The Influence of Behavioral Modeling and Affective Attachment to the Seventh Graders’ Smoking Behavior

碩士 === 國立臺灣大學 === 衛生政策與管理研究所 === 96 === The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of behavioral modeling and affective attachment to the seventh graders school students smoking behavior. The Study sample in order to choose from students in the elementary school of Taipei City and Hs...

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Main Authors: Yun-Yu Huang, 黃韻宇
Other Authors: Lee-Lan Yen
Format: Others
Language:zh-TW
Published: 2008
Online Access:http://ndltd.ncl.edu.tw/handle/60206024583377662380
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spelling ndltd-TW-096NTU055970202015-11-25T04:04:37Z http://ndltd.ncl.edu.tw/handle/60206024583377662380 The Influence of Behavioral Modeling and Affective Attachment to the Seventh Graders’ Smoking Behavior 行為示範及情感依附對七年級學生吸菸行為的影響 Yun-Yu Huang 黃韻宇 碩士 國立臺灣大學 衛生政策與管理研究所 96 The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of behavioral modeling and affective attachment to the seventh graders school students smoking behavior. The Study sample in order to choose from students in the elementary school of Taipei City and Hsin-chu County in 2001, this research sample for attend in 2004 grade seven. The 2171 study objects were composed of 50.4% male and 49.6% female. The main variables were included: father’s smoking behavior, mother’s smoking behavior, the numbers of smoking friends, relationship with parent and relationship with classmate. In addition, Personal factors of students’ smoking behavior were concerned in the meanwhile, such as sex, family’s economic condition, home type, father’s education, mother’s education and self-efficacy. This research makes use of SPSS 12.0 software packages find after analyzing the grade seven students has the ratio of smoking as 3.2% and non-smoking students indicate the ratio that the coming year may smoke as 12.7%.  After controlling all the variables in the binary logistic regression model, three variables remained significant with current smoking behavior including sex, friend’s smoking behavior and relationship with parent. In addition there were seven variables remained significant with non-smoking students’ probability smoking in next year including sex, father’s education, self-efficacy, father’s smoking behavior, number of smoking friends, relationship with parent, and relationship with friends. According to study result and suggest father should build up the behavior demonstration don''t smoking; Encourage teenager and its peers don''t smoke; Enhance parents and children and peers of good depend on a relation. Lee-Lan Yen 李蘭 2008 學位論文 ; thesis 81 zh-TW
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description 碩士 === 國立臺灣大學 === 衛生政策與管理研究所 === 96 === The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of behavioral modeling and affective attachment to the seventh graders school students smoking behavior. The Study sample in order to choose from students in the elementary school of Taipei City and Hsin-chu County in 2001, this research sample for attend in 2004 grade seven. The 2171 study objects were composed of 50.4% male and 49.6% female. The main variables were included: father’s smoking behavior, mother’s smoking behavior, the numbers of smoking friends, relationship with parent and relationship with classmate. In addition, Personal factors of students’ smoking behavior were concerned in the meanwhile, such as sex, family’s economic condition, home type, father’s education, mother’s education and self-efficacy. This research makes use of SPSS 12.0 software packages find after analyzing the grade seven students has the ratio of smoking as 3.2% and non-smoking students indicate the ratio that the coming year may smoke as 12.7%.  After controlling all the variables in the binary logistic regression model, three variables remained significant with current smoking behavior including sex, friend’s smoking behavior and relationship with parent. In addition there were seven variables remained significant with non-smoking students’ probability smoking in next year including sex, father’s education, self-efficacy, father’s smoking behavior, number of smoking friends, relationship with parent, and relationship with friends. According to study result and suggest father should build up the behavior demonstration don''t smoking; Encourage teenager and its peers don''t smoke; Enhance parents and children and peers of good depend on a relation.
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