Reading habits and attitude in Malaysia: analysis of gender and academic programme differences
Nor Shahriza Abdul Karim, (2006) Reading habits and attitude in Malaysia: analysis of gender and academic programme differences. Kekal Abadi, 25 (1/2). pp. 16-24. ISSN 01272578
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International Islamic University Malaysia, Dept. of Library & Information Science
This study is conducted as an attempt to understand the reading habits and attitudes of the Bachelor of IT students and the Bachelor of Art students from the International Islamic University Malaysia. Based on the sample of 127 students, it was found that significant differences exist between the two groups of students in terms of types of reading material and reading resources used. Differences in reading habits and attitudes were also observed between male and female participants. The results of the study are expected to guide professionals in the library and information services to be better equipped to provide more efficient and effective services. The study is also intended to interest researchers from other areas of study who are interested in the realm of reading and literacy.
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