大學生最佳生活概況及其相關因素研究-以新竹市某綜合大學學生為例

Translated title of the contribution: Study on optimal living profile and its related factors among university students in HsinChu City

陳淑惠, 苗迺芳, 林志遠, 胡益進, 劉芳

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Abstract

This study investigated the Optimal Living Profile and its predictive factors among university students, in an attempt to make recommendations. The participants are undergraduate students who are over 20 years old and recruited from an university located in Hsinchu City, Taiwan. 246 effective data were collected via self-administered questionnaires, including students from 5 different colleges in this university. The results of the study are summarized as follows: 1. The majority of students were females over 20 years old without religious belief, and most of them enrolled in the College of Management while living in the school dormitory without a part-time job. 2. The highest Optimal Living Profile for the students was the emotional wellness, followed by intellectual wellness, spiritual wellness, environmental wellness, social wellness, and physical wellness. 3. The research objective of both intention and self-confidence to improve the health were positively correlated with Optimal Living Profile ( r = 0.22~0.46, p < .01). The background variable, health improve intention and health improve self-confidence can effectively predict the Optimal Living Profile and explain 15.0% to 36.8% of the total variance. Based on the above results, it is recommended that universities, families and individuals can encourage students to participate in different types of health promotion activities through peer and can design multiple innovative activities for students to choose. These strategies can enhance intentions and self-confidence to improve health among students and further achieve the best of life.
Translated title of the contributionStudy on optimal living profile and its related factors among university students in HsinChu City
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)53-73
Number of pages21
Journal學校衛生
Issue number71
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2017

Keywords

  • university students
  • Optimal Living Profile
  • health improve intention
  • health improve self-confidence

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