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A Study on Political Attitudes and Related Factors of Senior High School Students in Taiwan
senior high school students
The main purpose of this study was to understand the political attitudes, including sense of political efficacy, political trust and civic participation attitude, of senior high school students in Taiwan Nowdays. The other purpose was to examine the differences in political attitudes resulting from different personal backgrounds, including gender, major and family’s socioeconomic status, parenting ( parenting styles and degrees of family politicalsocialization), factors in school ( classmates, teachers and atomosphere) and the use of social networking sites. The data-collecting method adopted in the research is questionnaire inquiry. The data were analyzed by descriptive satistics, independent-samples t- test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation and multiple regression. The findings of this study are listed as follows: 1. The political attitudes of senior high school students in Taiwan were positive. But the political trust of high school students was not as good as the other political attitudes. 2. There were significant correlation among the sense of political efficacy, political trust and civic participation attitude. 3. There were differences in political attitudes of senior high school students with different gender, major and family’s socioeconomic status. 4. There were differences in political attitudes of senior high school students with different parenting styles and degree of family politicalsocialization. 5. There were differences in political attitudes of senior high school students with different factors in school, including classmates, teachers and atomosphere. 6. There were differences in political attitudes of senior high school students with different use of social networking sites. 7. The factors mentioned above could predicate 19.8% political attitudes of senior high school students in Taiwan. Based on the findings of this research, suggestion were made for the government, high school students, family, school and further research in the future. Keywords：senior high school students, political attitudes, political socialization
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