Presentation Title

Life and Dating During COVID-19

Presenter Information

Grace WeekleyFollow

Document Type

Panel Presentation

Keywords

Life, Dating, COVID-19

Biography

I am researching whether or not college students are following by CDC guidelines regarding coronavirus during their time at Marshall University. What the students are doing or not doing outside of the classroom ultimately affects other students and faculty at Marshall University. I believe that the majority of Marshall students follow guidelines and put the safety of themselves and others first. However, if they are not following guidelines, the topic of whether Marshall should be all virtual, all in-person, or a mix of both will need to be considered.

Major

Sociology

Advisor for this project

Kristi Fondren

Start Date

22-4-2021 10:45 AM

Abstract

The overarching goal of this study is to investigate whether college students are abiding by CDC guidelines regarding Coronavirus, from attending events to mask wearing to dating. There are two main purposes of the research. First, I would like to examine hookup culture during COVID-19. Secondly, I would like to provide Marshall University administrators with information concerning student behavior during a pandemic. This study offers a more in-depth look at college student’s thoughts and behaviors during the coronavirus pandemic and whether or not participation in it is stronger than the fear of a catching COVID-19. I will use SPSS software for data analysis which will allow me to determine if there are any significant trends between students’ thoughts about Coronavirus and their behaviors. Data collection will be obtained by an online anonymous survey that will be completed by Marshall Students. Once the participants have given consent, filled out the online survey, and submitted it each survey will be collected and used for research.

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Apr 22nd, 10:45 AM

Life and Dating During COVID-19

The overarching goal of this study is to investigate whether college students are abiding by CDC guidelines regarding Coronavirus, from attending events to mask wearing to dating. There are two main purposes of the research. First, I would like to examine hookup culture during COVID-19. Secondly, I would like to provide Marshall University administrators with information concerning student behavior during a pandemic. This study offers a more in-depth look at college student’s thoughts and behaviors during the coronavirus pandemic and whether or not participation in it is stronger than the fear of a catching COVID-19. I will use SPSS software for data analysis which will allow me to determine if there are any significant trends between students’ thoughts about Coronavirus and their behaviors. Data collection will be obtained by an online anonymous survey that will be completed by Marshall Students. Once the participants have given consent, filled out the online survey, and submitted it each survey will be collected and used for research.