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    Title: The Impact of Internet Technology on Spiritual Health of College Students
    Authors: CHIN-MOU CHENG;YAO-YUAN LIU;RONG-LAIN HO
    Contributors: 輔英科技大學 共同教育中心 人文與社會組
    Keywords: CSSHS, Spiritual health, Religious belief, Spiritual well-being, Internet technology, Life meaning
    Date: 2006-04-16
    Issue Date: 2010-09-28 10:04:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The popular tendency of Internet was undoubtedly a focal point of revolution in information technology. The effect of Internet technology on medical health could enhance the human material civilization, longevity and livelihood quality, but its impact was so strong to our spiritual health. It caused human addiction to technology and sometimes mental disorder.The purpose of this article was to explore the impact of Internet technology on students’spiritual health, and to develop a scale about measuring spiritual health for college students. In order to fulfill this purpose, we adopted the method of literature review, consulting with experts, and sampling survey.We designed a new scale of which name was College Students’Spiritual Health Scale (CSSHS) to examine the current situation of students’spiritual health, and factors, reliability and validity were analyzed. This scale consisted of 67 items, and classified into nine factors, such as life stress, stress coping, self-intrinsic exploration, emotion management, spiritual care, spiritual well-being, daily spiritual experience, interpersonal relationship and life meaning. There were 1328 participants, and comprised of first-year students from the twoyear and four-year collegiate programs and the five-year associate degree programs at Fooyin University. We implemented CSSHS test in November 2005, and responses to the spiritual health scale of college students were subjected to statistical analysis via using SPSS forWindow. Conlusions and suggestions that purposed from the results were discussed.
    Relation: 5th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, p.33-38, Hangzhou, China
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