The study examined the effects of a tobacco and alcohol media literacy education intervention. This study was a quasi-experimental design. In 2012, the participants included 10^(th) grade students from two vocational and two senior high schools in Taipei and New Taipei City. There were 299 studentsin the experimental group and 267 students in the control group. Students in the experimental group participated in 2 modules of tobacco and alcohol media literacy education intervention, while students in the control group received their usual classes. Generalized Estimating Equation method was used to examine the effects. The results indicated that the tobacco and alcohol media literacy education intervention significantly increased tobacco and alcohol media self-efffacy and critical thinking for participant students. The intervention also significantly increased the form and the audience domains of the tobacco and alcohol media literacy. Suggestions for tobacco and alcohol media literacy education intervention were provided.
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||24|
|Journal||Chinese Journal of School Health|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|