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Title: 內化問題行為和社會支持與青少年網路成癮的關係:以CABLE計畫為例
The Relationship between Internalizing Problem Behavior and Social Support with Internet addiction of Adolescent:An Example with CABLE
Authors: 李思賢
Lee, Tony Szu-Hsien
Shih, Shu-Fang
Lu, Wang-Chun
Keywords: 青少年
Internalizing Problem Behavior
Social Support
Parental Support
Internet Addiction
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: 目的: 本研究目的在探討青少年國中時期內化問題行為(憂鬱、社交焦慮、社交孤寂)及社會支持(父母支持、同儕支持)與高中時期網路成癮程度之相關性。 方法: 本研究使用國內兒童與青少年行為之長期發展研究(Child& Adolescent Behaviors in Long-term Evolution,簡稱CABLE計畫)資料庫,以2008年及2011年部分資料進行次級資料分析,研究樣本共1,646位學生。統計分析以SAS 9.4及STATA 13.0進行,統計方法包含描述性統計、獨立樣本t檢定、單因子變異數分析、相關性檢定,以及階層式多元線性迴歸分析。 結果: 本研究結果發現,內化問題行為(社交焦慮、社交孤寂、憂鬱)與網路成癮程度達顯著正相關。社會支持(父母支持、同儕支持)與網路成癮程度達顯著負相關。根據多元線性迴歸分析之結果顯示,國中時期的內化問題行為、父母支持、性別及父母教育程度可顯著預測高中時期網路成癮程度。 結論與建議: 本研究結果驗證了國中時期的青少年其內化問題行為表現及來自父母、同儕方面的社會支持皆會影響高中時期網路成癮程度。本研究建議父母、教師和其他健康工作者應盡早評估青少年心理狀況,以及社會支持狀況,同時指導學生瞭解心理健康議題及正確解決的方法,如此應有助於減緩後來依賴網路的情形。
Objectives The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between internalizing problem behavior (depression, social anxiety, social loneliness), social support (parental support, peer support), in secondary schools, and Internet behavioral addiction in high schools. Methods This study used part of the data (2008 and 2011) from the Child& Adolescent Behaviors in Long-term Evolution (CABLE) study. The total samples in this study were taken from 1,646 students. The statistical analyses were analyzed by the SAS 9.4 and STATA 13.0. The statistical methods included descriptive statistics, independent samples t test, One- way ANOVA, correlation test, and the hierarchical multiple linear regression analysis. Results Our study found that by internalizing the problem behavior (depression, social anxiety, social loneliness) were significant and positively correlated to the Internet addiction. Social support (parental support, peer support) were significant and negatively correlated to the Internet addiction. According to the results from the multiple linear regression model, after controlling for other variables, internalizing problem behavior, parental support, gender, and parental education, can significantly predict the degree of Internet addiction in the high school students. Conclusions and Recommendations This study has provided evidence that the adolescents' internalizing problem behavior and social support from their parents and peers can affect the degree of Internet addiction in high school. Results suggested that the parents, teachers, and other health workers should assess the psychological status of the adolescents, and their own social support as early as possible, thereby helping students to understand their mental health issues and to choose the solutions to solve them, as then it will help to slow down the subsequent reliance on the Internet.
Other Identifiers: G0003053130
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