남녀 청소년들의 도박행동에 대한 충동성, 스트레스, 도박신념 및 부모애착의 영향력 차이
The Effects of Impulsiveness, Stress, Gamblers' Beliefs, and Parents Attachment on Gambling of Male and Female Middle School Students.
The present study explored the effects of impulsiveness, stress, gamblers' beliefs, and parents attachment on gambling of male and female middle school students. Total 752 male and female middle school students in Seoul and Chung-cheong were participated in a survey in which impulsiveness, stress, gamblers' beliefs, parents attachment, and gambling (experiences both so far and during the last year) were explored. Results showed that first, most of the participants(more than 80%) had experiences of gambling both so far and during the last year, and the rates of experiences were higher among male adolescents than female counterparts. Second, gambling items those were chosen by adolescents mostly often were general on-line game, off-line sport game, and off-line machine game. Third, factors those were significantly correlated to the recent gambling of adolescents were gender, gamblers' beliefs, intent to future gambling, and mother attachment(negatively). Forth, for male adolescents, gamblers' beliefs, impulsiveness, and stress showed significant effect on their recent gambling, meanwhile only gamblers' beliefs showed significant effect on their intend to future gambling. For female adolescents, only gamblers' beliefs showed significant effect on their recent gambling as well as intend to future gambling. On the bases of the results revealed in the present study, meaning and implication of the results, and significance and limitation of study were discussed.
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