Title

Cyberbullying experiences and self-esteem of DLSHSI students.

Date of Completion

2015

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

Keywords

Cyberbullying, Self-Esteem

Abstract

The study used correlational research design using relationship study. Using quota sampling technique, 460 respondents were chosen from De La Salle Health Sciences Institute. The study used the cyber victimization and bully assessment tools and the Rosenberg self-esteem scale. The statistical treatments used were frequency, percentage, mean, analysis of variance, t-test for independent means and Pearson’s correlation coefficient. The data gathering was done in three (3) weeks. Based on the results, majority of the respondents are adults, female, first year students and from the degree program X. Most of the respondents have a very low experience as a cybervictim and as a cyberbully. The respondents have an average self-esteem. Age, gender, year level and coded degree program are significantly related to experiences as a cyberbully. Age, gender, year level and coded degree program are significantly related in the self-esteem of the respondents. Respondents with high level of experiences as cybervictim have a low-self-esteem revealing high significance between cyberbullying and self-esteem. On the other hand, there is no significant relationship between experience as cyberbully and self-esteem.

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