일부 대학생 음주문제와 가족기능과의 관련성
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- This study aims to identify drinking problems and family functions among some college students and the relationship between them. For the purpose, we interviewed 500 students attending to universities in Gwangju and Jeonnam using a questionnaire. The questionnaire was composed of some questions on general characteristics of the subjects, academic characteristics, health-related behaviors, family function, and drinking problems. The data collected were analysed with uses of t-test, dispersion analysis, correlations analysis and multi-variate regression analysis.
As a result of the simple analysis, we found that variables related to drinking problems of college students were religion, family, residence, parents' job, living standard, major, academic year, exercise, parents' drinking, parents' attitude to drinking, drinking quantity, intimacy, conflicts, and upbringing tendency(p<0.05).
As a result of the multi-variate regression analysis, we found that the higher intimacy between family members, deterioration in behaviors, family and personal relations, and social functions was statistically significantly low. (p<0.05). The more serious conflicts between family members, deterioration in drinking behaviors, and family and personal relations increased statistically significantly(p<0.05), and upbringing tendency had toxic level of significance with social functions(p<0.1). Drinking problems decreased significantly as intimacy between family members was higher, (p<0.05). In addition, sex, smoking and drinking quantity were significantly related to drinking problems of college students. (p<0.05).
In conclusion, this study demonstrated that drinking problems of college students had significant relations with intimacy, conflicts and upbringing tendency and suggests that an approach in an aspect of family functions is important to overcome drinking problems of college students.
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