Identity Orientation Dimensions as Correlates of Cyber-Aggressive Behaviour among Undergraduates

Authors : Nwokedi blessing chidimma

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 4 - April

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The increasing use of the internet has transformed the process of human socialisation. The internet provides people with anonymity, where one can hide under the veil of anonymity to perpetrate evil to another with the intention of not getting caught. Cyberaggression as one of the dangers of the wrongful use of internet is the major concern of this work. Cyberaggression can be seen as a 21st century hurting behaviour because it is wide speared. This study investigated identity orientation dimensions (personal, relational, social, and collective) as correlates of cyberaggressive behaviour among undergraduates. The participants for this study comprised of 204 undergraduates, consisting of ninety-seven (97) male (47.3%) and one hundred and seven (107) female (52.7%). Their age ranged from 18-29 years with a mean age of 19.98 and a standard deviation of 2.33

Keywords : Identity Orientation Dimensions, CyberAggressive Behaviour and Undergraduates.


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