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A Study on Senior High School Students' Participating Motivation and Social Support for Musical Clubs in Pingtung County
musical clubs in senior high school
This study aimed to investigate the current situation, to analyze the differences among background variables, and then to find out the correlation between senior high school students’ participating motivation and social support for musical clubs in Pingtung County. Questionnaire survey was conducted to achieve these goals. Research subjects were musical club students in the senior high schools of Pingtung County. The self-made instrument, “The Questionnaire on Senior High School Students’ Participating Motivation and Social Support for Musical Clubs in Pingtung County” was used in the study. In total, 451 questionnaires were distributed and 392 were collected. The collection rate was 87% with 384 effective copies. According to the findings, seven research results were shown as follows: 1. In terms of degree of recognition on participating motivation, all the participants showed recognition on every aspect. The aspect of recreational relaxation reached the highest level of recognition while the aspect of school environment reached the lowest . 2. In terms of degree of recognition on social support, all the participants showed recognition on every aspect. The aspect of club members’ support reached the highest level of recognition while the aspect of teachers’ support reached the lowest . 3. There were significant differences on the students’ participating motivation among those of different genders, different musical clubs and those with/without extracurricular musical learning experience. 4. There was no significant difference on the students’ participating motivation among those in different grades, different majors and different time participating in the clubs. 5. There were significant differences on the social support among students in different majors, different musical clubs, different time participating in the clubs and with/without extracurricular musical learning experience. 6. There was no significant difference on the social support among students of different genders and those of different grades. 7. The senior high school students’ participating motivation and the social support for musical clubs in Pingtung County showed moderate positive correlation. Lastly, suggestions were presented to school administration, teachers, parents, and future research as references according to the findings of the study.
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