Primary Data: Survey and InterviewSecondary Data: Online newspaper articlesPrimary Data:Survey: I surveyed a group of 30 students of North south university. The groupconsisted of equal number of male and female respondents .My questionnaire includedtotal of 8 questions all related to my research topic. The primary data are presented inthe form of charts in percentage.Interview: I had a short interview session with Md. Shaphawat Hossain,assistant student counselor of North South University. He clearly stated his opinionabout the ongoing selfies trend and its relationship with front-camera quality.Secondary Data:
Front-camera and selfie 11Online Newspaper Articles: I looked up for online reference material that arerelated to my topic and used few of the online articles as my secondary data.Data Presentation and AnalysisI have carried out a survey amongst 30 students with equal number of male andfemale respondents. Through the research I got to know the relationship between front-camera quality and selfies and its importance to people.In my hypothesis I claimed that women buy smartphones considering its front-camera quality. So, in order to test my claim I asked 15 men and 15 women whetherthey purchase smartphones considering its front-camera quality or not.
Front-camera and selfie 12YesNo0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%30%90%70%10%Do you buy smartphones considering its front camera?MenWomenFigure 1: Percentage of respondent considering front-cameraIn respond to my question, out of 30 respondents that said ‘Yes’ that they doconsider front-camera quality while choosing their phone the majority 70% of them werewomen and only 30% of them were men. In contrast, from the 30 respondents that said‘No’ that they don’t consider front-camera quality while choosing their phone the majority90% were men and only 10% were women.So, the majority of women considers the front-camera quality while purchasingphone and in contrast majority of men do not care about front-camera quality whilemaking the purchase. Thus front-camera quality plays a major role especially for women
Front-camera and selfie 13while choosing their smartphones. So, this partially supports my hypothesis as my claimproved to be correct. As front-camera is mostly used to click selfies, so I really wanted to know therelationship between front-camera quality and selfies, and therefore I asked therespondents about their opinion whether good front-camera quality helps to click goodto selfies or not.Figure 2: Percentage of people opinion about good front-camera and selfies.In respond to the question the majority 53.33% strongly agreed that good front-camera quality helps to click good selfies. Following that, 36.67% respondents agreed
Front-camera and selfie 14to it, 6.67% respondents said neutral and only 3.33% people disagreed, but none of therespondents had not strongly disagreed with it.