Examination of the Relationship between Phubbing and Continuous Anger and Anger Expression Styles in Adults
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Keywords:Phubbing, sociotelism, continuous anger, anger expression styles, young adults
This research examines the relationship between phubbing (sociotelism) and continuous anger and anger expression styles. In addition, it aims to search whether there is a significant difference between phubbing and continuous anger and anger expression styles according to some demographic information of the sample. This research is a quantitative study and a relational survey model was used. This study was conducted on an online platform on 303 people, 188 female and 115 male men, between the ages of 18-64 living in Turkey. Demographic information form, phubbing scale, continuous anger and anger expression scales were used in this study. In the data analysis, Pearson correlation coefficient, independent groups t-test, Anova and post-hoc test were used. According to the findings, it is seen that there is a significant correlation between phubbing and continuous anger and anger expression styles. At the same time, analyzes were made with the demographic information obtained from the sample and some findings were found. As a result of the literature review, not many studies were found about these two variables in Turkey. No research has been studied these variables together; from this aspect, the research is important for the literature. This study was expected to be a guiding study for the future researches.
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