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Title: 國中學生美術館參觀經驗之研究-以台中市西區國中學生與國立台灣美術館為例
A Study on Junior High School Students’ Experience of Visiting Museum of Fine Arts—Take Junior High School Students in Taichung West District and National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts
Authors: 林仁傑
林妍君
Lin, Yan-Jiun
Keywords: 國中學生
美術館
參觀經驗
junior high school students
the Museum of Fine Arts
visiting experience
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: 本研究旨在調查台中市西區國中學生在美術館參觀經驗之現況,瞭解不同背景學生在美術館參觀經驗的差異情形,透過文獻分析與問卷調查法,以瞭解本區國中學生參觀國立台灣美術館參觀經驗。並以研究者編寫之「台中市西區國中學生美術館參觀經驗之調查問卷」為研究工具,調查樣本人數共計565份有效問卷為525份,回收率為92.9%。使用描述性研究、卡方檢定分析、獨立樣本T考驗、單因子變異數分析等統計方法進行資料分析。研究結論如下: 一、國中學生的美術館參觀經驗之現況。 (一)國中學生參觀美術館大多和家人及朋友的生活休閒活動有關,與父母參觀 為多,可見父母是扮演國中學生參觀經驗的重要角色。頻率上,國中學 生屬於偶而參觀者,也以自行參觀的學習方式為多。 (二)國中學生普遍滿意美術館的展覽環境,在滿意度上顯現正面的認同態度。 (三)國中學生對參觀美術館普遍認為並非重要的活動,雖然認同參觀美術館可 以增進藝術欣賞能力,但意願上缺乏積極主動的態度。 二、國中學生美術館參觀經驗參與情形之差異。 (一)不同性別在國中學生美術館參觀的參與情形有顯著差異。 (二)不同家庭社經背景在國中學生美術館參觀的參與情形有顯著差異。 三、國中學生美術館參觀經驗滿意度之差異。 (一)不同性別在國中學生美術館參觀的經驗滿意度無顯著差異。 (二)不同家庭社經背景在國中學生美術館參觀的經驗滿意度無顯著差異。 四、國中學生美術館參觀態度之差異。 (一)不同性別在國中學生美術館參觀態度有顯著差異。 (二)不同家庭社經背景在國中學生美術館參觀態度無顯著差異。
The purpose of this study is to investigate the current situation of Taichung West-District junior high school students’ experience of visiting Museum of Fine Arts, and to understand the differences in the museum visits of students with different backgrounds. This study is conducted via documentary analysis and questionnaire survey to understand students’ experience of visiting National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. The research instrument is designing the questionnaire by the name of “The Experience of Visiting Museum of Fine Arts: Take Taichung West-District Junior High School Students.” Survey participants are 565 in total, with 525 valid questionnaires returned. The recovery rate is 92.9%. Statistical methods, including descriptive statistics, chi-square test, independent T test and one-way ANOVA, are used. Significant results are as followed I.The status quo of junior high school students’ experience of visiting the Museum of Fine Arts. (A)Students regard museum visits mainly as leisure activities with family and friends, mainly with their parents. It’s apparent that parents play an essential role in leading them to visit the Museum of Fine Arts. In terms of the frequency, students are occasional visitors and tend to visit the museum on their own. (B)Generally speaking, junior high school students are satisfied with the environment of exhibitions in the Museum of Fine Arts and they have positive reviews of their visit. (C)Junior high school students tend not to consider visiting the Museum of Fine Arts an important activity. Although they agree that museum visits can enhance the appreciation of arts, they are lacking in positive attitude toward the visit. II.The differences in junior high school students’ experiences of art museum visits and participation. (A)There’s a striking difference in the participation in art museum visits between different genders. (B)There’s a striking difference in the participation in art museum visits between students with varied family and social backgrounds. III.The differences in junior high school students’ sense of satisfaction of art museum visits. (A)There’s no distinctive difference in the sense of satisfaction of art museum visits between different genders. (B)There’s no distinctive difference in the sense of satisfaction of art museum visits between students with varied family and social backgrounds. IV.The differences in junior high school students’ attitude toward art museum visits. (A)There’s a significant difference in students’ attitude toward art museum visits between different genders. (B)There’s no significant difference in students’ attitude toward art museum visits between students with varied family and social backgrounds.
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