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M7: Office productivity tools. Robbie Van Hooser EDTC 5103 Dr. Angel Kymes. Hypotheses. Older people spend more time watching television than younger people Younger people are more likely to spend more time on social networking than watching television. Survey questions.

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M7 office productivity tools
M7: Office productivity tools

Robbie

Van Hooser

EDTC 5103

Dr. Angel Kymes


Hypotheses
Hypotheses

  • Older people spend more time watching television than younger people

  • Younger people are more likely to spend more time on social networking than watching television


Survey questions
Survey questions

  • What is your gender?

    • Male

    • Female

  • What category below includes your age?

    • 17 or Younger

    • 18-20

    • 21-29

    • 30-39

    • 40-49

    • 50-59

    • 60 & Over

  • Do you have an account on a social networking website (like Facebook or Myspace?

    • Yes

    • No

  • Do you have a Pinterest account?

    • Yes

    • No


Survey questions continued
Survey questions continued

  • On a typical day, about how many hours do you spend looking at content on a social networking website? Choices were

    • 0-1

    • 2-3

    • 4-5

    • 5-6

    • More than 6


Survey questions continued1
Survey questions continued

  • On a typical day, about how many hours do you spend watching television? Choices were

    • I don’t have a television

    • 1 hour

    • 2 hours

    • 3 hours

    • 4 hours

    • More than 4 hours per day


Survey questions continued2
Survey questions continued

  • What do you watch most?

    • Television shows

    • Movies

  • Do you record shows/movies to watch later?



Gender age
gender & AGE

1 Female – Younger than 17 years of age

6 Females – Ages 21-29

1 Female – Age 30-39

4 Females – Ages 40-49

4 Females – Ages 50-59

1 Female – Over 60 years of age

1 Male – Age 21-29

1 Male – Age 30-39

1 Male – Age 50-59


Time spent on social networking
Time spent on social networking

Average Number of Hours

Age Group


Time spent watching television
TIME SPENT WATCHING TELEVISION

Average Number of Hours

Age Group



Pinterest account
Pinterest account




Conclusion
conclusion

My first hypothesis was not supported by the data.

  • Hypothesis #1 – Older people spend more time watching television than younger people

  • Results – The age groups from 50 – 59 and 60 years and over, spend less time watching television.


Conclusion1
conclusion

My second hypothesis was supported by the data.

  • Hypothesis #2 – Younger people are more likely to spend more time on social networking than watching television

  • Results – The age groups from 17 – 49 spend more time on social networking than watching television.


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