Research on the factors impact on “IBASHO” consciousness, self-affirmation and life satisfaction in adolescents. : From attitude survey for youth in Tokushima
Tajima, Daiki Tokushima Mental Health Welfare Center
Matsuda, Tomohiro Hinatakai Takehisa Clinic
Yoshida, Reona Tokushima University
Yamamoto, Tetsuya Tokushima University Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory
Furukawa, Hirokazu Naruto University of Education
Sato, Kenji Tokushima University Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Shimada, Hironori Waseda University
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Cognition, social skill and environment are associated with mental health in adolescents. It is an important task to improve their cognition, social skill and environment in their adaptation. In this study, we examined the factors impact on “IBASHO (existential place)” consciousness, self-affirmation and life satisfaction in middle and high school students.
One thousand one hundred and forty-five(study I), one thousand one hundred and eighty-two(study II) adolescents completed the questionnaire “attitude survey for youth in Tokushima”. In the study I, we analyzed the relation between “IBASHO” consciousness in the family and presence or absence of the experience at home. In study II, we analyzed the relation between the self-affirmation, life satisfaction and the question of history of life.
Multiple regression analyses resulted rejected or regulative parenting had negative influence on “IBASHO” consciousness in the family. Accepted parenting had positive influence on “IBASHO” consciousness in the family. Existential destress decreased self-affirmation and life satisfaction in middle and high school students.
We concluded it will be necessity to improve “IBASHO” consciousness, self-affirmation and life satisfaction in middle and high school students by means of cultivating parenting and stress coping skills.
Journal of Human Sciences
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