Author(s): Amean A. Yasir, Gossoon J. Elywy, Mohammed M. Radhi

Email(s): varalakshmiellappan2016@gmail.com.

DOI: 10.5958/0974-360X.2018.00810.7   

Address: Amean A. Yasir1, Gossoon J. Elywy2, Mohammed M. Radhi3
1College of Nursing/University of Babylon/Iraq
2College of Nursing/University of Thi-Qar/Iraq
3Technical Institute-Kut/Middle Technical University/Iraq
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 11,      Issue - 10,     Year - 2018


ABSTRACT:
Background: Social networking sites such as Facebook have become known as the new social media, which is witnessing a dynamic movement of phase and spread. It was initially a virtual community on a narrow and limited, and then gradually increased from a written textual tool an audio-visual media tool that influences the decisions and responses of those affected by pressure from the influential force that influences the personal patterns of the individual (audio, visual, sensory). Objectives: To identify the development of social responsibility among Kut Technical Institute students. And to determine the association between the impact of social media network sites and student's their development of social responsibility. Methodology: A descriptive study was conducted on (400) student's at Kut Technical Institute in Wasit Governorate. By a non-probability sampling approach and self-administrative questionnaire, data are collected from those who studded in all department of Kut Technical Institute. The questionnaire composed of three section, it includes: demographic data, social media, and social responsibility development. Data are analyzed through the used descriptive an inferential approach. Results:The indicate that(95.3%) of participants are interested with social mediaand (52%) of them are Face-book interaction and consuming a three hours daily on their mobile. Fifty-eight percentage of students their social responsibility are impact with social media. In addition, the social media have been a high significant associations with students their development of social responsibility at p-value (<0.0.5). Conclusions: Most of the participants are interested with the social media and mostly used mobile device. Its consuming three hours time daily and in browsing face-book. It is also, students have been moderately social responsibly. In addition, social media have been affects students development their social responsibly. Recommendations: Decision makers need to be raise awareness among young people about the role of social networking sites and their impact on the development of their personalities and guide them to the optimal use of social networking sites. And it is also, need to hold training courses and circulated in schools for young people aimed at developing their skills in the recruitment of social networking sites in the service of their issues and the most important aspect is the use of those sites for study purposes.


Cite this article:
Amean A. Yasir, Gossoon J. Elywy, Mohammed M. Radhi. Assessment the Development of Social Responsibility among Sample of (Kut Technical Institute, Iraq) Students and its Relation to Social Media Network Sites. Research J. Pharm. and Tech 2018; 11(10): 4426-4430. doi: 10.5958/0974-360X.2018.00810.7


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