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A Study of the Relationship among Risk-taking Behavior of Junior High School Students -- One Junior high school in Taichung County as the example
junior high school students
The purpose of this study was to examine the interrelationships among risk behavior and its related factors in one junior high school in Taichung County. The study was conducted through Random Sampling in one junior high school in Taichung County. Questionnaires encompass the Basic Data, Social Relationship Questionnaire, Self-risk Perception Questionnaire, and Risk-taking Behavior Questionnaire. Questionnaires were conducted in one junior high school in Taichung County in June of 2009. There were 364 students participating in the study, complete with 349 valid samples. The main findings of this study are as follows, 1. Top one of risk-taking behavior was that running into the passageway. The rate of students who had had risk-taking behavior was 93.7%.One-grade students had participated in risk-taking behavior more frequently than others. 2. The variables of students’ gender and parenting style of mothers caused significant difference in their risk-taking behaviors. Male students had participated in risk-taking behaviors more frequently than female students. 3. Social relationships of students whose showed significantly negative correlation with risk-taking behavior. Self-risk perception was negatively correlation with risk-taking behavior. 4. Multiple regression analysis indicated that 31.2% of virtual relationship on the risk-taking behavior could be predicted, based on personal background and self-risk perception.
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