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Title: A study of emotional intelligence and life adjustment of senior high school students
Authors: Chen, Farn-shing;Lin, Y. M.;Tu, C. A.
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Date: 2006
Issue Date: 2012-08-06T03:48:17Z
Abstract: In the process of educating adolescents, good emotional development and the life adjustment are two significant
factors for teachers to know. This study is based on a random cluster sampling of senior high school students in Taiwan and Anhui
province in mainland China. Significant differences were found between those students in Taiwan and Anhui province in China
concerning emotional intelligence (EI) and life adjustment (LA). Also, with different background variables, senior high school
students in Taiwan did not show significant differences in EI, but their parenting style revealed significant differences for LA.
Furthermore, with different background variables, only the factor of parents’ marital status was not significantly different in the EI
of senior high school students in Anhui. Birth order showed no significant difference in those students’ EI. A positive and modest
correlation was found between the EI and LA scores for students in both Taiwan and Anhui. Finally, from the findings of this study,
the researchers provide some recommendations for educators to refer to. It can be concluded that such a survey should be made
available to all students in order to enhance their performance in the fields of EI and LA.
Relation: World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education, 5(3): 473-476
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