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The Relationships Among Personality Traits, Parenting Style and The User Experience of Social Live Broadcasting Platform in Junior High School Students.
junior high school students
experience of using social live broadcasting platforms
The purpose of this study is to explore the relationships among the personality traits, parenting style and the user experience of social live broadcasting platform in junior high school students. A total of 761 junior high school students in Taipei City, New Taipei City and Taoyuan City were selected as the research objects. And valid samples were 640, including 353 boys and 287 girls. The data was analyzed through descriptive statistics, chi-square test, one-way analysis of variance, Scheffé's method, partial correlation and multiple regression analysis. There are four findings in the research: 1.The personality traits of junior high school students are significantly different according to the social- economic status of their families. Those with high social-economic status have higher degrees in personality of extroversion, openness and conscientiousness than those with low social-economic status. 2.Parenting style varies significantly according to different family conditions. For those living with parents and living with fathers, the parenting style tending to authoritative than permissive. 3.The personality traits of agreeableness, neuroticism, extraversion and openness of junior high school students are significantly correlated with the experience of using social broadcast platforms. 4. For junior high school students, their experience of using social live broadcasting can be significantly predicted based on the personality traits of agreeableness, neuroticism, and extraversion. It is expected that the results of this study can provide reference for parents, educators and future research.
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