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Analysis and interpretation Table -1 Table showing the age group of the respondents S.

no 1 2 3 4 Age group 8-17 years 18-30 years 31-40 years Above 40 years Total No .of respondents 54 76 42 28 200 Percentage 27 38 21 14 100

Source : Primary data Interpretation: The above table shows that out of 200 respondent 27% of respondents belongs the age group 8-17 years ,followed by 38% of respondents belong the age group 18-30 years,21% of respondent belong to the age group 31-40 and 14% of respondents are belong the age group of above 40 years. Majority of the respondent belong to the age group of 18-30 years.

Table -2 Table showing the gender of the respondents Gender Male Female Total Source : primary data s. no 1 2 No. of respondents 110 90 200 Percentage 55 45 100

Interpretation: The above table indicate that out of 200 respondent 55% of respondents are male and 45% of respondents are female. Majority of the respondents are male.

no 1 2 3 4 Education No.42% of the respondents are under graduate. Table.4 Table showing the education of the respondents S .Table -3 Table showing the marital status of the respondents S. of respondents 52 148 200 Percentage 26 74 100 Married Unmarried Total Source : Primary data Interpretation: The above table show that out of 200 respondents 26% of the respondents are married and 74% of the respondents are unmarried. Majority of the respondents are under graduate. . 28% of the respondents are post graduate and 10% of the respondents are professional. Majority of the respondents are unmarried. of respondent 40 84 56 20 200 percentage 20 42 28 10 100 School level Under graduate Post graduate Professional Total Source: Primary data Interpretation: The above table shows that out of 200 respondents 20% of the respondents are school level. no 1 2 Marital status No .

Majority of the respondents are student.Table -5 Table showing the occupation of the respondents S . no 1 2 3 4 No . 17% of the respondents are professional. 25% of the respondents are business and 3% of the respondents are private employees. Table -6 Table showing the income level of the respondents Income 5000-10000 11000-20000 21000.30000 Above 3000 Total Source : Primary data Interpretation: S.of respondents 110 35 60 5 200 Percentage 55 17 25 3 100 Student Professional Business Private employees Others Total Source : Primary data Interpretation: The above table indicate that 55% of the respondents are students.no 1 2 3 4 5 Occupation No .of respondents 18 40 58 84 200 Percentage 9 20 29 42 100 .

2% of the respondents preferring linkedin . Table -8 Table showing the tool for social networking Social networking tool 1 Pc 2 Laptop 3 Mobile 4 Other Total Source : Primary data S. 13% of the respondents preferring twitter. 20% of the respondents are 11000.20000. 29% of the respondents are 21000-30000 and 42% of the respondents are above 30000.no No.no No .of respondents 110 60 27 3 200 Percentage 55 30 13 2 100 Interpretation: The above table show that 55% of the respondents are preferring face book. Majority of the respondents preferring face book. 30% of the respondents preferring orkut. of respondents 24 107 69 200 Percentage 12 54 34 100 . Majority of the respondents are above 3000 Table -7 Table showing the mostly preferring site Mostly preferring site 1 Face book 2 Orkut 3 Twitter 4 Linkedin Total Source : Primary data S .The above table shows that 9% of the respondents are 5000-10000.

5 17.no No . 54% of the respondents preferring the laptop tool and 34% of the respondents are preferring the of mobile.5 6 100 . Table -10 Table showing the using hours of social networking Using hours (per day) 1 1-2 hours 2 2-4 hours 3 4-6 hours 4 More than 6 hours Total Source : Primary data S . Majority of the respondents are using network for above 3 years. 17.5 11.5% of the respondents using network for less than a year.of respondents 5 35 50 110 200 Percentage 2.no 1 2 3 4 No . 25% of the respondents are using network for 2-3 years and 55% of the respondents are using network for above 3 years.5 25 55 100 Interpretation: The above table shows that 2.of respondents 90 75 23 12 200 Percentage 45 37. Majority of the respondents are preferring the tool of laptops. Table -9 Table showing the usage of social networking Usage of social networking Less than a year 1-2 years 2-3 years Above 3 years Total Source : Primary data S .Interpretation: The above table indicate that 12% of the respondents preferring the pc tool.5% of the respondents are using network for 1-2 years.

