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|Other Titles:||Congruence of Student, Parent and Teacher Perceptions of Adolescent Adjustment Problems|
Department od Education, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to investigate adolescent adjustment problems and perception differences among students, parents, and eighth─teachers of junior high schools. The sample consisted of 396 grade students in fifteen municipal junior high schools in Taichung, equal in both sex and class. The patents samples match with student, 268 teachers mere selected in this study. The total number is 1,060.The main method used in this study were literature review, questionnaire survey and comparative study, it also analyzes if sex, class, level of education, years in service, subject of teaching, parents occupation, economic status, affect their perception Money Problems Check List（MPCL）, a Chinese revision, junior high school students form, were conducted for students only. Shortform of MPCL was designed for all samples. The data obtained were statistically treated by one way ANOVA, two way ANOVA, Spearman Rank Correlation, and Kandall Coefficient of Concordance.The main findings of the study were as follows：1. Female students always have more adjustment problems than the males. 2. Lower─class students have more adjustment problems than upper─class students, especially, the females have the most problems. 3. The area of adjustment problems, its rank order were in sequence：School（S），Self─centered concerns（SC），Money─Work─the Future（MWF），Relation to People in General（BG）, Health and physical Development （HPD），Boy and Girl Relations（BG）, Homes and Family（HF）. 4. The most puzzling items were in sequence：troubled with English, not making the most of time to study, hearing great expectation from parents, too much worried about the pass through entrance examination of senior high school, eager to break off a bad habit, lack of the outdoor activities, being dishonest sometimes troubled with mathematics. 5. Since “School” area was considered by all samples as the most serious troubles, it indicates there exist many defects in junior high school education. 6. There are much remar
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