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|Other Titles: ||A Study of the Relationship between Social Capital within the Family and Digital Divide among Junior High School Students in Central Taiwan|
social capital within the family;digital divide
|Issue Date: ||2010-12-03
|Abstract: ||本研究旨在探討中部地區國中學生之家庭內社會資本與數位落差的關係，研究主要是依據文獻探討的結果，編制「國中學生家庭網路生活問卷」作為研究工具；並以台中市、台中縣、彰化縣與南投縣等四縣市共909位的國中學生為研究對象進行問卷調查，再採用描述統計、單因子多變量變異數分析、積差相關、典型相關與階層多元迴規等統計方法進行資料分析與處理，本研究主要發現如下： |
A Study of the Relationship between Social Capital within the Family and Digital Divide among Junior High School
Students in Central Taiwan
Advisor: Tsong-Wen Chen, Ph. D.
Author: Chih-Hao Lo
The study aims to examine the relationship between social capital within the family based on Coleman’s theory and digital divide among the junior high school students in central Taiwan.
The study depended on the results of literature analysis and made the questionnaire entitled “Survey of the internet life between the junior high school students and their parents” . The data of the questionnaire was collected from a sample of 909 junior high students in Taichung city, Taichung county, Changhua county and Natou county. The statistics methods, including descriptive statistics, one-way MANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation, canonical correlation and hierarchical multiple regression were used to analyze the data. The results of the study are explicated as follows:
1. The junior high school students had the lowest degree
of interaction between their parents and them on their
usage of the internet when they were regulated by more
internet rules from their parents.
2. A digital divide was found among junior high school
students, caused by different degrees that they could
have access to the internet. These factors included the
physical access and the usage access, but not the skill
3. The ninth-grade students perceived higher expectation
from their parents than the seventh-grade students.
4. The students living in the two-parent family perceived
more parent-child interaction and family rules on their
usage of the internet than other students.
5. The students of High-SES families were more aware of
parent-child interaction, family rules, and their
parents’ expectation on their usage of the internet
than other students.
6. Male students perceived that they had a higher degree of
the physical access and usage access to the internet
than female students, whereas female students perceived
that they were much more concerned with the ethics of
the internet and skill access than male students.
7. The students living in the urban areas perceived that
they had more skill access than the students living in
the suburban areas.
8. The higher grade level the students studied at, the more
skill access and creative usage access to the internet
the students perceived that they had.
9. Higher-SES family students perceived more internet skill
access and creative usage access than the others.
10. There was a positive relationship between the social
capital within the family and digital divide.
11. The digital divide among junior high school students
could be predicted by the variables of family
background and social capital within the family.
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