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Descriptives
Descriptive Statistics
Age Track
Valid 50 50
Missing 0 0

Frequencies

Frequencies for Age


Age Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative Percent
15 2 4.0 4.0 4.0
16 19 38.0 38.0 42.0
17 29 58.0 58.0 100.0
Missing 0 0.0
Total 50 100.0

Frequencies for Track


Track Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative Percent
Grade-10 41 82.0 82.0 82.0
Grade-9 9 18.0 18.0 100.0
Missing 0 0.0
Total 50 100.0

Descriptives
Descriptive Statistics
MB1 MB2 MB3 MB4 MB5 MB
Valid 50 50 50 50 50 50
Missing 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mean 3.880 3.840 4.020 3.860 3.560 3.832
Descriptives
Descriptive Statistics
SLB1 SLB2 SLB3 SLB4 SLB5 SLB
Valid 50 50 50 50 50 50
Missing 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mean 4.100 3.840 3.360 3.600 3.300 3.640

Descriptives
Descriptive Statistics
RO1 RO2 RO3 RO4 RO5 RO
Valid 50 50 50 50 50 50
Missing 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mean 4.060 4.000 3.660 3.600 4.100 3.884

Correlation Matrix
Spearman Correlations
Spearman's rho p
Age - MB -0.171 0.234
Age - SLB -0.110 0.449
Age - RO -0.106 0.466
MB - SLB 0.066 0.650
MB - RO 0.128 0.378
SLB - RO 0.029 0.842

Independent Samples T-Test


Independent Samples T-Test
t df p
MB 1.337 48.00 0.187
SLB -1.406 48.00 0.166
RO 1.107 48.00 0.274 ᵃ
Independent Samples T-Test
t df p
Note. Student's t-test.
ᵃ Levene's test is significant (p < .05), suggesting a violation of the equal variance assumption
Profile Frequency Percentage Rank

Age

15 2 4.0 3

16 19 38.0 2

17 29 58.0 1

Grade

9 9 82.0 2

10 41 18.0 1

Table 1: The difference between the respondents profile


Weighted
Moral behavior towards Facebook application Interpretation Rank
mean
1. Using false identity, something which
enables them to do wrong things 3.88 Often 2
without being identified
2. Develop their self-identity. Choosing a
3.84 Often 4
profile photo, listing likes and dislikes.
3. Social media helps me relieve stress
because when I post the stressor
4.20 Always 1
friends and my family post comforting
comments.
4. Facebook elevates my social status
and earns me respect among my
3.86 Often 3
peers, since I have many followers
both in Facebook.
5. Don’t need an adult to supervise when
using for instance mobile phone on 3.56 Often 5
Facebook.

Weighted
Student learning behavior Interpretation Rank
mean
1. Using Facebook to get hold of or get to
4.10 Often 1
know classmates better
2. Use Facebook to help facilitate group
communication and to get help with their 3.84 Often 2
assignments or ideas for projects.
3. Using Facebook for curricular purposes in
different ways. (Students joined groups
that helped them communicate with other
members that belonged to their on-
3.36 Moderate 4
campus organizations. They posted
events and reminders about upcoming
events. It is also allowed the students to
friend each other.)
4. Using Facebook groups to provide such
information as class hours, upcoming 3.60 Often 3
events, and deadline reminders.
5. Using Facebook for collaborative
3.30 Moderate 5
purposes without cheating.
Relationship to others Weighted Interpretation Rank
mean
1. Using Facebook to keep in touch with 4.06 Often 2
my family.
2. Using Facebook to communicate with 4.00 Often 3
friends
3. Using Facebook to network with new 3.66 Often 4
people
4. Using Facebook for entertainment. 3.60 Often 5
Specifically logged on to view other
people’s picture when was bored and
viewed my friends.
5. Using Facebook to know what I’m 4.10 Often 1
doing and feeling by the others.
Difference between the respondents formation of attitude of junior high school students
Test p- Relationship
statistics value
Age- Moral Behavior -0.17 0.23
Age- Students Learning Behavior 0.11 0.44
Age –Relationship to Ohers -0.10 0.46

Relationship between the respondents profile and the extent of their attitude of their
junior high school students
Test p- Relationship
statistics value
Moral Behavior –Students Learning Behavior 0.06 0.65
Moral Behavior –Relationship to Others 0.12 0.37

Relationship between respondent’s profile and the extent of their attitude of their
academic performance
test statistics p- Relationship
value
Students Learning Behavior –Relationship to 0.02 0.84
Ohers

Relationship between the extents of Facebook implication on social behavior of the


respondents
Test p- Relationship
statistics value
Moral Behavior 1.33 0.18
Students Learning Behavior -1.40 0.16
Relationship to Others 1.10 0.27

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