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Research of relationships among life stress,self-esteem,social support and suicidal ideation of high school students in taipei county
high school students
The purposes of this study were to investigate the current suicidal ideation of high school students in taipei county and to explore its relationship between life stress, self-esteem, and social support. By using a random sampling method, 387 of valid samples were collected with a self-administrated questionnaires Data was analyzed with one-way ANOVA, independent-sample T test, Pearson product-moment correlation, and multiple linear regression. The main findings of the study were as follows: 1.The overall suicidal ideation of high school students was very rarely.6.4%-15.8% of the subjects had suicidal ideation during the past weeks. 2.Subjects perceive the most of life stress events are school events in past 6 months. 3.The score of subjects’ global self-esteem was mainly distributed at middle-high level. 4. Subjects perceive the most of social support are come from friends support, the next are significant others support, and the last are family support. 5. The life stress of subjects are significant difference among sex, grade, and social economic status. 6. The social support of subjects are significant difference among sex, parents marital status , and living situation. 7. The suicidal ideation of subjects are significant difference among living situation. 8. The suicidal ideation of subjects was positive correlation between life stress.and was negative correlation between social support and esteem. 9.The demography data, life stresses,self esteem and social supports can explain 52.4% of the total variances in suicidal ideation of subjects. 10. The self esteem and family support can predict suicidal ideation of high school students. At the end of this thesis, these results were discussed and suggestions for the practical experience and future studies.
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