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A Study on the Relationship among Leisure Satisfaction, Emotional Regulations and Well-being of Students in One Junior High School at Kaohsiung County
A Study on the Relationship among Leisure Satisfaction, Emotional Regulations and Well-being of Students in One Junior High School at Kaohsiung County Abstract This research is to probe into the relationship among leisure satisfaction, emotional regulations and well-being of students in one junior high school at Kaohsiung County. There are five purposes for this research as follows, 1. to comprehend the conditions of population’s social demography variable, leisure satisfaction, emotional regulations and well-being, 2. to identify the different conditions of population’s social demography variable among leisure satisfaction, emotional regulations and well-being, 3, to research the relationship between the population’s leisure satisfaction and well-being, 4, to research the relationship between the population’s emotional regulations and well-being, and 5. to analysis the prediction of population’s leisure satisfaction, emotional regulations to well-being. The research adopted the methods of literature analysis and questionnaire survey. It sampled total amount of 540 students from one junior high school at Kaohsiung County for 2005 academic years, and 522 of them were valid returned. The statistical analysis included t-test, one-way analysis of variance, Pearson’s product-moment correlation and multiple regression analysis. The main conclusions are as follows, 1.The well-being of sampling students trends positive. 2.The overall and individual satisfactory levels from leisure satisfaction scale for sampling students were rated as average or better. 3.The overall and individual emotion regulation levels, except emotion expression, for sampling students were rated as average or better. 4.Overall leisure satisfaction of sampling students is differentiated from different socioeconomic status and peer relationship. That is, the 2nd level of socioeconomic status or good peer relationship leads to better leisure satisfaction. 5.It can be found in the leisure satisfaction level scale that the psychological or physiological aspect of boy students is higher than the girl students; girl students are higher than the boy students on the aestheticism aspect; the third-grade students are higher than the second-grade on the aspect of education; students of different socioeconomic status or class rank have obvious difference on the aspects of relaxing, psychology and aestheticism; the students of different peer relationship have obvious difference on all 6 aspects of leisure satisfaction. 6.The students’ emotional regulations differ from different socioeconomic status, class rank, and peer relationship. That is, the students with the 2nd and 3rd level of socioeconomic status, of top one-third class rank, or with good peer relationship have better emotional regulations. 7.It is found in Emotional Regulation Level Measurement that girl students perform better than boy students on the aspect of emotion awareness; the students with different socioeconomic status, class rank or peer relationship have obvious difference on the aspects of emotion awareness, emotion strategy, emotion reflection, and emotion effect. 8.The students’ well-being differs from different class rank and peer relationship. That is, the students of top one-third class rank or with good peer relationship have well-being. 9.The leisure satisfaction and emotion regulation have positive correlation with well-being in the students in one junior school at Kaohsiung County, 10.Well-being could be forecasted more accurately by using factors of leisure satisfaction and emotion regulation. These factors could also explain 32.9% variation effectively. Finally, recommendations would be provided as a reference of students’ well-being to schools, teachers, and future study according to the finding, conclusion.
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