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The Relationship Among Smartphone Addiction, Perceived Stress, and Self-Regulation of the Students in the Fields of Business and Administration for University of Science and Technology
business and administration for university of science and technology
The study aims to discuss the relationship among smartphone addition, perceived stress and self-regulation.It first discusses the domestic and international relevant researches, structures and the development courses, and then verifies the relationship among smartphone addition, perceived stress and self-regulation. The data was collected by questionnaire survey. With 1,480 copiesdistributed, we collected 131 effective questionnaires at 89% of effective response rate. We analyzed it with statistical methods; for example, frequency distribution, percentage, average, standard deviation, independent sample t-test, one way analysis of variance, Pearson correlation analysis, and structural equation model (SEM), etc. According to the result, the main conclusions are as follow: 1.For the students in the fields of business and administration for university of science and technology, they quite agree with concept of the smartphone addition, perceived stress and self-regulation. 2.The smart addiction differs with the fact that when people started to use smartphones and how much time they spend on it every day. 3.The perceived stress differs with different school locations, different grades, different ways they get on the Internet (4g,Wi-Fi,etc) and what Apps they use most frequently. 4.Self-regulation differs with different genders, grades, how many years they have used smartphones, how much time they spend on it every day and what Apps they use most frequently. 5.The three variations between smartphone addition, perceived stress and self-regulation are modestly corelated. 6.The analytical result of smartphone addition, perceived stress and self-regulation are reasonable and practical. 7.The analytical result of smartphone addition, perceived stress and self-regulation represents positive and negative structural relations.
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