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A study of Internet use behavior and health-related physical fitness among students of New Taipei Municipal Panchiao Senior High School.
high school students
This study aimed to understand the New Taipei Municipal Panchiao Senior High School’s students internet usage behavior between health-related physical fitness situations. Self-design questionnaire and convenience sampling method were applied. A total of 533 questionnaires distributed, 415 valid questionnaires were collected. The descriptive statistics, independent sample ANOVA analysis, independent sample test and chi-square test were used for data analysis. The conclusions are as follows: 1.The students having no smart phones accounted for 57.3%, and students having computer networking at home accounted for 97.8%, the rate for not having personal computers accounted for 51.1%, academic performance ranking the middle 1/3 accounted for 42.4%, internet addiction students accounted for 13.9%. 2.Students had personal computers, the number of days a week online, internet leisure hours on weekdays and holidays, reached significant impact. 3.Students' academic performance ranking, in the weekdays and holidays internet leisure hours reached significant impact. 4.Students had internet addiction, the number of days in a week online, internet leisure hours on weekdays and holidays reached significant impact. 5.Boys had the personal computers for their BMI and standing long jump reaching a significant impact, while girls had PCs only reached a significant impact on their BMI. 6.Boys had internet addicts accounted for 19%, while girls accounted for 7%; boys were more serious internet addiction, for the boys sit and reached up a significant impact. 7.Boys with higher internet leisure hours may cause the poor standing long jump performance and cardiorespiratory endurance. Finally, some suggestions for teachers, schools, students and further study were made according to the findings.
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