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The impact of senior high school adolescents' parent-child interaction by family relationship thematic teaching
attitude in parent-child relationship
behavior in parent-child relationshio
This study focused on senior high school adolescents’ attitude and behavior in parent-child relationship. Home Economics courses about “Family relationship”was developed, and the effects of this courses on senior high school adolescents’ attitude and behavioral changes in parent-child relationship were examined. The method of this study was quasi-experimental design. 140 students from four first-grade classes in a senior high school in Kinmen City participated in the experiment.These participants were divided into the experimental group and the control group. The experimental group (n=70) was given a 100-minute “parent-child relationship courses for senior high school students” once a week, and the control was given no intervention.To understand the effectiveness of the program, both groups of students were asked to fill out the “questionnaire on parent-child interaction” one week before and after the experiment. During the courses, “learning sheets” and “course feedback forms” were used to evaluate and record participants’ learning conditions, performance, dialogues in class, feedbacks, and accomplishment of assignments. The results were as follows: 1. Adolescents in the senior high school stage tended to have the standard above average of attitude towards parent-child interaction; their behavior in parent-child interactions tended to be kept the standard above average,all have room to be improved. Especially,on the “solves problem”obvious need to reinforce the ability of parent-child solving problems and communication skills. 2. Students in the experimental group scored significantly higher than those in the control group in the post-test of parent-child interaction attitude and behavior,suggesting that the developed family relationship courses could improve students’ attitude and behavior in parent-child interactions. 3. After intervention of the family relationship courses, students’ attitude and behavioral changes in parent-child interactions did not vary by their gender, meaning that the developed family relationship courses was effective for all adolescents no matter their gender. More over, students’ attitude changes in parent-child interactions also did not vary by their family structure ,but students’ behavior changes in parent-child interactions vary only by aspect of “life involvement”, parents is superior to any other type family,other aspects did not vary by their family structure. Finally, based on the above conclusions, this study also provided specific suggestions regarding senior high school adolescents, promotion of family relationship courses,and future research, which could be a reference for families, schools, and authorities concerned.
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