Table -12 Table showing the friends in profile S.no No .6:00 2 6:01 .of respondents 8 32 90 70 200 Percentage 4 16 45 35 100 Interpretation: The above table shows that 4% of the respondents are accessing the network at the time of 1:00-6. Majority of the respondents are accessing their network for 12:01-18:00. 16% of the respondents are accessing network at the time of 6:0112:00. of respondents 15 17 70 98 200 Percentage 7.5 8. Table -11 Table showing the access of social networking in a day Access of social net working in a day 1 1:00 . 11.00.12:00 3 12:01 – 18:00 4 18:01 – 24:00 Total Source : Primary data S . Majority of the respondents are using 1-2 hours per day. 45% of the respondents are accessing the network for 12:01-18:00 and 35% of the respondents are accessing network for 18:01-24:00.5% of the respondents are using social net work for 4-6 hours and 6% of the respondents are using social network for more than 6hours. 37.Interpretation: The above table shows that 45% of the respondents using social network for 1-2 hours. no 1 2 3 4 Friends in profile No.5 35 49 100 1-50 50-100 100-200 Above 200 Total Source : Primary data .5% of the respondents using social network for 2-4 hours .

8. 4% of the respondents are log on their communities once in the month. of respondents 76 93 21 8 2 200 Percentage 38 46. 1% of the respondent log on their communities occasionally. no No .5 10.5% of the respondents are log on their communities several time in a day.5 4 1 100 Interpretation: The above table show that 38% of the respondents are log on their communities once in a day.5% of the respondents are having 1-50 friends in their profile. Table -13 Table showing how often log on your communities How often log on your communities 1 Once in a day 2 Several times in a day 3 Once in a week 4 Once in a month 5 Occasionally Total Source : Primary data S .no No. Majority of the respondents log on their communities several time in a day.5% of the respondents are having 50-100 friends in their profile.5 16 100 . Majority of the respondents having above 200 friends in their profile. 35% of the respondents are having 100-200 friends in their profile and 49% of the respondents are having above 200 friends in their profile.5 23. 10.5% of the respondents log on their communities once in a week. 46.Interpretation: The above table shows that 7. of respondents 20 101 47 32 200 Percentage 10 50. Table -14 Table showing the community members Community members 1 None 2 1-10 3 11-20 4 Above 20 Total Source :Primary data S.

Table – 15 Table showing the communicate with friends Friends Never Rarely Fairly often Nearly often Total Source : Primary data S .5 43 39. 14.Interpretation: The above table show that 10% of the respondents are none in any communities. 23.no 1 2 3 4 No.5% of the respondent rarely communities with their friends. 50.5% of the respondents having 11-20 members and 16% of the respondent having above 20 members. of respondents 6 29 86 79 200 Percentage 3 14.5 9 45. Majority of the respondents fairly often communicate with their friends.of respondents 11 18 91 80 200 Percentage 5.5 40 100 .5% of the respondents nearly often communicate with their friends. no 1 2 3 4 No .5 100 Interpretation: The above table shows that 3% of the respondents never communicate with their friends. Table -16 Table showing communicate with co-worker Co-workers Never Rarely Fairly often Nearly often Total Source: Primary data s. 43% of the respondents fairly often communicate with their friends and 39. Majority of the respondents having 1-10 members.5% of the respondents are having 1-10 members.

