performance. Week IV & Week V = Assessing the level of electronic gadget excessive use, family interaction and their level of academic performance. Week IV = Assessing the level of electronic gadget excessive use, family interaction and their level of academic performance. PLAN FOR DATA ANALYSIS: The data analysis was planned according to the objectives of the study by using descriptive and inferential statistics. Descriptive Statistics: Frequency, percentage and mean were used for the analysis of electronic gadget excessive use. Inferential Statistics: Correlation was used to find out the relationship between electronic gadget excessive used and academic performance and chi-square test was used to find the association between electronic gadget excessive use and demographic variables.
35 PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS: The investigator obtained approval from the dissertation committee of the college. The consent was obtained from all the study samples and data collected was kept confidential. Assurance was given to the study samples that anonymity of each individual would be maintained.
36 CHAPTER IV DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION This chapter deals with the description of the sample, analysis, and interpretation of the data collected and the achievement of the objectives of the study. The data collected was analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics which are necessary to provide a substantive summary of results in research to the objectives. The data collected was tabulated and presented as follows Section – I: The section deals with the demographic characteristics (Table 1). Section – II: The gives the description regarding the level of electronic gadget use (Table 2). Section – III: The gives the description regarding the level of academic performance (Table 3). Section – IV: The gives the description regarding the level of family interaction (Table 4). Section – V: The gives the description regarding the correlation between electronic gadgets excessive use and family interaction (Table 5).
37 Section – VI: The gives the description regarding the correlation between electronic gadgets excessive use and academic performance (Table 6). Section – VII: This provides the association between cell phone and demographic variables (Table 7a). Section – VIII: This provides the association between television and demographic variables (Table 7b). Section – IX: This provides the association between video games and demographic variables (Table 7c). Section – X: This provides the association between internet and demographic variables (Table 7d).
38 SECTION – 1 Table 1: Distribution of adolescents based on their demographic variables. N=100 Demographic variables F % Age (in years) a)13-16 yrs 36 36 b) 16-18 yrs 64 64 Sex a) Male 73 73 b) Female 27 27 Standard a) 9 th 20 20 b) 10 th 10 10 c) 11 th 35 35 d) 12 th 35 35 Education of Father a) Illiterate 3 3 b) Primary 3 3 c) High/Higher Secondary 11 11 d) Diploma/degree 83 83 Education of Mother a) Illiterate 1 1 b) Primary - - c) High/Higher Secondary 17 17 d) Diploma/degree 82 82
39 Occupation of father a) Coolie - - b) Businessman 26 26 c)
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