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Title:FACEBOOK IN PARTNERSKI ODNOSI: Vloga uporabe Facebooka in stilov navezanosti v partnerskih odnosih pri izražanju in doživljanju ljubosumja na Facebooku
Authors:Fermišek, Neja (Author)
Musil, Bojan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Pastirk, Samo (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Fermisek_Neja_2016.pdf (1,02 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Popularnost Facebooka je v zadnjih nekaj letih izrazito narastla, vendar kljub temu njegov vpliv na partnerske odnose še zmeraj ostaja relativno neraziskan. Magistrsko delo ugotavlja, kako je uporaba Facebooka povezana z ljubosumjem in nadzorom partnerja na Facebooku ter z zadovoljstvom v samem partnerskem odnosu. Ker pa je romantična ljubezen proces navezanosti, se nam je prav tako zdelo pomembno, da v empiričnem delu raziščemo povezavo med različnimi stili navezanosti in ljubosumjem na Facebooku. V raziskavi je sodelovalo 490 oseb (94 moških in 396 žensk), starih med 17 in 55 let, ki so izpolnili vprašalnik, sestavljen iz Lestvice intenzivnosti uporabe Facebooka – FBI, Vprašalnika medosebnih odnosov – RQ, Vprašalnika navezanosti v bližnjih odnosih – ECR-R, Lestvice ljubosumja na Facebooku – FJS ter Lestvice ocene partnerskega odnosa – RAS. Statistična analiza je pokazala, da sta intenzivnost uporabe Facebooka in ljubosumje na Facebooku pozitivno povezana. Tisti, ki na Facebooku dnevno preživijo do 30 minut, so izražali nižjo stopnjo ljubosumja kot tisti, ki na Facebooku dnevno preživijo več kot 60 minut. Razlike glede na spol se niso pokazale kot statistično pomembne. Ljubosumje in nadzor partnerja na Facebooku sta se izkazala za močno pozitivno povezana. Rezultati analize so med drugim pokazali, da je zadovoljstvo v partnerskem odnosu negativno povezano z ljubosumjem na Facebooku, medtem ko med zadovoljstvom v partnerskem odnosu in intenzivnostjo uporabe Facebooka ni povezave. Pri stilih navezanosti in ljubosumju na Facebooku smo ugotovili, da so osebe višje na lestvici ljubosumja na Facebooku kot prevladujoči stil navezanosti pogosteje izbrale enega izmed ne-varnih stilov (plašljivo-izogibajoč, preokupiran), v primerjavi z osebami nižje na lestvici ljubosumja, ki so za prevladujoči stil najpogosteje izbrale varen stil navezanosti. Rezultati vsekakor kažejo na pomembnost raziskovanja povezave Facebooka in partnerskih odnosov v nadaljnjih raziskavah.
Keywords:partnerski odnosi, ljubosumje, stili navezanosti, varen stil, plašljivo-izogibajoč stil, preokupiran (ambivalenten) stil, odklonilno-izogibajoč stil, uporaba Facebooka, nadzor partnerja na Facebooku, zadovoljstvo v partnerskem odnosu
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[N. Fermišek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:159.922.1:316.472.4(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22925832 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:UKTUKHFT
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Language:English
Title:FACEBOOK AND ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS: The Role of Facebook Use and Forms of Attachment Styles in Romantic Relationships in Wxpressing and Experiencing Jealousy on Facebook
Abstract:Although Facebook's popularity has distinctly increased in the last few years, its influence within relationships stays relatively unexplored. This thesis discusses the connection between the use of Facebook and jealousy, supervising one’s partner on this social network and general satisfaction within a relationship. Since romantic love is a form of attachment processes, we believe it was imperative to research the connection between different forms of attachment and jealousy on Facebook in the empirical part of this thesis. 490 people (94 males and 396 females) participated in the research, aged between 17 and 55, who completed a questionnaire, which consisted of the Facebook Intensity Scale – FBI, the Relationship Questionnaire – RQ, the Experiences in Close Relationships Revised Questionnaire – ECR-R, the Facebook Jealousy Scale – FJS and the Relationship Assessment Scale – RAS. Statistical analysis showed a positive correlation between the intensity of Facebook use and jealousy. Those, who daily spend 30 minutes on Facebook, expressed a lower level of jealousy than those, who daily spend 60 minutes or more on this social network. Gender differences proved statistically irrelevant. Jealousy and supervising one’s partner on Facebook indicated a strong positive correlation. While the results showed that satisfaction within a relationship is in negative correlation with jealousy on this social media, there is no correlation between a relationship and intensity of Facebook use. Regarding forms of attachment and jealousy on Facebook, we have discovered that those, who are higher on the jealousy scale, more frequently chose one of the unsecure forms of attachment (fearful avoidant, preoccupied) as the prevailing one, while people lower on the jealousy scale, most often chose a secure form of attachment as their prevailing one. The results certainly point to the importance of researching the connection between Facebook and relationships in the future.
Keywords:romantic relationships, jealousy, forms of attachment, secure attachment, fearful avoidant attachment, preoccupied (ambivalent) attachment, dismissive avoidant attachment, Facebook use, partner surveillance on Facebook, relationship satisfaction


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