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청소년의 자기애성향과 SNS이용행동의 관계에서 SNS이용동기의 매개효과

Title
청소년의 자기애성향과 SNS이용행동의 관계에서 SNS이용동기의 매개효과
Other Titles
The Mediation of Motives for SNS Use in the Relationship between Narcissistic Tendencies and SNS Behaviors in Adolescents
Author
김현수
Keywords
자기애 성향; 청소년; SNS이용동기; SNS이용행동; narcissistic tendencies; adolescents; motive for SNS use; SNS behaviors
Issue Date
2019-10
Publisher
한국아동심리치료학회
Citation
한국아동심리치료학회지, v. 14, no. 3, Page. 77-96
Abstract
This study aims to understand the relationship between narcissistic tendencies in adolescents and their SNS behaviors (posting, sharing, reassurance-seeking, and scrolling newsfeed), with a particular interest in the possible mediating role of adolescent interpersonal and social-avoidance motives for SNS use. To do this, a survey was conducted on 303 students from three different middle schools in Seoul. Correlation analysis and mediation analysis using SPSS Process Macro were performed on the data collected. The results were as follows. Narcissistic tendencies in adolescents were found to be positively correlated with interpersonal and social-avoidance motives, and posting, sharing, and reassurance-seeking behaviors while being negatively correlated with scrolling behaviors. Likewise, the two motives for SNS use were found to be positively correlated with posting, sharing, and reassurance-seeking behaviors and negatively correlated with scrolling behaviors. Next, mediation analyses were conducted with gender and weekly amount of SNS screen time as controlling variables. For posting and reassurance seeking behaviors, a partial mediation of both interpersonal and social-avoidance motives was found while a full mediation of both motives was found for sharing behaviors. On the other hand, for scrolling, narcissistic tendencies were only partially mediated by the interpersonal motive, and not at all by the social- avoidance motive. This study verifies positive effects of narcissistic tendencies on posting, sharing, and reassurance-seeking SNS behaviors and a negative one on scrolling behaviors and further supports the hypothesis for the mediating role of interpersonal and/or social-avoidance motives for SNS use in these effects.
URI
http://scholar.dkyobobook.co.kr/searchDetail.laf?barcode=4050027434711#https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/154151
ISSN
1975-9290
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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION[S](교육대학원) > ETC
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