國中生生活緊張因素、負向情緒調節能力與幸福感之相關研究—以臺南市國中生為例

Translated title of the contribution: The Relationship among Strain Factors, Negative Emotion Regulation, and Well-being for Junior High School Students in Tainan

爾暄 王, 承傑 李, Yuk-Ying Tung

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Abstract

Although there are many studies about the effect of teenagers’ strain factors on well-being, few of them focus on the mediate effect of negative emotion regulation. Based on Robert Agnew’s general strain theory, the purpose of this study was to explore the relationship among strain factors, negative emotion regulation, and well-being for junior high school students in Tainan. This study indicated that negative incidents had a direct influence on living satisfaction. Among the four kinds of negative stimuli, the living negative stimuli had the strongest influence on well-being. When students perceived themselves as being aimless in life, it did not only have a direct impact on their personal relationship and personality, but also had an influence on their living satisfaction and campus life. In addition, negative academic stimuli had an effect on self-identification and living satisfaction. After adding three kinds of negative emotion regulation, the negative emotion regulation of daily life could moderate a lot the effect of strain factors on well-being. However, it was an interesting finding that the more future negative stimuli students perceived, the better negative emotion regulation of academic performance and daily life they presented. It showed a positive attitude to face negative stimuli.
Translated title of the contributionThe Relationship among Strain Factors, Negative Emotion Regulation, and Well-being for Junior High School Students in Tainan
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)31-62
Journal教育理論與實踐學刊
Volume35
Publication statusPublished - 2017 Jun

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