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Title: 大學生的自我落差與網路依賴之關係
Authors: 盧秀珍
Contributors: 吳璧如
Keywords: 自我落差;網路依賴;網路成癮
self-discrepancy;internet dependence;internet addiction
Date: 2010
Issue Date: 2010-12-03
Description: 碩士
Abstract: 本研究旨在探討台灣大學生自我落差與網路依賴的關係。本研究採用問卷調查法,以中部四縣市413位大學生為研究對象,採用「自我差距量表」及「中文網路成癮量表」作為測量工具,以描述統計、單因子多變量變異數分析、積差相關、典型相關及階層多元迴歸分析等統計方法分析資料。茲將本研究結果歸納如下:

The main purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships between self-discrepancy and internet dependence among college students in Taiwan. A total of 413 college students in the central area of Taiwan responded to the Self-discrepancy Questionnaire and the Chinese Internet Addiction Scale-Revised. Descriptive statistics, one-way MANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation, canonical correlation, and hierarchical multiple regression were used to analyze data. The major findings were as follows:
1. The degree of college students’ self-discrepancy in both ideal attributes and ought attributes was low.
2. No significant internet dependence occurred among college students.
3. Gender, family socio-economic status, parental marriage status, and family functioning did not affect the degree of college students’ self-discrepancy.
4. Male college students had greater internet dependence than females; family socio- economic status, parental marriage status, and family functioning did not affect the degree of college students’ internet dependence.
5. The greater the actual-ought discrepancy of college students was, the greater their internet dependence was.
6. Gender, family socio-economic status, and actual-ought discrepancy can significantly predict the degree of college students’ internet dependence.
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