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|Other Titles:||A Study on Off-campus Lives of Junior High School Students During Their Academic Year|
Department od Education, NTNU
The Off─Campus activities of junior high school students tremendously affect the development of their mental and physical characteristics. This has been one of the major issues of compulsory education. Therefore, a comprehensive study on students' Off─Campus activities is a necessity. The purpose of this study is to examine the students' Off─Campus activities with reference to weekdays and weekends and evaluate the distribution profile according to the activities and frequency. A Study of Off─Campus activities is also made according to the influence of the sex, grades, socioeconomic status, the family size and method of parenting. In order to produce concrete results, a“Questionnaire on Off─Campus Activities of Junior High School Students” has been developed. An initiative questionnaire was prepared with special reference to research documents. The questionnaire was subject to several revisions, preliminary testing and further evaluation by scholars and experts. The contents of the said questionnaire appears in two forms：on is the“Structural Form” and the other is the “Non─Structural Form.”The interviewers in addition recorded Off─Campus activities of the students on weekdays and weekends as well. In December 1983, random samplings were conducted among the students of 10 Junior High Schools of the first and the third grades. The statistical analysis methods used were average, means of percentage, X2 tests, one way ANOVA and the Scheff's method. Through these statistical analyses the following important conclusions were drawn：1. The Off─Campus activities ranked by frequency on weekdays come in the following sequence：daily routine, home work, recreational activities, house work；while on the weekends, daily routine, recreational activities, home work, house work. The Off─Campus activities on weekdays based on the numbers of participants come in the following sequence：recreationally oriented, culturally oriented, socially oriented, and sports oriented；and that on the we
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