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Study on the Correlation Between Access to the Media Information of Alcohol, Knowledge of Drinking, Attitudes toward Drinking and Drinking Behavior Among the Senior High and Vocational High School Students in Taipei City
media information of alcohol
health locus of control
knowledge of drinking
attitudes toward drinking
This research is based in cross-sectional survey method and in accordance with students from second semester in academic year of ninety- ninety for senior high and vocational high schools in Taipei city. This study is used questionnaire survey by stratified-cluster random sampling method. Selecting 24 classes from first grade to third grade of students. There are 954 questionnaires. The effective return rate is 94.7%, a total sample size were 903 students. The important summary is as follows: 1. The aspect of knowledge of drinking, the third grade students have more knowledge of drinking than first grade students. The students, who have the higher access to the media Information of alcohol frequency and have more knowledge of drinking. 2. The aspect of attitudes toward drinking, the first grade students are more positive of attitudes toward drinking than third grade students. The female are more positive than male. The middle academic performance of students are more positive than lower .The parents of the student don’t drinking are more positive than parents of the student drinking. The peer of the student don’t drinking are more positive than peer of the student drinking. The students, who have the higher access to the media information of Alcohol frequency and are more negative for aspect of Attitudes toward Drinking. Students have more knowledge of drinking and are more positive for aspect of attitudes toward drinking. 3. The aspect of drinking behavior, the drinking ratio for researched students is 64.2% and drinking ratio in month for researched students is 34.3%. The students who have higher drinking behavior are male, peer of the student Sometimes or often drinking. In addition, have the higher access to the media information of alcohol frequency and have higher drinking behavior. The students who are more positive the access to the media information of alcohol attitudes, students who are more positive the attitudes toward drinking and lower drinking behavior. The students who have internal health locus of control and lower drinking behavior. 4. Under the control of social population and health locus of control variable, we discover the major forecasted elements is “attitudes toward drinking”, could explain 2.5 % of participants’ drinking behavior. The students, who are more negative for attitudes toward drinking, are tended to drinking.
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