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|Other Titles: ||A Comparative Study on Peer Relationship and Moral Judgment between the Gifted and Regular Students in Junior High Schools of Central Taiwan|
Tsong-Wen Chen, Ph. D.
Gifted Student;Peer Relationship;Moral Judgment
|Issue Date: ||2010-12-03
The purpose of this study was to compare the differences between peer relationship and moral judgment of the junior high school students (JHS). Personal variables such as gender and class (gifted and regular) were used to verify their relationship to the degree of peer relationship and moral judgment. A total of 577 JHS students from central Taiwan responded to a set of instruments including the Defining Issues Test and the Peer Relationship Scale. The data collected were statistically analyzed by t-test and Pearson’s Product-Moment correlation.
The main findings of the research are summerized as follows:
1. The peer relationship of junior high school students was basically good.
2. The moral judgment of junior high school students was under the middle degree.
3. Gender significantly affected junior high school students’ peer relationship.
4. Gender and class (gifted & regular) both significantly affected students’ moral judgment.
5. In the gifted class, students with different gender presented different peer relationship.
6. In the regular class, students with different gender presented different moral judgment.
7. There were significant positive correlations between junior high school students’ peer relationship and moral judgment.
8. In the gifted class of junior high, there were significant positive correlations between peer relationship and moral judgment.
9. There were significant correlations between female students’ peer relationship and moral judgment.
Based on the study results, suggestions to education, counseling institution and future study were presented.
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