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LASALLECOLLEGEANTIPOLOCORRELATION OF SELFIE AND SELF-ESTEEM A ThesisPresented to theFaculty of the Psychology DepartmentLa Salle College AntipoloIn Partial FulfillmentOf the Requirements for the DegreeBachelor of Science in PsychologyBy CARYL LOUISE B. ISUANNovember 2015
LASALLECOLLEGEANTIPOLOAcknowledgementA number of people cooperated unselfishly with the accomplishment of thisstudy. Grateful acknowledgement of their efforts is here extended with deepestappreciation.Mr. Desiderio Camitan IV, our professor, who made invaluable suggestionsand corrections and whose enabling guidance could not possibly be more warmlyappreciated. Also, we thank the faculty and staff of La Salle College Antipolo TertiaryEducation Unit for providing us the resources we need and sharing with us theirexpertise in their fields, especially Mr. Ven Victorio, our librarian, Likewise,thanks to our panelists,Ms. Ma. Lourdes J. Navarro and Ms. Judith Aimee P.Zapantafor the comments and suggestions that helped us improve our study. Toour Department Chair in Psychology, Ms. Ma. Joanna T. Añonuevoand to theAlumni of LSCA Psychology Societya big thanks. To our Friends and Family for supporting us in our endeavors, La SalleCollege Antipolo Psychology Society and above all, To our Omnipotent,Omniscient, Omnipresent God,indebted thanks.----The ResearchersTABLE OF CONTENTS
LASALLECOLLEGEANTIPOLOTitleiApproval SheetiiAcknowledgementiiiAbstractivPage Chapter 1IntroductionBackground of the Study1Review of Related Literature3Synthesis9Theoretical/Conceptual Framework11Statement of the Problem14Definition of Terms15Significance of the Study16Scope and Delimitation18Chapter 2MethodologyResearch Design20Sample and Sampling Design21Instruments21Data Gathering Procedure23Method of Analysis 24Chapter 3 Result and Discussion25Chapter 4 Conclusion and Recommendation34References38AppendicesA. SSES Scale/Selfie Questionnaire42B. Approval of SSES Scale 43C. Approval of Selfie Questionnaire 44D. Minor Assent Form 45E. Informed Consent 46F. Request Letter to School Dean 46Curriculum Vitae47
LASALLECOLLEGEANTIPOLOABSTRACTOne hundred (100) young female and male adolescents, with age rangingfrom 16-19 years old students from La Salle College Antipolo were surveyedto find out whether selfie has a significant relationship on self-esteem. Resultshows that adolescents at this age range tend to post selfies once (1) a monthand took selfies 2-3 times a week. Moreover, it showed that there is a strongsignificant relationship on selfie behavior and self-esteem of male respondentswhile female respondents results shows a weak relationship on selfie behaviorand self-esteem. Keywords: Selfie, Selfie behavior, Self-Esteem
LASALLECOLLEGEANTIPOLOCHAPTER IPROBLEM AND BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYIntroductionPhotography has become an increasingly public and social activity. Thedevelopment of camera phones had an impact on the advancement of the world ofmobile technology. With the recent innovations made to cell phones and the