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|Other Titles: ||The Relationship of Family Atmosphere and Life Adjustments among the New Immigrants’ Children in Changhua County|
new immigrants’ children;family atmosphere;life adjustments
|Issue Date: ||2010-12-03
The main purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between family atmosphere and life adjustments among new immigrants’ children. The survey data were collected from 278 new immigrants’ children in public schools of Changhua County. The descriptive statistics, one-way MANOVA, Pearson’s product-moment correlation, Canonical correlation and multiple regression analysis were used to analyze the data. The findings were as the followings:
1. The whole of family atmosphere among the new immigrants’ children was above the average. Family function was at the top level while family resource was at the bottom one.
2. The whole of life adjustments among the new immigrants’ children was above the average. Interpersonal adjustment was at the best level while school adjustment was at the worst one.
3. There were significant differences in family atmosphere among the new immigrants’ children with different background variables, such as grade, mother’s nation, and social economic status.
4. There were significant differences in life adjustments among the new immigrants’ children with different background variables, such as gender, grade, and social economic status.
5. Each aspect of family atmosphere among the new immigrants’ children was related significantly to each aspect of their life adjustments.
6. The whole of family atmosphere among the new immigrants’ children was related significantly to the whole of their life adjustments.
7. Each aspect of life adjustments among the new immigrants’ children was predicted significantly by family atmosphere.
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