GASPRO International Journal of Eminent Scholars
FACEBOOK AND WHATSAPP AS CORRELATES OF DRESS SENSE OF FEMALE STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY OF UYO
The study sought to find out Facebook and WhatsApp as correlates of dress sense of female students in university of Uyo. The study was guided by two objectives, two research questions and two hypotheses. Survey research design was adopted for the study. The area of the study was University of Uyo, Uyo in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. The population of the study was approximately 10000 female undergraduate students but the sample size was 370 female students using the simple random sampling technique. A structured questionnaire titled The Influence of social media on Dress Sense of Female student in University of Uyo, Questionnaire (SMDSFS) was used for data collection of this study. The study employed descriptive and statistical methods through the use of mean, standard deviation was used to analyze the research questions while Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was used to analyze the null hypotheses of at 0.05 level of significance. From the study it was concluded that there is significant influence of Facebook on the dress sense of female students in the University of Uyo and no significant influence of WhatsApp on the dress sense of female students in the University of Uyo. One of the recommendations made from the study is that Student should have contacts of their classmates and senior colleagues on WhatsApp. This platform allows them to chart, create WhatsApp groups for online education relates tutoring, discussion and information.
KEYWORDS: Dress Sense, social media, Facebook, WhatsApp and University of Uyo.
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