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Factors Associated with Lifestyle and Self-Rated Health of Smart Phone-Using Among the Senior High School Students in New Taipei City
Senior high school student
The purpose of this study was to examine the factors associated with lifestyle and self-rated health of smart phone use among the senior high school students in new taipei city.The study population was targeted at the students who are located in New Taipei city in 1st term, 2016. The sampling method adapted stratified random sampling with 12 classes. The valid samples, acquired, was 425 in total. The result of the study was summarized as below: Gender dimension, male had higher impact on lifestyle for smart phone-using, but female had higher impact on self-rated health from smart phone-using.Seniority dimension, the third year had higher impact on academic achievement than the first year due to smart phone-using.On school performance achievements, because of the smart phone-using, the poor performance had higher impact than the excellent performance on quality of life and interpersonal relationship. The average of sleeping time who has less than 6 hours had higher impact on time management due to smart phone-using.The more time using on smart phone, the more impact on lifestyle.Whether consciously for the bow family, average time on smart phone-using on school day and smartphone-dependence scale had statistical significance on lifestyle and self-rated health. Personal background factors and smart phone-using situations were significant factors that accounted for 49.5% and 29.4% of lifestyle and self-rated health. It is recommended that adults be as a model for smart-phone using. People should cultivate a wide range of interests.In the future studies can also use qualitative interviews to better understand the relevance of teenagers using smartphones.
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