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The purpose of this study was to understand the opinions and the related factors of smoking-free campus of senior high school students. The study was mainly based on the questionnaire survey. The samples were selected from the students of Ta Ming Senior High School in Taichung. After the survey which used the stratified random sampling method, this study collected 502 available samples. Through compiling and statistic analysis of those samples, five significant findings were presented as follows: (1) Most of the samples had correct knowledge about the damages caused by smoking. Their anti-smoking attitudes were relatively positive. They also had a higher degree of self- efficacy of anti-smoking. They were very supportive of the idea of smoking-free campus. (2) People on this study showed a positive attitude toward the opinions of smoking-free campus. However, the rating was low when we asked about "the difficulty in promoting the campaign of smoking-free campus." People thought those regulations tended to be too tedious. There were 6 percent of students who considered those warnings and smoking-free slogans ineffective. (3) The degree which research samples obtained information about smoking-free campus and the Tobacco Hazard Control Act was just medium. And they hoped they could get more information from some correlative articles, magazines, formal courses, lectures, and the internet. (4) The variables which showed a positive relationship with the opinions of smoking-free campus of the senior high school students were students' sex, grade ranks, smoking behavior, smoking knowledge, anti-smoking attitudes, self-efficacy of anti-smoking, supporting environment, the obtaining of the correlative information and the situation of the prevention of campus smoking. The smoking behavior of some important persons would also show a negative correlation with the opinions of smoking-free campus. (5) The important factors influencing the prediction of the opinions of smoking-free campus from senior high school students were smoking knowledge, anti-smoking attitudes, self-efficacy of anti-smoking, the correlative news, and the supporting environment. Among these factors, the anti-smoking attitudes were the most influential ones.
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