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Chang, Chih-Ming; Hung, Min-Ling; Lu, Jui-Lien; Chou, Chien – Educational Technology & Society, 2018
Given the importance of cultivating users' positive behaviors in cyberspace, this study presents a comprehensive vision of how to address important virtues that might foster Taiwanese adolescents' positive behaviors in cyberspace. In this study, we constructed an instrument--the Cyber Virtues Scale (CVS)--for measuring the underlying dimensions of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Internet, Adolescents, Measures (Individuals)
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Chou, Chien; Lee, Yuan-Hsuan – Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 2017
This study investigated the moderating effect of children's perceived Internet parenting styles (IPS) on the relationship among their perceived Internet parenting behaviors (operationalized as warmth and control on Internet use from their parents), Internet expectancy (IE), and Internet addiction tendency (IAT). Participants were 3169 Taiwanese…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Child Rearing, Foreign Countries, Junior High School Students
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Chang, Chih-Ming; Chou, Chien – Journal of Moral Education, 2015
The e-character education (e-CE) approach refers to systems of ethics education that pertain specifically to cyberspace. This exploratory study used a survey to collect 2495 teachers' responses regarding virtues important to e-CE. Furthermore, in order to identify the teaching concerns associated with these most important virtues, this study used…
Descriptors: Values, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Implementation, Ethics
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Chou, Chien; Wu, Huan-Chueh; Wang, Mei-Hung – Computers & Education, 2011
From time to time, cases of over-dependence on the Internet have been observed on college campuses. Some students, especially male students, remain connected to the Internet as long as they are awake. In Chinese, the emerging term (chai-nan) is used to describe this kind of young man, meaning "room-bound male," who seldom leaves his…
Descriptors: College Students, Campuses, Recreational Activities, Social Life
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Chou, Chien; Wu, Huan-Chueh; Chen, Chao-Hsiu – Computers & Education, 2011
The purpose of this study is to propose a 6-T model (Tool, Toy, Telephone, Territory, Treasure of Information, and Trade) to explore college students' Internet-related attitudes, and to examine whether gender and grade level make any difference in their attitudes. Data from 1069 participants were collected from 96 Taiwanese universities and…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Factor Analysis, Internet
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Chou, Chien; Peng, Hsinyi – Internet and Higher Education, 2011
The Internet has changed many people's lives, in both positive and negative ways. The Taiwan Ministry of Education has recognized the Internet's possible risks and has initiated the island-wide "Teacher Awareness of Internet Safety" (TAIS) project for elementary and middle school teachers since 2000. TAIS project is the first…
Descriptors: Safety, Foreign Countries, Middle School Teachers, Internet