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    Title: 高中生網路霸凌認知、情感與行為之相關研究
    Other Titles: Cognition, affection, and behaviors of cyber bullying among high school students
    Authors: 楊琬琳;Yang, Wan-Lin
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育心理與諮商研究所碩士班
    李麗君;Lee, Li-Chun
    Keywords: 高中生;青少年;網路霸凌;同理心;從眾行為;high school student;adolescents;cyber bullying;Empathy;Conformity
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-01 13:42:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   本研究以態度ABC模式為基礎,以瞭解網路霸凌認知、情感與行為之關係,並加入同理心、從眾行為兩變項深入探討。除瞭解不同背景變項的學生在網路霸凌的認知、情感與行為、同理心、從眾行為之差異情形外,更探討變項之間的相關,並找出預測網路霸凌行為的模式,藉此提供未來研究者與相關機構適當的建議。本研究採用問卷調查法,以599位學校位於台北市、新北市之公、私立高中、職學生為樣本,研究工具包含「網路霸凌的知識、信念、情感、行為、從眾行為、同理心量表」,以獨立樣本t檢定、單因子變異數分析、皮爾森積差相關、逐步多元回歸等統計方法進行數據的分析。
      本研究的主要發現有:
    一、性別的不同在網路使用時間、網路霸凌、同理心、從眾行為皆達顯著差異。
    二、網路使用時間在網路霸凌的知識、信念、情感、行為與同理心、從眾行為上皆達顯著差異。
    三、學制的不同在網路霸凌的認知、知識、信念、情感、行為上有所差異。
    四、態度ABC模式在網路霸凌議題中得到印證;與行為的相關中,情感高於認知;訊息內涵中,信念與網路霸凌行為相關最高。
    五、同理心與網路霸凌認知、情感、行為相關,且與網路霸凌情感的相關最高。
    六、從眾行為與網路霸凌認知、情感、行為相關,且與網路霸凌行為的相關最高。
    七、透過網路霸凌信念、情感、同理心與從眾行為,可以有效預測網路霸凌行為,又以網路霸凌的信念預測力最強。
    八、網路霸凌的認知、情感與行為間可互相預測,並彼此影響。
    九、針對各網路霸凌變項之預測模式中,預測網路霸凌行為的模式解釋力最高。
     This study, based on ABC model of attitude, investigates relations between the cognition, affection, and behaviors of cyber bullying among high school students, with empathy and conformity as two additional variables. The study is to understand the variance of cognition, affection and behavior, empathy, and conformity of cyber bullying among students with different background variables (i.e. gender, region, school system, and grade), as well as to analyze the relations between the variables, and to come up with a model for predicting cyber bullying behaviors, which could be utilized by other researchers and related institutions in the future. A survey study of 599 high school students located in Taipei City and New Taipei City was conducted, using “Knowledge, Beliefs, Affection, Behavior, Conformity, and Empathy of Cyber Bullying Scale.” Independent sample t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson Product-Moment correlation, stepwise multiple regression analysis were used for analyzing collected data.
     Major findings of this study includes:
    1. Gender difference affects internet usage time, cyber bullying, empathy, and conformity significantly.
    2. Internet usage time is a significant variable which affects the knowledge, belief, affection, behavior, empathy, and conformity of cyber bullying.
    3. Difference of school system was reflected on the cognition, knowledge, affection, and behavior of cyber bullying.
    4. ABC model of attitude was verified: the correlation between behavior and affection was higher than the correlation between behavior and cognition; among the cognitive components, beliefs have the highest correlation with the behavior of cyber bullying.
    5. Empathy is correlated with the cognition, affection, and behavior of cyber bullying, and it has the highest correlation with affection.
    6. Conformity is correlated with the cognition, affection, and behavior of cyber bullying, and it has the highest correlation with behavior.
    7. Cyber bullying behaviors can be efficiently predicted by the beliefs, affection, empathy, conformity of cyber bullying. The beliefs of cyber bullying would be the strongest predictor among all.
    8. The cognition, affection, and behavior of cyber bullying can be predictors for one another as they affect each other.
    9. Among the prediction models for variables of cyber bullying, the one for predicting behaviors of cyber bullying has the highest strength in predicting future incidents.
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