%0 Journal Article
	%A Chen May Oh and  Nadzrah Abu Bakar
	%D 2013
	%J International Journal of Cognitive and Language Sciences
	%B World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
	%I Open Science Index 74, 2013
	%T Investigating the Areas of Self-Reflection in Malaysian Students’ Personal Blogs: A Case Study
	%U https://publications.waset.org/pdf/9996938
	%V 74
	%X This case study investigates the areas of self-reflection through the written content of four university students’ blogs. The study was undertaken to explore the categories of self-reflection in relation to the use of blogs. Data collection methods included downloading students’ blog entries and recording individual interviews to further support the data. Data was analyzed using computer assisted qualitative data analysis software, Nvivo, to categories and code the data. The categories of self-reflection revealed in the findings showed that university students used blogs to reflect on (1) life in varsity, (2) emotions and feelings, (3) various relationships, (4) personal growth, (5) spirituality, (6) health conditions, (7) busyness with daily chores, (8) gifts for people and themselves and (9) personal interests. Overall, all four of the students had positive experiences and felt satisfied using blogs for self-reflection.

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