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 JSS  Vol.2 No.5 , May 2014
Network Misconduct of College Students and Regulatory Emotional Self-Efficacy
Abstract: Purposes: Analyze characteristics of network misconduct of college students and study its correlation with regulatory emotional self-efficacy through scale survey of network misconduct of college students. Methods: Conduct the test on 1321 college students by using the scale of network misconduct and regulatory emotional self-efficacy of college students. SPSS was used to compile effective data. Statistical analysis was made using descriptive statistics, independent sample t test and one-way analysis of variance. Results: 1) M ± SD for network words anomie, study anomie and infringement are: 8.76 ± 2.07; 7.40 ± 2.17; 5.21 ± 2.16. 2) There are significant differences of network misconduct of college students on genders, education levels, majors and grades. (t = 12.510, p < 0.001; t = 50.957, P < 0.001; t = 23.840, p < 0.001; t = 28.576, P < 0.001). 3) Conclusions of significantly negative correlation between regulatory emotional self-efficacy and network misconduct (r = -0.134, p < 0.01). For college student, network misconduct includes network words anomie, study anomie and infringement behavior, among which, network words anomie is more prominent; and self-efficacy concerning college students’ emotion regulation has significantly negative correlation with network misconduct.
Cite this paper: Liu, H. and Du, B. (2014) Network Misconduct of College Students and Regulatory Emotional Self-Efficacy. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 114-119. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.25023.
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