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A Study on the Student’s Attitude towards Computer of the Public Junior High Schools in Taipei Area
attitude towards computer
public junior high shcools
The goal of this research is to investigate the attitudes toward computers (henceforth ATC) among public junior high school students in Taipei area. Different ATCs due to different personal background, different learning experience, and different family environment are also taken into consideration. The approach of questionnaire investigation is adopted. Subjects are public junior high school students in Taipei City and Taipei County, stratified cluster sampling method. The total questionnaire issued and returned is 1976 and 1943 respectively, with a percentage of 98%. In statistics, frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, independent sample t-test, one-way ANOVA analysis and Scheffe’ method for post comparison were used to make analysis and test. The findings are listed below. I. The structure of ATC, ranked from high to low, is usefulness (4.1651), anxiety, fondness, and confidence (3.5966). There seems to be room for improvement. II. In the variable of personal background, males’ ATC is significantly higher than that of females. Families with medium or high social and economic status have significantly higher ATC than those with lower social and economic status. Similarly, students in Taipei City have higher ATC than those in the towns in Taipei County, and students in Taipei City and Taipei County have higher ATC than those in the outlying area of Taipei County. In the variable of computer-learning experience, those who have learned to use the computer for more than five months have higher ATC than those who only learned to use the computer for 1-3 month, less than 1 month, and those who have never learned to use the computer. Those who used the computer for a longer period of time every week have higher ATC than those who used the computer less. In the variable of different family environment, those who have computers, access to Internet, computer books or magazines, and a friend with whom they can discuss computers will have higher ATC than those who have none of them. Based on the findings mentioned above, five conclusion and nine suggestions are provided in this investigation.
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