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Title: 臺灣地區高中生政治態度與相關因素調查研究
A Study on Political Attitudes and Related Factors of Senior High School Students in Taiwan
Authors: 鄧毓浩
吳淑敏
Wu, Shu-Min
Keywords: 高中生
政治態度
政治社會化
senior high school students
political attitudes
political socialization
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: 本研究旨在瞭解現今臺灣地區高中學生之政治態度(政治功效意識、政治信任感、公民參與態度)現況,以及個人背景(性別、就讀組別、參與學校自治組織、家庭社經地位)、家庭教養(父母管教方式、政治化程度)、學校環境(同儕討論、導師班經、行政組織氣氛)及使用網路社群媒體狀況等四因素與高中生政治態度之相關性。 本研究採問卷調查方式蒐集資料,利用敘述統計、獨立樣本t檢定、單因子變異數、皮爾森績差相關、多元回歸之統計方法進行資料分析,得到以下研究結果: 一、臺灣地區高中生之整體政治態度現況積極正向,其中政治信任感表現較為不理想。 二、臺灣地區高中生各面向之政治態度具有顯著正相關,但政治信任感與公民參與態度並無顯著相關。 三、不同性別、就讀組別、家庭社經地位之高中生,政治態度具有顯著差異。 四、不同父母管教方式、家庭政治化程度之高中生,政治態度具有顯著差異。 五、不同同儕討論狀況、導師班級經營風格、學校行政組織氣氛之高中生,政治態度具有顯著差異。 六、不同網路社群媒體使用狀況之高中生,其政治態度呈現顯著差異。 七、個人背景(扣除參與學校自治組織或活動之經驗)、家庭教養學校環境與網路社群媒體使用狀況等因素對臺灣地區高中生政治態度之預測力為19.8%。 最後,根據上述研究發現對政府、高中生、家庭教養、學校教育、媒體以及後續研究提出建議。 關鍵字:高中生、政治態度、政治社會化 
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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