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研究生(外文):Katerina Evers
論文名稱:社交媒體和電話使用的睡眠問題對中學生學習倦怠和學業成績的影響
論文名稱(外文):Investigating the influence of problematic sleep due to social media and phone use on school burnout and academic achievement among middle school students
指導教授:陳素芬陳素芬引用關係
指導教授(外文):Sufen Chen
口試委員:陳秀玲徐式寬
口試委員(外文):Hsiu-Ling ChenShihkuan Hsu
口試日期:2019-1-4
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣科技大學
系所名稱:數位學習與教育研究所
學門:教育學門
學類:教育科技學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2019
畢業學年度:107
語文別:英文
論文頁數:49
中文關鍵詞:Social MediaProblematic SleepSleep disturbanceBurnoutAcademic performance
外文關鍵詞:Social MediaProblematic SleepSleep disturbanceBurnoutAcademic performance
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Previous studies have revealed the significant influence of electronic media and especially Social Media use on sleep difficulties among adolescents. In this study, problematic sleep due to Social Media and phone use is defined as reduced or disturbed sleep caused by nighttime-specific behaviors such as awakenings for checking updates, being notified by incoming messages, or post`1poned bedtime because of Social Media activities. Such inadequate sleep during youth interferes with daytime academic efficiency and may even lead to increased school burnout. Using two longitudinal data waves gathered among 2,462 Taiwanese middle school students (51.3% males for Time 1 and 50.2% males for Time 2), the cross-lagged paths between problematic sleep due to Social Media and phone use, academic performance, and school burnout were examined. After separating the group of adolescents with higher than the average problematic sleep scores, structural equation modeling revealed the negative influence of problematic sleep due to Social Media and phone use on adolescents’ academic achievement that negatively affects school burnout. Burnout in its turn found out to be a cause of later problematic sleep. The analysis also confirmed the predicted positive influences of burnout, academic achievement and problematic sleep due to excessive Social Media and phone use across time. Thus, the findings suggest that during adolescence, Social Media and phone use related sleep disturbances through academic performance decline can lead to higher levels of burnout that may later cause even higher sleep disturbance.
Previous studies have revealed the significant influence of electronic media and especially Social Media use on sleep difficulties among adolescents. In this study, problematic sleep due to Social Media and phone use is defined as reduced or disturbed sleep caused by nighttime-specific behaviors such as awakenings for checking updates, being notified by incoming messages, or post`1poned bedtime because of Social Media activities. Such inadequate sleep during youth interferes with daytime academic efficiency and may even lead to increased school burnout. Using two longitudinal data waves gathered among 2,462 Taiwanese middle school students (51.3% males for Time 1 and 50.2% males for Time 2), the cross-lagged paths between problematic sleep due to Social Media and phone use, academic performance, and school burnout were examined. After separating the group of adolescents with higher than the average problematic sleep scores, structural equation modeling revealed the negative influence of problematic sleep due to Social Media and phone use on adolescents’ academic achievement that negatively affects school burnout. Burnout in its turn found out to be a cause of later problematic sleep. The analysis also confirmed the predicted positive influences of burnout, academic achievement and problematic sleep due to excessive Social Media and phone use across time. Thus, the findings suggest that during adolescence, Social Media and phone use related sleep disturbances through academic performance decline can lead to higher levels of burnout that may later cause even higher sleep disturbance.
Abstract i
Contents ii
List of Figures iv
List of Tables v
Chapter 1 Introduction 1
Chapter 2 Literature Review 5
2.1. Social Media and Sleep 7
2.2. Social Media and School Performance 9
2.3. Sleep, Social Media and School Performance 13
2.4. School Burnout and School Performance 15
2.5. Sleep, Social Media and School Burnout 17
Chapter 3 Methodology 19
3.1. Sample and Procedure 19
3.2. Measurements 19
3.3. Data analysis 21
Chapter 4 Results 23
4.1. EFA, CFA and descriptive statistics of Problematic sleep scale 23
4.2. Descriptive statistics and correlations of the variables 25
4.3. Cross-lagged paths analysis of the whole sample 27
4.4. Cross-lagged paths analysis of the higher disturbed sleep group 28
Chapter 5 Discussion 33
5.1. Limitations 36
5.2. Implications 37
References 39
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