原名「台灣學術線上」
包含TAO期刊庫 + TAO書籍庫 + 論文 + 史料文獻
首頁 | 關於TAO | 瀏覽 | 進階查詢 | 參考工具 | 會員服務 | 已購專書 | RSS服務 | 電子報 | FAQ  
查詢範圍:
   
查詢模式:
熱門查詢詞:
dvdBlood Warm墾丁國家公園水域活動舌尖與筆尖的對話
   
   
   
     
   
 
項次 書目
1
題名:The Smoking Behaviors of Indigenous Taiwanese: Individual and Family/Community Factors of Influence    
台灣原住民個人和家庭/社區吸菸行為的預測
著者:Hsing-Wen Chen(陳杏雯) ;Nain-Feng Chu(祝年豐) ;Hsing-Hsia Chen(陳興夏) ;Mei-Ling Yeh(葉美玲)
出版地區:台灣
出版城市:台北市
學科:醫學綜合
關鍵字:原住民 ; 吸菸 ; 個人 ; 家庭 ; 社區 ; indigenous Taiwanese ; smoking ; individual ; family ; community
刊名:The Journal of Nursing Research
卷期:22卷1期(2014.3)
頁碼:12-19
語言:英語
摘要:
背景:吸菸雖為全球之第六大死亡原因,但它是可以預防的。而對原住民族群的吸菸問題,應付出更多的關注與相關影響因素的澄清。
目的:本研究旨在檢視台灣原住民吸菸行為與其個人和家庭/社區因素間之關係。
方法:使用台灣中部家訪資料進行二手資料分析。對562位20歲至50歲的成年原住民資料採用卡方檢定和階層邏輯斯回歸分析,以確認原住民個人和家庭/社區的吸菸行為相關因素。
結果:總體之吸菸率為57.48%(男性39.15%,女性18.33%)。男性的吸菸勝算比明顯高於女性。吸菸者有固定性伴侶者是沒有的0.45倍,吸菸者家中具吸菸成員者是沒有的2.68倍,而吸菸者居住山區者是非居住的7.03倍。
結論:原住民的吸菸議題仍然需持續多加關切。當提供煙草有害影響的介入措施時,可以多專注於居住山區年輕原住民,也可以自其固定伴侶著手。除此,還需同時著重男性、女性成年人和戶長的吸菸行為,從而改善他們及其家庭成員的吸菸狀況。
Background: Smoking, a self-selected behavior, is the sixth leading cause of death worldwide. Factors related to smoking in Taiwan’s indigenous Malayo-Polynesian population should be elicited and addressed.
Purpose: This study examined the relationship between smoking behavior and individual and family/community factors in indigenous Taiwanese.
Methods: This study was a secondary analysis of data obtained from household visits in central Taiwan that included a population of 562 indigenous adults aged 20–50 years. Data were analyzed using the chi-square test and hierarchical logistic regression to determine individual and family/community relevant factors of smoking behaviors.
Results: The smoking rate in the population studied was 57.48% (39.15% men, 18.33% women). The odds ratio for smoking was markedly higher in men than in women. Smokers were 0.45 times more likely to have fixed sexual partners. The OR for smoking was 2.68 times in households with smokers and 7.03 times in people living in mountainous areas.
Conclusions: The issue of smoking in indigenous Taiwanese deserves further attention and concern. Further interventions for the harmful effects of tobacco can focus on younger indigenous people living in mountain regions and on smokers’ sexual partners. In addition, male adults, female adults, and heads of households should take a greater role in changing the smoking behaviors of smokers and their family members.


    

本卷期目次
The Journal of Nursing Research 22卷1期 (2014.3)
Person–Organization Fit and Turnover Intention: Exploring the Mediating Effect of Work Engagement and the Moderating Effect of Demand–Ability Fit/ Jui-Chen PengYin-Ling LeeMei-Man Tseng
The Smoking Behaviors of Indigenous Taiwanese: Individual and Family/Community Factors of Influence/ Hsing-Wen ChenNain-Feng ChuHsing-Hsia ChenMei-Ling Yeh
Sleep Quality in Postpartum Women: Exploring Correlation With Childbirth Experience and Household Work/ Hsuan-Man HungChung-Hey Chen
The Struggle Against Fat: Weight Loss Experiences of Overweight Adolescent Girls in Taiwan/ Mei-Chen SuHei-Jen JouLee-Ing Tsao
Determinants of Preference for Home Death Among Terminally lll Patients With Cancer in Taiwan: A Cross-Sectional Survey Study/ Chen Hsiu ChenYu-Chuan LinLi-Ni LiuSiew Tzuh Tang
Effect of Positioning on Patient Outcomes After Coronary Angiography: A Single-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial/ Fateme BakhshiZahra NamjouAbbas AndishmandAliasghar PanabadiMostafa BagherinasabMohammadtaghi Sarebanhassanabadi
Interaction Effect of Work Excitement and Work Frustration on the Professional Commitment of Nurses in Taiwan/ Yuan-Ping ChangHsiu-Hung WangShan HuangHuang-I Wang
Translation and Validation of an Instrument for Measuring the Suitability of Health Educational Materials in Taiwan: Suitability Assessment of Materials/ Mei-Chuan ChangYueh-Chih ChenBih-Shya GauYu-Fen Tzeng
 
   
 
   

與TAO合作 | 隱私與版權聲明 | 聯絡方式 | 下載Adobe Reader
地址:台北市中正區(100)北平東路30-12號3樓
電話:(02)2393-6968 傳真:(02)2393-6877
Email: service@wordpedia.com
Wordpedia Family: 學校、企業版入口 | 遠流影音館
Copyright©2011 Wordpedia Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.