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Title: 高關懷少年親子關係對其偏差行為之影響:Facebook社會支持的調節效果
The Moderating effect of Facebook social support to parent-child relationship and juvenile deviance in high-risk youth
Authors: 潘恩伶
Pan, En-Ling
賴芳渏
Lai, Fang-Yi
Keywords: 高關懷少年
親子關係
偏差行為
社會支持
High-risk youth
Parent-child relationship
Juvenile deviance
Social support
Issue Date: 2015
Abstract: 本研究在探討高關懷少年親子關係對其偏差行為之影響: Facebook 社會支持的調節效果。本研究採用問卷調查法採立意抽樣,抽樣對象以大臺北地區(臺北市及新北市)符合本研究對象條件(年滿12歲以上未滿18歲之高關懷少年、親生父親或親生母親至少一人健在且同住、有Facebook帳號)的受試者。研究工具包含「個人基本資料」、「親子關係量表」、「Facebook社會支持量表」及「偏差行為量表」三部分,研究分析採用「IBM SPSS Statistics 」18版統計軟體,使用描述性統計、獨立樣本t檢定、單因子變異數分析、皮爾森相關係數分析及階層迴歸分析等統計方法分析問卷結果。研究結果如下: 壹、高關懷少年親子關係、Facebook社會支持和偏差行為的現況 一、高關懷少年的母子關係比父子關係要好。 二、高關懷少年外向性行為問題類型以吸菸,超過深夜12點仍在外遊 蕩,翹課為多。 三、高關懷少年內向性行為問題類型以煩躁易怒,心情低落,突然腦 中一片空白為多。 四、正向Facebook社會支持多於負向Facebook社會支持。 貳、高關懷少年親子關係與其偏差行為的關聯 一、父子關係越好,高關懷少年外向性行為問題會越少,在學身分的高關懷少年外向性行為會較少。 二、高關懷少年無論父子關係或母子關係皆與內向性行為問題無顯著關聯。 參、Facebook社會支持調節高關懷少年親子關係與其偏差行為的關聯 正向Facebook訊息性社會支持和正向Facebook情緒性社會支持兩者皆具有調節高關懷少年父子關係與其內向性行為問題的關聯。正向Facebook訊息性社會支持方面,結果顯示同處於父子關係不良的情況下,高正向Facebook訊息性社會支持組的內向性行為問題會比低正向Facebook訊息性社會支持組來的多。正向Facebook情緒性社會支持方面,結果顯示同處於父子關係不良的情況下,高正向Facebook情緒性社會支持組的內向性行為問題會比低正向Facebook情緒性社會支持組來的多。
This report aims to study the moderating effect of Facebook's social support on parent-child relationship of high-risk youth and juvenile deviance. The study adopts the survey of judgmental sampling to target the high-risk youth from the age of 12 to 18 who are active Facebook users, currently live with at least one of their biological parents, and reside in Taipei or New Taipei City. It also applies research instruments such as personal background information, parent-child relationship scale, Facebook social support scale, and deviant behavior scale. The 18th edition IBM SPSS Statistics software is used to examine the surveys by means of descriptive statistics, t-test, one–way ANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, and hierarchical regression analysis. The analytical result is summarized as following: I. The status of parent-child relationship、juvenile deviance and Facebook's social support in high-risk youth 1. High-risk youth have comparatively closer relationship with mother. 2.Externalizing behaviors of high-risk youth are smoking, wandering outside in midnight, and ditching school. 3.Internalizing behaviors of high-risk youth are moodiness, depression, and brain goes blank. 4.Facebook generates more positive social supports than negative ones. II.The correlation between high-risk youth's parent-child relationship and juvenile deviance 1.Better father-child relationship may reduce externalizing behaviors of high-risk youth. School enrolled high-risk youth are likely to have less externalizing behaviors. 2.Neither father-child nor mother-child relationship is correlated with internalizing behaviors. III.The moderating effect of Facebook social support on parent-child relationship of high-risk youth and juvenile deviance Both positive informative and sentimental social supports of Facebook have the moderating effect on high-risk youth’s father-child relationship and their internalizing behaviors. In respect of positive informative social support of Facebook, when the high-risk youth with worst father-child relationship, the high positive informative social support of Facebook subgroup gets more internalizing behaviors than lower one. In respect of sentimental social supports of Facebook, when the high-risk youth with worst father-child relationship, the high sentimental social supports of Facebook subgroup gets more internalizing behaviors than lower one.
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