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junior high school student;peer group;parenting mode;smoking behavior
|Issue Date: ||2010-12-03
本研究對象為彰化縣 94 學年度就學中之國中生，共705位為研究樣本，排除未填答完全問卷，有效樣本為628份，以問卷調查進行研究，使用描述統計、獨立樣本t檢定、卡方檢定進行分析。
The present study deals primarily with the influences of peer groups and the parenting style on the smoking behavior of Taiwan's junior high school students. When taking the samples it also takes into account the question of social economic status.
Samples of the research are 705 students of Zhang-hua county who entered the junior high in the 94th (2005) academic year. With those questionnaires which were not successfully filled, we got 628 valid respondents, The statistical methods used to analyze the data were descriptive statistics, t-test.Chi-square test. What follows are some discoveries of this investigation: (1) The social economic status of the smoking students' parents is considerably lower than that of the non-smoking students'. (2) It is much more possible to smoke for students whose parents are separated or divorced than those whose parents live together, and than those whose father or mother was widowed. (3) There may be no remarkable relationship between the parental response-to-demand type and the liability of whether their teenage children would smoke, but the highest and lowest frequency of response corresponds to a more serious smoking problem than the intermediate situation. (4) Similarly, nor does the parental demand for good behavior suffice to explain the smoking phenomenon among the junior high school students, but more likely the smoker would come from a family with a stricter upbringing. (5) It seems to be more possible for the authoritarian parents to have smoking children, although a particular way of breeding does not necessarily lead to certain behavior. (6) A real significant influence on junior high school student’s smoking may come from the peer group. According to the present research, seventy-one percent of junior high school students cannot avoid smoking if their companions smoke, while only four percent of them have such habit if they cannot find a smoker among their peers.
The final section of this research is some suggestions for schools and parents.
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