Effects of Internet on Psychogenic and Emotional Wellbeing of Prospective Teachers
Keywords:Internet effects, Internet websites, students’ health, Internet addiction, Therapeutic strategies
The current study intended to explore the effects of internet on psychogenic and emotional wellbeing of prospective teachers. The researchers prepared the objectives and research questions to explore the effects of internet on psychogenic and emotional wellbeing of prospective teachers. This research was quantitative and descriptive in nature. The population of the study comprised of nineteen hundred and fifty-seven students at the University of Education, Lahore. The sample consisted of 1000 prospective teachers from 9 different departments. The sampling technique was random sampling. The questionnaire was adopted by the researchers for the purpose of collecting data. Questionnaire comprised of 25 questions. After collection of data each question was given a code. After coding data were entered into statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) version 15.0. Frequencies and percentages of items were calculated to find out prospective teacher’s responses towards each statement. Chi-square test was used to explore comparison between items and demographic variables (gender, age, department, degree, program, shift and semester).
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