The use of social media can bring various benefits to college students. However, pervasive social media use may lead to college students experiencing social media stress. In this research, we explore the antecedents of social media stress among college students. Drawing on the stressor–strain–outcome perspective, we organize the relationship between the learning performance of college students and their perception of stressors, social media exhaustion and social media discontinuous usage intention. We outline the theoretical foundation and empirical design for this investigation and propose a plan for the research design and data collection method.
Li, Xuan and Hsu, Carol, "Unveiling the Effects of Social Media Stress on College Students: A Stressor–Strain–Outcome Perspective" (2022). PACIS 2022 Proceedings. 78.
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