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|Keywords: ||自我決策;家長;智能障礙;Self-determination;Parents;Intellectual Disability|
|Issue Date: ||2010-09-08T05:31:56Z
The purpose of this research was to investigate parents' attitudes toward advocating self-determination for their children with intellectual disability in senior-high special education schools. A questionnaire was developed by the researcher and 276 parents participated in this study. Data were analyzed through frequency, mean, standard deviation, t-test, and one way analysis of variance. The major findings were as follows: (1) Most of the parents had positive perceptions of advocating self-determination for their children with intellectual disability. Among the four domains of self-determination in this study, the most positive attitude that parents had is the "psychological empowerment", while the least is "autonomy." (2) In terms of children's backgrounds, variables such as gender, grade level, severity of intellectual disability and numbers of children are the influencing factors for parental attitudes advocating self-determination for their children. As for parental background, the influencing factors are social-economic status, fostering ways, religions, living regions, participation of parent's association, and familiarity of self-determination. According to the findings and conclusions, some suggestions were offered for future study.
|Relation: ||特殊教育學報, 28:155-190|
|Appears in Collections:||[特殊教育系所] 期刊論文|
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