Prokrastinering i form av medieanvändning : En jämförelsestudie kring kön och sysselsättning
Sammanfattning: Procrastination has long been a problem for many. Whether it is school work, training or something else, most individuals have experienced that they deliberately postpone a task for a later occasion. This phenomenon has in recent time been integrated into our society in a negative way. In our media-centered society we are becoming more connected where nowadays almost all of Sweden's population has access to the internet. Technology has brought many opportunities, but it has also opened up for new ways to procrastinate. This study aimed to investigate procrastination in the form of media usage by a large target group. We intended to find out eventual differences in procrastination habits between the sexes, but also between workers and students. Previous research has already shown that procrastination differs with age and occupation. With this in mind we seek to answer the question: Which digital media does people use when they procrastinate and on which technical platforms does this happen? In order to answer this question, we conducted a preliminary study on a smaller group of people to get a better understanding of what matters were relevant in this context. This preliminary study then formed the basis for a survey of 91 participants. The results showed clear differences between both men and women and between students and workers. Differences regarding both media usage and procrastination habits were seen where some differences were more notable than others. The result confirms previous studies in several aspects and gives us some insight into how different procrastination habits might look.
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