Effect of personal characteristics on Chinese high school students’ Internet self-efficacy

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Yan Li
Qianxiang Zhao
Cite this article:  Li, Y., & Zhao, Q. (2013). Effect of personal characteristics on Chinese high school students’ Internet self-efficacy. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 41(10), 1717-1724.


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We explored the relationship between personal characteristics and Internet self-efficacy (ISE) in Chinese high school students. Hsu and Chiu’s (2004) ISE scale was completed by 496 randomly selected students from 7 high schools. Results indicated that their ISE was moderately high and that urban students had higher ISE than did rural students, male students had higher ISE than did female students, students who had a computer at home had higher ISE than did students who did not, and students whose parents had a high level of education had higher ISE than did students whose parents had a low level of education.

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