A Research and Development of Prevention of Primary Students’ Inappropriate Behavior from Internet by Self-Regulation Technique


A research and development of prevention of Primary students' inappropriate behavior from internet by Self-Regulation technique was conducted by 3 objectives as: 1) to study current situation of primary students’ internet use and risk of inappropriate behavior 2) to synthesize children’s self-regulation procedure and 3) to compare inappropriate behavior of student between use and not use self-regulation technique. Research procedure were divided to 2 phrases, first, was survey research from randomized 270 students by a questionnaire. Second, was experiment research with 29 participants experiment group and 28 participants control group. Data were analyzed by frequency, percent, mean, SD, and independent t-test. Research results follow: 1. 3 way of Primary student internet use behaviors in difference level. The most way was for academic purpose, entertainment, and communication, sequently 2. student's inappropriate behavior included aggressive, pornographic, impropriety, and contact with stranger 3. primary student self-regulation consist 3 step included 1) aim setting, 2) self remind, and 3) action to themselves 4. student in experiment group who used self-regulation technique had inappropriate behavior less than control group with .05 statistical significant

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Parinya Meesuk, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, Thailand

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Conference: ACSS2015
Stream: Research Methodologies

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