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Correlation Study on Undergraduates’ Internet Altruistic Behavior, Self-Concept and Inter-Personal Relation

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Purposes: To study the relation among self-concept, inter-personal relation and internet altruistic behavior. Methods: Adopt internet altruistic behavior scale, TSCS, inter-personal relation scale to test177 in-school undergraduates. Results: Difference of total score of internet altruistic behavior and its factor scores in students of different genders, grades and only child and child with siblings is not significant (p > .05). There are differences in major among dimensions of internet sharing and internet guidance (p < .05); and the scores of art students are higher than those of engineering students; psychological self has a significant correlation with internet supporting; social self has a significant correlation with total scores of internet altruistic behavior, internet supporting and internet reminding, but the total scores of self-concept have no significant correlation with the total scores of internet altruistic behavior and its factor scores. Internet altruistic behavior has a significant correlation with inter-personal relation.

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Liu, H. , Huang, X. , Du, B. and Wu, P. (2014) Correlation Study on Undergraduates’ Internet Altruistic Behavior, Self-Concept and Inter-Personal Relation. Advances in Applied Sociology, 4, 128-133. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.44016.

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