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Title: 臺北市國中學生家長網路管教策略及其相關因素之研究
Parental Mediation of Children’s Internet Use among Parents of Junior High School Students in Taipei City
Authors: 張鳳琴
Chang, Fong-Ching
潘映君
PAN, Ying-Chun
Keywords: 國中生
家長
網路使用
網路管教策略
junior high school students
parent
internet use
parental mediation
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract:   本研究旨在探討臺北市國中學生家長網路管教策略之情形,以及分析家長背景資料、網路使用技能、對子女網路使用態度、知覺子女網路危險行為與家長網路管教策略之關係。本研究自臺北市國民中學抽樣選出18所國中學生之家長,回收有效問卷694份。研究結果如下: 一、受測家長一週平均使用電腦上網11.08小時,手機(含上網)7.64小時。最常使用的網路功能為電子郵件(一週平均4.08天)。 二、受測家長網路使用主動管教與網路安全主動管教、網路使用監控手段、網路使用技術性手段四者之間達顯著相關;網路使用限制性手段與網路使用技術性手段達顯著相關。 三、複迴歸分析結果顯示,(1)家長年齡越輕、親子相處情形越好、電子郵件使用頻率越高、網路使用技術越好、網路使用信心越好、對子女網路使用越擔心,越會採取網路使用主動管教。(2)家長網路使用技術越好、網路使用信心越好、對子女網路使用越擔心,越會採取網路安全主動管教。(3)家長年齡越輕、親子相處情形越好、網路使用信心越好、對子女網路使用越擔心,越會採取網路使用監控手段。(4)家長搜尋/下載資料的頻率越低、網路使用技術越好、對子女網路使用越擔心,越會採取網路使用技術性手段。(5)家長網路使用技術越好、對子女網路使用越不讚同,越會採取網路使用限制性手段。   建議增能家長網路使用技術、網路使用信心與網路管教策略,與子女培養良好親子關係,瞭解子女網路使用行為,以預防網路風險及獲得網路學習的助益。
  The purpose of this study was to explore parental mediation of children’s Internet use and to examine the related factors. Parents were randomly selected from 18 junior high schools in Taipei City. There were 694 parents who completed the self-administered questionnarie. The main findings of this study were as follows. 1.On average, parents spent 11.08 hours a week using a computer, and 7.64 hours on a cell phone (including the Internet). Parents used e-mail 4.08 days a week. 2.Parental active use mediation, active safety mediation, monitoring mediation, and technical mediation were significantly positively related to each other. Parental restrictive mediation was positively related to technical mediation. 3.Multiple regression analysis showed that the following: (1) Parents who were younger, with a good parent-child relationship, who frequently used e-mail, had higher Internet skills, greater confidence with Internet use, and were worried about children’s Internet use were more likely to implement parental active use mediation. (2) Parents with higher Internet skills, greater confidence with Internet use, and were worried about children’s Internet use were more likely to implement active safety mediation. (3) Parents who were younger, with a good parent-child relationship, who had a higher level of confidence with Internet use, and were worried about children’s Internet use were more likely to implement monitoring mediation. (4) Parents who less frequently searched or downloaded data, who had higher Internet skills, and were worried about children’s Internet use were more likely to implement technical mediation. (5) Parents with higher Internet skills and were worried about children’s Internet use were more likely to implement restrictive mediation.   In conclusion, a strengthening of parent’s Internet skills is suggested, in order to enhance parents’ Internet use confidence and parental mediation techniques. Parents should develop good relationships with their children and understand their online behaviors to prevent Internet risks and still receive the benefits of the Internet.
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