Attitude towards technology, social media usage and grade‐point average as predictors of global citizenship identification in Filipino University Students

  title={Attitude towards technology, social media usage and grade‐point average as predictors of global citizenship identification in Filipino University Students},
  author={Romeo B. Lee and Rito Baring and Madelene Sta. Maria and Stephen Reysen},
  journal={International Journal of Psychology},
We examine the influence of a positive attitude towards technology, number of social media network memberships and grade-point average (GPA) on global citizenship identification antecedents and outcomes. Students (N = 3628) at a university in the Philippines completed a survey assessing the above constructs. The results showed that attitude towards technology, number of social network site memberships and GPA-predicted global citizenship identification, and subsequent prosocial outcomes (e.g… 

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