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Title: 臺北市技術學院學生刺激尋求特質、危險知覺與俱樂部藥物使用行為之關係研究
Other Titles: A Study on the Relationship between Sensation Seeking, Risk Perception and Club Drugs Using Behavior among Students from Three Institute of Technology in Taipei
Authors: 林柏君
Issue Date: Jun-2006
Publisher: 健康促進與衛生與衛生教育學系
Department of Health Promotion and Health Education
Abstract: 本研究的主要目的在探討技術學院學生刺激尋求特質、危險知覺與俱樂部藥物使用行為之關係。研究母群體為就讀三所台北市技術學院日間部之學生,採簡單隨機抽 樣方式從各校每年級抽出一班,共得15班597名樣本。再以結構式問卷為工具,班級集體填答方式蒐集資料。施測後有效回收樣本數為526份,其資料以t- test、單因子變異數分析、皮爾森積差相關、複迴歸分析等統計方法進行考驗。 研究發現如下:(1)技術學院學生俱樂部藥物使用行為:73%有喝酒經驗,35.7%曾經吸菸,使用過搖頭丸者佔4.6%,使用過大麻者佔3.0%和使用 過K他命者佔2.5%。(2)性別、年級、母親教育程度、母親職業和打工與俱樂部藥物使用行為有關。(3)技術學院學生具有中等之刺激尋求特質,且俱樂部 藥物危險知覺相當高。(4)刺激尋求特質和危險知覺對於俱樂部藥物使用行為的解釋力達統計顯著水準,解釋量為21.6%。(5)刺激尋求特質與俱樂部藥物 使用行為有顯著正相關;相反地,危險知覺與俱樂部藥物使用行為間則呈顯著負相關。 本研究之結果可作為擬定技術學院學生俱樂部藥物防制介入方案及相關政策及後續研究之參考。
The purpose of this study was to understand the status of club drugs using of students of technology students and to examine the relationships between sensation seeking, risk perception and the use of club drugs. A cross-sectional research design was used. The population was students in 3 institutes of technology in Taipei. Stratified random sampling was used to obtain 526 subjects. The survey was conducted in January 2004. T test, one-way ANOVA and Pearson product moment correlation and multiple regression statistics were used to analyze data. The results of the study reveal that (1) Percentage of subjects used club drugs were alcohol drinking 73%, smoking 35.7%, MDMA 4.6%, marijuana 3.0%, Ketamine 2.5%. (2) Gender, mother's education level and part-time job experiences were significantly associated with club drug using behavior. (3) Students of institutes of technology are medium level of sensation seeking and high level of risk perception. (4) 21.6% variance of club drug using behavior could be explained by sensation seeking and risk perception. (5) Sensation seeking was positively correlated with club drugs using behavior. Risk perception was negatively correlated with club drugs using behavior. The findings of this study suggest that prevent students from using club drugs should focus on students with high sensation seeking and low risk perception.
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