INFLUENCE OF COMMON INTEREST
TO SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The present study aims to determine the Influence of Common Interest to Social Behavior of Teenagers. Specifically, this study seeks to answer the following questions: 1. What is the demographic profile of the respondents in the terms of 2.1 Sex
2.3 Ordinal Position
2.4 Parents Educational Attainment
2.5 Parents Occupation
2.6 Parents Monthly Income
2. What is the Influence of Common Interest to Social Behavior of Teenagers 3. Is there any significant relationship between the Influence of Common Interest to Social Behavior and the demographic profile of the respondents.
Ho: There is no significant relationship between the Influence of Common Interest to Social Behavior and the demographic profile of the respondents. Ha: There is significant relationship between the Influence of Common Interest to Social Behavior and the demographic profile of the respondents. ASSUMPTION
Influence of Common Interest to Social Behavior varies.
THE PROBLEM AND IT’S BACKGROUND
In our society today every teenagers has their own interest. Because of that interest some of the teenagers tend to have common interest because of that common interest some of them develop friendship. Common interest of teenagers also has an influence on their social behavior because they interact with different people through that same interest they have. Because of the common interest between teenagers they tend to socialized with different people but not all teenagers develop friendship some of them develop negative social behavior and some of them develop good social behavior because some of them shows kindness and wants to develop friendship. But this interest on computer games also develops negative behavior like some teenagers fight because they could not accept that they lost the game. Another negative influence of computer games on social behavior of teenagers is that they tend to learn gambling, stealing money, cheating and become rude in socializing with others on their environment. There is no such thing as universal interest in our country. This is because interest of adolescents depends on their sex, intelligence and environment, in which they live the opportunities they have to develop that interest, what their peers interest, their families and many other factors. According to Adler interest is the innate need of all human beings to live in harmony and friendship with other and to aspire for the development of perfect society. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
Social scientists have had a decade in which to study the use of the computer by teenagers and adolescents. In a review article published in February, researchers Valkenburg and Peter (2009) found that the computer contrary to initial expectations seems largely to be of benefit to most adolescents. Computer Mediated Communications (CMC) stimulates self-disclosure. People who use a computer to communicate with someone else engage in more communications with that person, and the communication results in more intimate self-disclosure. The researcher found that studies that have look at online self-disclosure found that the more teens disclose online the more likely they are to report higher-quality friendships and more friendship-forming behaviors and the more likely they develop a good social behavior. But the researcher also found out that computers may have a negative effect on the social behavior of teenagers because they might adopt the attitude of the characters in the computer games that makes them become rude. We also know from previous research that in general, high-quality relationships can help promote happiness in our lives. Therefore, any tool or service that can help us improve and maintain...
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