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Study on the Correlation between the Attitudes of Students of Vocational High Schools toward Love
Dr.Kuo Hung Guo-Hsiung
attitude toward love;type of love song;pop music
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-26 10:25:24 (UTC+8)|
This study aims to examine the attitudes of students of public and private vocational high schools in Kaohsiung City toward love, types of love songs those students prefer, and the correlation between their attitudes and preferences. The goals of this study are as follows: a) understanding the preferences of students of vocational high schools for types of love songs; b) investigating the attitudes of students of vocational high schools toward love; and c) probing into the correlation between those students’ attitudes toward love and their preferences for types of love songs.
This study adopts literature review and data analysis to construct the theory and a research framework which are the basis of its research tools. 925 students are randomly selected from vocational high schools in Kaohsiung City, and the survey research is adopted. A total of 772 questionnaires are returned and verified, with a response rate of 90.2%. The questionnaire distributed to subject students is the Questionnaire on the Correlation between the Preference of Students of Vocational High Schools for Types of Love Songs and Their Attitudes toward Love. In addition to personal information, the questionnaire is divided into two parts: Scale of Attitude toward Love and Scale of Preference for Types of Love Song. Obtained from verified questionnaires, the data is analyzed by using descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, and Prarson Product-Moment Correlation. The findings are as follows:
1. Male students of vocational high schools tend to regard love as the love for lust or sacrifice.
2. Varied experiences of being in love have an influence on the attitudes of students of vocational high schools toward love.
3. If students of vocational high schools now have a boyfriend or girlfriend, they tend to regard love as the love for pleasure.
4. The more time students of vocational high schools spend everyday listening to the pop music, the more sensitive they are to the attitude toward love.
5. Female students of vocational high schools prefer the love songs which make people realize the reality or feel happy and romantic. On the contrary, male students prefer the love songs which describe a person falling in love never regret even if he/she is wrong.
6. Varied experiences of students’ being in love have an influence on their preferences for types of love songs.
7. The more time students of vocational high schools spend everyday listening to the pop music, the clearer their preferences for types of love song are.
8. There is a moderately positive correlation between the attitudes of students of vocational high schools toward love and types of love songs they prefer.
Keyword：attitude toward love, type of love song, pop music
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