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韓國學校保健學會誌 = The Journal of the Korean society of school health v.24 no.1, 2011년, pp.110 - 117  
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서울시 고등학생의 진로고민 스트레스와 가정 및 학교에서의 갈등, 그리고 건강위험행동과의 관계
Association of Conflict at Home and School, and of Health-risk Behaviors with Career Stress among High School Students in Seoul

신선미    (문경대학 간호과   ); 이희우    (서울특별시학교보건진흥원  );
  • 초록

    Purpose: The study aimed at identifying distributions of career stress and determining whether conflict at school or with family and health-risk behaviors could be associated with career stress. Methods: The subjects were 7,155 high school students in Seoul. Data were stratified random samples from Seoul student health examinations in 2010. Chi-square, trend test and multiple logistic regression were conducted. Results: Fifty six percent of subjects had career stress. Career stress, after adjusting for confound variables was associated with a significantly increased odds ratio (OR) for sociodemographic characteristics including females (OR=1.34), 12th graders (OR=1.56), 11th graders (OR=1.50), south area (OR=1.47), and northeast area (OR=1.40), for conflict at school or with family including violent threats made by family members or schoolmates (OR=2.00), thoughts of running away from home (OR=1.45), and needing of counseling for agony (OR=5.45), and for health-risk behaviors including sleep ${\leq}6$ hours/day (OR=1.23), nonuse of seat belts or protective euipment (OR=1.50), and frequently viewing pornography or chatting on adult Web sites (OR=1.23). Conclusion: Stress-coping skills and intervention strategies will be needed to enhance students' positive and to help them cope with psychosocial conflicts at school and with their families, and with health-risk behaviors, including sleep deprivation and nonuse of safety measures, including seat belts and protective.


  • 주제어

    Career stress .   High school students .   Conflict .   Behaviors.  

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