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|Other Titles: ||A Study on Social Capital, Cultural Capital, and Academic Achievements of Junior High School Students|
Social Capital;Cultural Capital;Academic Achievement
|Issue Date: ||2010-12-03
|Abstract: ||摘 要|
A Study on Social Capital, Cultural Capital, and Academic Achievements of Junior High School Students
The essential purpose of the study is investigated the relationships among social capital, cultural capital and junior high school students’ academic achievements.
The researcher made the study by reading academic theories and making a questionnaire to find out the academic differences between the two kinds of students. There were 787 sample studnts involved in the study.
The questionnaire was made by the researcher. There are three parts of scales in the questionnaire, and they are scales of social capital, cultural capital and the students’ backgrounds information for the study. All materials were analyzed by SPSS13.0, and they are the descriptive statistics, Chi-square test, One-way ANOVA, and t-test. From the study, the research worker got the main conclusions below:
1. Social capital, include “Parenting”, “Parents’ Expectancy for Their Children”, “Parents’ Educational Involving”, effects students’ academic achievements seriously .
2. “Family Activities” and “Contact with Other Families” of social capital don’t have anything to do with students’ academic achievements in the research.
3. Cultural capital, include “Study Attitude”, “Cultural Implementation”, “Study Habbits”, “Presence of Bearing”, and “Life Style”, effects students’ academic achievements perfectly .
4. Social capital and cultural capital effect with each other.
According to the conclusion of the study, the researcher will bring up some suggestions to the Educational administration, parents, teachers and graduate students in the future.
Keywords: Social Capital, Cultural Capital, Academic Achievement
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