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Influence between Sibling Relationship, Peer Interaction and The Development of Leadership Based on Junior High School Students in Taipei
Taipei junior high school student
This study set and elaborated the development as well as the prediction of sibling relationship, peer interaction, and leadership among junior high school students in Taipei City. The study also attempted to examine the effect of background variables upon students’ different developments of sibling relationship, peer interaction, and leadership. The study was conducted by means of questionnaire survey. “The Questionnaire for Sibling Relationship, Peer Interaction, and Leadership Development” was used as a research tool for this study. The participants were the junior high school students in Taipei City in 2015 academic year. Eighty-nine of junior high schools in Taipei were involved in this study. Among the 1100 mailed questionnaires, 1024 were valid. The collected data were analyzed by SPSS 22.0 descriptive statistic, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation, multiple stepwise regression analysis. The research obtained conclusions as following: 1.The sibling relationship of junior high school students in Taipei is more intimate than competitive, peer interaction is more positive than negative, the leadership characteristic is higher than conceptual ability and interpersonal skills. 2.The youngest child has more intimate sibling relation compared with the eldest child, while the eldest child has more competitive sibling relation than the youngest child. 3.Junior high school female students in Taipei have higher rate among positive peer interaction, and leadership characteristic, while male students have more negative peer interaction. 4.Taipei Junior high school students in 7th grade have better peer interaction than students in 8th and 9th grade. The 9-grader has more negative peer interaction compared to 7-grader and 8-grader. 5.Taipei Junior high school students with siblings have more negative peer interaction than the single child. 6.Taipei Junior high school students’ sibling interaction and leadership development is modestly correlated. 7.Taipei Junior high school students’ peer interaction and leadership development is moderately correlated 8.The positive peer interaction and intimate sibling relation can effectively predict the development of leadership among Taipei Junior high school students. According to the findings above, suggestions are offered to educational administrations and future research.
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