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タイトル :The connection between cumulative fatigue and the use of Social Networking Services among Japanese junior high school students
著者 :Wakikawa, Kyoko
Seki, Nao
Numano, Hiroko
Tubokawa, Makiko
Sumiyoshi, Tomoko
公開者・出版者 :新潟大学医学部保健学科
刊行年月 :2017-3
掲載誌名 :新潟大学保健学雑誌
巻 :14
号 :1
開始ページ :17
終了ページ :25
ISSN :2188-4617
抄録 :Purpose: This study aimed to obtain suggestions for health education in order to improve the everyday habits and clarify the effects of the use of Social Networking Systems (SNS) by Japanese junior high school students on their sleeping habits and overall fatigue as measured by scores on the Cumulative Fatigue Symptoms Index (CFSI). Methods: We examined the data from 346 students from nine junior high schools (145 male and 201 female) in the 1st and 2nd year in Niigata City Japan. The study was conducted from December 2013 to January 2014. Data collected included the background of the participants, their everyday habits, their use of communications devices, their use of SNS, and CFSI scores. Results: There were no significant differences in the overall CFSI scores between the two groups (high and low) of SNS users. However, the use of SNS raised the CFSI subscale of “physical disorders” among female students in comparison to those who did not use SNS. The reason that male students had high CFSI was an odds ratio of 2.8 (95% C1: 1.091-7.086) for “Sleeping time.:After 11pm” and for female students, it was an odds ratio of 2.1 (95% C1: 1.12-4.27) for “Owned their own communications devices. :Yes” In addition, the odds ratio for “What do you do after you get into bed? :Some activity” was 2.5 (95% C1: 1.126-5.643) for male students and 1.9 (95% C1: 1.017-3.895) for female students. Conclusion: It was clarified that students who owned their own communications devices had developed poor sleeping habits by using SNS, playing games, or sending e-mail after they went to bed but before going to sleep, and they were experiencing fatigue. This suggests the necessity of guidance about the use of electronics devices in order to improve the everyday habits of junior high school students.
キーワード :Social networking services
cumulative fatigue
adolescents
資料種別 :紀要論文
言語 :eng
フォーマット :application/pdf
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10191/47193
fullTextURL :http://dspace.lib.niigata-u.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/10191/47193/1/14(1)_17-25.pdf
出現コレクション:01 新潟大学保健学雑誌 = Journal of health sciences of Niigata University

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