Selfie Behavior in relation with Emotional Intelligence among Young Adults
Keywords:Selfitis, Selfie Behavior, Emotional Intelligence, social media, Emotions, Photography, Young Adults, Mood
AbstractSelfie taking is a trending among the younger generation to seek attention and approval from others, posting selfie photo has become one of their habitual processes in daily life. People express their emotions through the photos they pose. Most researchers found that Selfie behavior has a relationship with self-esteem, self-confidence, personality, narcissism, and other psychological variables. Selfie behavior plays a role on mood and emotions of an individual and has an impact on managing emotions. This research paper is conducted to fill the research gap in relation to selfie behavior and emotional intelligence. The research was conducted among 90 Young adult through convenience sampling method. The Selfitis behaviour scale (Balakrishnan ; Griffiths, 2017) and The Schutte Emotional Intelligence Test (Dr. Nicola Schutte, 1998) tools were used. After the analysis of the data, the findings of the research show significant relationship of selfie behavior and emotional intelligence.
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