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A Study on the School and Community Risk Factors of Senior High School Students with Illicit Drug
drug use behavior
Poisson Regression Model
The research in this paper focused on studying the the risk factors between senior high school students with illicit drug use and the enviroment of both school and community. In the first phase, illicit drug use behavior data used in this paper is provided by "Drug abuse prevention questionnaire statistical analysis program" database. The Multi-stages stratified cluster sampling method is used to choose 85 school samples. The senior high schools, vacational schools and specialist schools in Taiwan is included in these samples. In the second phase, formed a data bank by searching and summarizing the basic information from various official statistical database for the schools and communities to find the relationships about drug use behavior of students, school and community. The Poisson Regression Model was used to analysis statistical data in the end. The conclusions are found in the following. (1) The forecast variables of senior high school students illicit drugs use at" the school level " including public or private school, type of school, day or night school, student gender . (2) The forecast variables of senior high school students illicit drugs use at" the community level" including suspended rate, divorce rate, specific entertainment venue, proportion of the population over the University, the amount of manufactured and trafficked about private wine. (3)The strongest forecast variables in the behavior with illicit drug use including public or private school, day or night school, student gender, drop out rate, specific entertainment venue. (4)The risk factors of senior high school students with illicit drugs use including "private school", "night school students", "male students", "high drop out rate" and "more specific entertainment venue". References will be provided from the results of this paper for both the future planning of drug prevention and control policy and the development of health-promoting programs in school and community.
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