The National Center for Youth Research at King Saud University has confirmed that excessive use of social media has multiple psychological and social repercussions, including increased anxiety, depression, a desire to isolate and an inability to communicate effectively with others, especially if the social media user is keen to follow the current events that have overcome Conflicts and turmoil, and to make the individual unable to independence in his thinking and decisions, he is always trying to know the opinions and comments of the participants, which affects the formation of his personality and its turmoil, and the center stressed that there is a lack of interest in the phenomenon of addiction to enter Mo Social networking has occurred in Saudi Arabia, and the use of social media is one of the new behaviors that has spread widely in Saudi society, while studies and research around it are few in view of its importance and its impact on children's personalities and family and community behaviors. In the light of those studies and realistic observations that the researcher has touched, the idea of the current research has emerged and crystallized from the study of the way youth use social media and its relationship to their self-management. The researcher will address some of the self-management skills which are (time management skill, effort management skill, income management skills, motivation to accomplish). Research aims: to study the relationship between the way youth use social media and their self-management, and some variables of the economic and social level. Results: - There is a positive correlation between the way youth use social media and all of "time management, effort management, income management, motivation for achievement, and total self-management." - There is a positive correlation between age and each of (the total youth use of social media, effort management, and total self-management). - There is a positive correlation statistically significant between the number of family members and each of (the total youth use of social media, time management, effort management, and total self-management).- There is a positive correlation between the educational level of the father and the motivation for achievement. - There is a positive correlation between the mother's educational level and the overall method of youth's use of social media, time management, and motivation for achievement). - There is no statistically significant relationship between the monthly income of the family and each of (the total youth use method of social media, time management, effort management, income management, total self-management. - There were no statistically significant differences between youth, females and males of the research sample in the total method of youth's use of social media and their total self-management. - There is a statistically significant variance in the method of using social media and the total self-management among the youth of the research sample, according to the time used to enter social media, in favor of using social media for a less time. - There is a statistically significant variance in the method of using social media and the total self-management among the youth of the research sample according to the social situation of the young man in favor of the matched youth.
Al-Nuwaiser, Amal Abdel-Rahman Hammoud
"Youth use of social media in relation to their self-management,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 10:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol10/iss2/6