Kim Maertz said, researcher believes that perfectionism also can affect self esteem level. This is because, Chufar & Pettijohn (2013) found adaptive perfectionist may have higher self esteem than maladaptive perfectionist. Dr. Kim Maertz also mentioned if we want to increasing self esteem, we should let go of perfectionism. Some people will decrease the level of self esteem if their achievement not up to their expectation. So, to raising back self esteem level, we need to lower the expectations and by doing so, our self esteem can soar.
In addition to having a bad effects, social media also has a good effects. the bad effect is a person can be lazy and tend to delay work , become anti social , and cyberbullying. And good effects is more easier to communicate with other people , easily to share and seek information , and also be a source of employment and source of income for a person If we use social media carefully, we maybe able to avoid the negative effects of social media. it is all depends on how we use it. And we should be more wise in using social media and be careful in socializing in social
A person with internal locus of control may respond more to modeling rather than enactive mastery because like modeling they believe they are in control of their environment. However a person with external locus of control believes that enactive mastery experiences are by luck and also tend to reject modeling. For people with external locus of control, internal locus of control can be increased by enactive mastery and verbal persuasion. But more research is needed to determine what produces the highest self-efficacy and performance improvement. Equal employment opportunity (EEO) is relevant to self-efficacy, in context of EEO general self esteem (not task specific) is different than self-efficacy (task specific).
Social media is a great tool for society; it was reported in Penard’s article that it makes people happier and also allows for global communication and connection. However, social media leads to stress and anxiety because of the constant worry for getting a notification or creating the perfect image on social media. Social media is a platform for social interactions that can increase happiness but it also can cause depression and anxiety from social media interaction. Each source is valid and invalid in its own unique way. The negative article on social media portrays social media as a depressive, inclusive and harmful to the emotions of a human.
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube ... who has not heard of these websites of social media? Everywhere you turn today, the emphasis is on social networking and on-line connection. These popular websites have millions of users who spend 22 percent of their time online, according to the Nielsen Company. People of all ages are now tuning in to this form of interactive dialogue as a means of communication with others. But not this form of communication and socialization have a price?
When people have a high degree of trust, they tend to perceive less of the risk that they may face when conducting online shopping. For that reason, Trust has a negative influence on Perceived – Risk. On the other hand, Trust has a positive impact on Attitude – Intention. As a matter of fact, customers often take action when they are having a high level of trust on the brands that they are going to buy. Therefore, Trust will enhance positively customers’ attitude and intention.
What is social media? “Social media is an internet-based form of communication. Social media platforms allow users to have conversations, share information and create web content” (University Communication and Marketing, 2017). There are many types of social media, for example, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Blogger, and more. As days go by, social media is getting more popular among the young generation.
This is another big advantage of social media. It makes a person active all the day as he can share his thoughts, photos and also can be in touch with his family, friends etc. So this social media is a big platform which makes the individuals to interact with each other. With the advent of new technology social media allows consumers to present themselves using digital rather than physical, referents in order to create an
In a study done by Pew Research Center it reveals, “Of the 1,787 internet user in that group,, 47% used social networking sites” (McMillan 7-8). Many people use social media regularly. But not only do people use social media to like pictures, they also use it to make friends. Further information from the Pew study shows: “There’s… been a rise in the number of close friendships people are reporting” (McMillan 12-13). There is a clear link between the number of people using social media and the growing number of friendships reported.
To have a large number of friends may be seen has a negative relationship with social support (Kim & Lee, 2011) and may interfere with the sharing process among users due to privacy and social monitoring aspects (Brandzaeg, Luders & Skjetne, 2010). Although social networking sites provide an ideal platform for establishing and managing