeChat, sense of identification with school, students’ life satisfaction among students of Guangdong Provincial Economic and Trade Secondary Vocational Technical School. Two hundred students were selected using purposive sampling and convenience sampling method. The data were tabulated using Spearman Rank and Pearson Correlation were employed for data analyzing in SPSS. The findings as follow:
1. The frequency of students’ social engagement on WeChat with in-school friends was positively correlated with students’ sense of school identification and school belongingness, but were not correlated with life satisfaction at the significance level of 0.05.
2. There was non-significant correlation between social engagement on WeChat with in-school friends and perceived life satisfaction among the GPETSVTS students.
3. There was significantly positive correlation between the samples’ degree of identification with school and perceived life satisfaction in the medium level. In addition, sample’s sense of school belongingness (r=.483**, p<0.01) and perceived value of school (r=.340**, p<0.01) were positively correlated with their life satisfaction in middle level.
4. Both of the students’ sense of school identification and the frequency of students’ social engagement on WeChat with in-school friends were predictors of students’ satisfaction, but the students’ sense of school identification has significant higher influence on life satisfaction than social engagement in WeChat.
|Independent Study (M.Com.Arts)--Global Communications, Graduate School, Bangkok University, 2020
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