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    Title: 高中生社群網站使用行為與現實人際互動、學習風格之相關研究 : 以臺北縣市為例
    Other Titles: A correlative study on social network website usage with interpersonal interaction and learning style among high school students in Taipei
    Authors: 林淳蔭;Lin, Chun-yin
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育心理與諮商研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 社群網站;人際互動;學習風格;高中生;Social networking websites;Interpersonal interaction;Learning style;High school students
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 15:20:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   本研究旨在探討高中生在社群網站上的使用行為與其在現實環境中與他人的互動情形,以及在學習上所呈現出的學習風格類型之間的相關研究。研究對象為台北縣市之公私立普通高中、高職和五專一至三年級在學學生,利用叢集取樣的方式,取得正式樣本768人,並透過問卷調查法進行資料的蒐集,所使用的工具為「基本資料表」、「社群網站使用行為調查表」、「現實生活人際互動量表」和「學習風格檢核表」。而問卷調查所得的資料分別以「敘述統計」、「t檢定考驗」、「單因子變異數分析」和「皮爾遜積差相關分析」等統計方法進行處理。
     The purpose of this study is to investigate the correlation on social network website usage with interpersonal interaction and learning style among high school students. The subjects are grade one to three students of public and private senior high school, vocational school and five-year upper secondary school in Taipei. The researcher adopts cluster sampling to collect 768 valid questionnaires. The materials are the “Basic information table”, the “Social network website usage questionnaire”, the “Real interpersonal interaction scale” and the “Learning style checklist”. The gathered data are analyzed by several statistical procedures, such as descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA and Pearson product-moment correlation.
     The major findings are as followings:
    1.The reasons of that high school students use and browse social network websites are related with the peer interaction in real life, as they more like to interact with others in reality than on the Internet. Their favorite functions are blog and photo album, and they like to see the contents of picture or video on the Internet.
    2.Female high school students like to use social networking websites more than male high school students.
    3.Vocational school students like to use audio and video functions more than senior high school students. Compare with the vocational school and five-year upper secondary school students, the senior high school students like to read text contents on the Internet, and they like to use more creative ways to express their ideas and feelings, they also have more discussions into the explored learning.
    4.High school students emphasize peer interaction, but parents and teachers still have some influence on them.
    5.Using interactive functions and the real interpersonal relationship have a significantly positive correlation.
    6.The students who like to use more audio and video functions have the tendency to receive one-way message and to interact with others on the Internet, and thus they have less intimate interactions with classmates and friends in real life, but ironically they are closer to teachers.
    7.High school students’ learning style is social, friendly, and interaction-oriented, the support and care from others are also very important to them.
    8.The students who like to see picture or video contents on the Internet prefer to have the exact results in their studies, and they also expect to have the chance to do the practical trainings.
     Based on the abovementioned results and discussions, the researcher has made some useful comments and suggestions for the teachers and counselors.
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