عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was predicted the academic procrastination based on use of social networks with the intermediate role of self-regulation learning strategies among high school students. The research method is applied research in terms of aim and is correlation in terms of the natures of subject. The statistical population includes all secondary school students in Hashtrood city. The sample size was 309 people based on the Morgan table and were selected randomly by multi-stage cluster sampling. Social networking questionnaire Amin (2017), Pintrich and De Groot self-regulation learning (2000) and academic procrastination (2013) were used to collect data. The opinions of related experts were used to determine the validity of the questionnaires and their reliability was determined by the coefficient of Cronbach's alpha (virtual networks, 0.88, self-regulatory learning strategy, 0.79; Academic procrastination, 0.80). The results showed that the questionnaire had a good reliability. SPSS and lisrel software were used to analyze data, Pearson correlation coefficient to examine the relationship between variables and the path analysis method to investigate the effect of variables. The results showed that there are a relationship between social networks with academic procrastination and student self-regulation learning strategies, and has an indirect effect on student’s procrastination
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