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The Research of relationships among self- esteem, the degree of depression, social support and suicidal ideation of college students.―Take a college students for example
the degree of depression
The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence of suicidal ideation among college students and to further explore its relationships between self-esteem, the degree of depression, and social support. The researching matrix based on the college students of a certain private university. It adopted random sampling method, and used self-administrated questionnaires to set up the statistics, thus, we acquired 385 valid samples and the effective rate of return came to be 96.3%. The statistics were analyzed by the methods of one-way ANOVA, T-test, Pearson product-moment correlation and multiple linear regression. The major findings are as follows: 1.There were about 39.5% research subjects having experienced suicidal ideation during the previous week. Among them, the seniors were higher than the freshmen.. 2.The subjects' self- esteem of the research was at middle- high level. 3.There were 25.5% research subjects having reached a level above the light depression during the past two weeks. 4.The most social support of the subjects came mainly from their friends , the next was significant others’ and the least was family support. The sophomores’ perceived social support was higher than the seniors. 5.The suicidal ideation of subjects showed a positive correlation between the degree of depression, and showed a negative correlation between self- esteem and social support. 6.The demography data, self- esteem, the degree of depression and the social support could explain 58.4% of the total variation in suicidal ideation of the subjects. 7.The degree of depression and family support could predict suicidal ideation of college students, and the most important predictor was the degree of depression. At the end of this thesis, these results were discussed and suggestions for the practical experience and future studies. Key Words: suicidal ideation, self-esteem, the degree of depression, social support, college students
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