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Teleshopping, Electronic commerce, Stress, Psychological.
The implementation of restrictions due to the COVID-19 virus has forced public places, such as businesses, to limit physical contact to prevent the spread of the virus, which also prompted people to switch to utilize online shopping applications. This research aims to determine the level of perception of the DLSMHSI-SHSSHS students into online shopping as a coping mechanism to stress in terms of motivational, behavioral and emotional aspects, while considering the factors that urge the respondents to shop online during this time of the pandemic. A survey disseminated to the respondents is divided into four sections: introductory section, motivational perspective, behavioral perspective, and emotional perspective that seeks to provide results in the research. The findings imply that the respondents view online shopping to brighten their moods often, to boost their self-esteem at times, and lastly, to trigger their emotions positively frequently as a coping mechanism to stress during this time of the pandemic. Accordingly, the study has presented data on the perception of the students on online shopping as a coping mechanism to stress during this time of pandemic where the respondents mainly shop online for necessities, followed by relieving boredom and stress.
Arbiol, K. M., Hernandez, J. P., Loya, C. C., San Diego, N. I., & Torres, J. D. (2021). A quantitative study on the perception level of the DLSMHSI-SHSSHS students on online shopping as a coping mechanism to stress during this time of the pandemic. [Research output, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/grade_12/249