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The Relationships Between Family Relationship, Parent-Teacher Relationship, Peer Relationship, and Subjective Class Well-Being Among Junior High School Students
subjective class well-being
The purpose of the study was to explore the relationships between family relationship, parent-teacher relationship, peer relationship, and subjective class well-being among junior high school students. Participants were 493 junior high school students (244 males and 249 females) from six junior high schools in Taipei and New Taipei. The instruments applied were Basic Data Scale, Family Relationship Scale, Parent-teacher Scale, Peer Relationship Scale, and Subjective Class Well-Being Scale. The obtained data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, one-way ANOVA, Scheffe’s method, Pearson’s correlation, regression analysis. The results were as follows: 1. There was a significant difference between different genders in perception of peer relationship. The female’s perception of peer relationship was more positive than that of males. 2. There was a significant difference between different siblings in perception of parent relationship. The perceived parent relationship of the students with siblings was more positive than that of the students without siblings. 3. There was a significant difference among students with different achievements in their perception of family relationship, parent-teacher relationship, and peer relationship. 4. There was a significant difference among students of different socioeconomic status in perception of parent relationship, parent-child relationship, parent-teacher relationship, peer relationship, and subjective class well-being. 5. There was apositive correlation between perceived family relationship, parent-teacher relationship, peer relationship, and subjective class well-being. 6. The subjective class well-being is predictable from the perceived family relationship, parent-teacher relationship, and peer relationship, with the peer relationship being the most powerful predictor. Implications of this study for junior high school guidance work, parental education, and suggestions for future researches were also discussed.
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