9% of the respondents rarely communicate with their co. Table -17 Table showing communicate with family members Family members 1 Never 2 Rarely 3 Fairly often 4 Nearly often Total Source: Primary data S . Table -18 Table showing the communicate with relatives Relatives Never Rarely Fairly often Nearly often Total Source: Primary data S .5 100 . Majority of the respondents fairly often communicate with their co-workers.Interpretation: The above table show that 5.worker.5 24. of respondents 82 51 49 18 200 Percentage 41 25.5% of the respondent never communicate with their coworkers.5 13. Majority of the respondents never communicate with their family members. 45.5 19. 24.5 36.5% of the respondents fairly often communicate with their family members and 9% of the respondents nearly communicate with their family members.5% of the respondents rarely communicate with their family members.5 9 100 Interpretation: The above table shows that 41% of the respondents never communicate with their family members.5% of the respondents fairly communicate with their co-worker and 40% of the respondents nearly communicate with their co-workers. 25.no No.no 1 2 3 4 No . of respondents 61 73 27 39 200 percentage 30.

5% of the respondents fairly often communicate with their relatives and 19.32% of the respondents fairly often communicate with unknown people and 40% of the respondents nearly communicate with unknown people. Majority of the respondents rarely communicate with their relatives.of respondents 20 84 44 52 200 Percentage 10 42 22 26 100 .no 1 2 3 4 No . Majority of the respondents nearly often communicate with unknown people.of respondents 32 24 64 80 200 Percentage 16 12 32 40 100 Never Rarely Fairly often Nearly often Total Source : primary data Interpretation: The above table show that 16% of the respondents never communicate with unknown people. 36.5% of the respondents nearly often communicate with their relatives.Interpretation: The above table show that 30. 13.no 1 2 3 4 Unknown people No. 12% of the respondents rarely communicate with unknown people. Table -19 Table showing communicate with unknown people S .5% of the respondents rarely communicate with their relatives. Table -20 Table showing facing difficulties in social networking Facing difficulties No easy access Privacy at risk Access by any body Addiction Total Source :Primary data S .5% of the respondents never communicate with their relatives.

22% of the respondents face their access by any body and 26% of the respondents face their difficulties in addiction. of respondents 110 90 200 Percentage 55 45 100 Interpretation: The above table show that 55% of the respondents are worried about their privacy and 45% of the respondents never worried about their privacy in social networking.no No. of respondents 21 179 200 Percentage 10. 42% of the respondents face their difficulties in privacy at risk. Table – 21 Table showing the worried about privacy Worried about privacy 1 Yes 2 No Total Source : Primary data S .no No.5% of the respondents are come across some criminal activities and 89.5 100 Interpretation: The above table shows that 10. Table -22 Table showing the criminal activities Come across any criminal activities 1 Yes 2 No Total Source: primary data S .5 89. .5 % of the respondents are never come across any criminal activities. Majority of the respondents face their difficulties in privacy at risk. Majority of the respondents worried about their privacy in social networking.Interpretation: The above table shows that 10% of the respondents face their difficulties no easy access.

Table -24 Weighted average S . Majority of the respondents having knowledge regarding their security aspects.Majority of the respondents never come across any criminal activities.no No. no Factor 1 Easy access Level of satisfaction Total no.93 .5% of the respondents do not have any knowledge regarding their security aspects.5 100 Interpretation: The above table shows that 77. of respondents 155 45 200 percentage 77.no 1 2 3 4 5 Factors Easy access Security Social contact Entertainment Information sharing Level of satisfaction HS S N DS 210 420 147 8 200 261 108 100 480 180 280 392 138 225 520 75 Total HDS 9 785 578 760 810 820 S. Table -23 Table showing knowledge regarding the security Knowledge regarding the security 1 Yes 2 No Total Source: Primary data S . of HS S N DS HDS respondents 42 10 49 4 200 5 Total score 785 Mean 3.5% of the respondents have knowledge regarding their security aspects and 22.5 22.

89 3.05 4.8 4.1 .2 3 4 5 Security Social contact Entertainment Information sharing 20 56 45 50 12 0 98 13 0 87 54 60 46 25 - 9 200 200 200 200 578 760 810 820 2.