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The Study of Influential Factors of Participation Attitude in Physical Education Class during Menstruation for Girl Students of Junior High Schools in Taipei City
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The purpose of this study is mainly to understand the influential factors of participation attitude in Physical Education (PE) class during menstruation for girl students of junior high schools in Taipei City. The research objects of this study are the Grade 8 girl students of junior high schools in Taipei City during the School Year 2006, and the research tool used in this study is the questionnaire of “The Study of Participation and Attitude in Physical Education Class during Menstruation for Girl Students of Junior High Schools in Taipei City”; in addition, the number of valid samples obtained is 459. Furthermore, the researcher adopted methods, such as descriptive statistics (percent frequency distribution, mean, standard deviation), Independent-Samples t-Test, One-way ANOVA, Chi-Square Test and Scheffe' Post Hoc comparisons etc., to analyze the collected data. The research results are shown as follows: 1. The attitude of participation in PE Class for the research object is impartial but tends to positive; the attitude of participation for those girl students who occasionally or never ask for the menstrual leave is higher than the ones who frequently asked for the menstrual leave. 2. The percentage of girl students who thought they may have uneasy mood to participate in PE class during their menstruation is reached 70.2%; and the participation attitude of girl students who thought they may have easy mood that is higher than the ones who may feel uneasy to participate in PE class. 3. The participation in PE class for those girl students who have a regular or sometimes an irregular menstrual cycle is higher than those girl students who have an irregular menstrual cycle. 4. The participation attitude in PE class during menstruation for girl student will be influenced by the sex of teachers, the education level for parents, the socioeconomic status for her father, the knowledge about menstruation, the age of menarche, frequency of asking for menstrual leave, the mental reception of participating in PE class during menstruation and the menstrual regulation. 5. The frequency of asking for menstrual leave for girl students who participated in PE class during menstruation will be influenced by the mental reception of participating in PE class and the symptoms of menstrual discomfort. 6. The lower abdominal pain is the major reason to ask for the leave which accounted for 77.0%; and family members are the main learning object for those girl students who asked for the menstrual leave.
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