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The Construction of An Assessment Questionnaire on the Human Rights Attitudes That High School Students Hold
high school students
human rights attitudes
其次，本研究使用修正式德懷術(Modified Delphi Method)，以文獻探討的結果為基礎，製作出專家問卷，並邀請國內十一名人權教育專長之學者專家、高中教師組成德懷術專家群（完成三次問卷專家效度調查的專家群共有十一名），並在為期三個月完成來回三次德懷術的匿名討論，形成「高中學生人權態度施測問卷」之內涵項目。根據研究發現，歸納出以下結論：
This study aims to construct an assessment questionnaire on the human rights attitudes that high school students hold. First of all, we discuss the fundamental dimensions and content items of students at different phrases by organizing national and international related literature extensively. The four fundamental dimensions of the human rights attitudes that high school students have developed are then deduced. Taking the literature review as the research basis, this study thereupon adopts the modified Delphi method to develop expert questionnaires. In order to generate the items on the assessment questionnaires for high school students about their human rights attitudes, the experts group of eleven scholars, experts and high school teachers (i.e. those who completed three evaluations of expert validity and analysis of questionnaires) who specialize in human rights education was organized. The group then carried out three anonymous discussions in three months. The conclusion is shown as follows: First, There are four fundamental dimensions of human rights attitudes, namely, "freedom and rights", "respect and recognition", "fairness and justice" and" peace and sustainable development". Secondly, there are thirty-seven questions in total regarding the human rights attitudes that high school students have developed. The first part comprises thirty-two items about the human rights attitudes that high school students hold, inclusive of eight questions in Dimension Freedom and Rights, two questions in Dimension Respect and Recognition, eight questions in Dimension Fairness and Justice and eight questions in Dimension Peace and Sustainable Development. There are five questions in the second part regarding personal information of the subjects. Based on the research process and the conclusion of this study, the author proposes some related suggestions as regard to the practical side of the assessments of human rights attitude that high school students hold for future researchers' reference. By assessing the human right attitudes that high school students hold, we hope to assist in educating citizens with positive human rights attitudes. This study also serves as reference for education authorities of the government as constructing questionnaires and planning for future curriculums.
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