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Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
This study aims to investigate the frequency of students in evening high school go to highrisk places and associated factors. This study employed class as the unit of random se- lection based on nationwide registered evening school from Department of Education. A total of 19 classes were randomly selected and 757 students agreeed to fill in the questionnaire. The questionnaire consisted of demographics, individual factor (self-competence) , family factor (self-perceived parental understanding by the juvenile) , school performance, deviant peers and being in high risk places. The results of this study found that boys were more likely to be at high risk places than girls; The ittle understanding on the youth parents by the juvenile， the more chance the juvenile would go to high-risk places. The less parental knowledge and negative attitudes towards schools, students were more likely to be at high- risk places. Results from regression analysis showed that self-perceived parental understanding by the juvenile, school performance and deviant peers are significantly associated with being at high-risk places. The main predictors of young people go to high-risk places with deviant peers, school performance, gender, family factor.The study finding can provide evidence in designing curriculum and school regulations to prvent students go to high risk paces.
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