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Self-Esteem

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Stephanie Lawson

on 12 December 2013

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Transcript of Self-Esteem

Self-Esteem
The Story Behind Our Topic
What is Self-Esteem?
It is a term that is used to reflect a person's overall emotional evaluation of his or her own worth.
Two Types of Self-Esteem
High self-esteem
These people know their strengths and weaknesses. They build their strengths and accept their weaknesses as a part of them (while still working on their weaknesses).
Hypothesis
We believe that those who used Facebook more would have a lower self-esteem, than those who did not use Facebook as frequently.
Kadian Brodley
Stephanie Lawson

It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self.
Low self-esteem
These people feed on negative thoughts and don’t indulge in self criticism
Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale
Questions directed towards Facebook

Experiment
Results
There was no significant difference between Facebook and self-esteem.
How Gender Correlates to Self-esteem
As a result of our study, we found a significant between gender and self-esteem.

Future research topic
Response bias
Lack of self-reflection
Simplicity of questionnaire
A questionnaire was given
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