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Chinese Mental Health Journal ; (12): 148-154, 2018.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-703995


Objective:To investigate the prevalence and influencing factors of mental health status and internet-surfing behavior among rural adolescents in Sichuan province,and explore the mutual effects between mental health status and internet-surfing behavior.Methods:Totally 2745 junior and senior high school students of grade seven and grade ten from two rural schools were selected.Mental health status,self-esteem and social support of students were assessed with Mental Health Inventory of Middle-school students (MMHI),Rosenberg self-esteem scale (SES) and social support rating scale (SSRS) respectively.Demographic characteristics,internet-surfing behavior were obtained using cross-sectional survey.Non-recursive structural equation model was applied to analyze the effects of other variables on mental health status and internet-surfing behavior and the mutual effects between them.Results:The mean score of MMHIwas (2.1 ±0.7),and the dimensions including academic stress (2.4 ±0.9),emotional instability (2.4 ±0.8) and anxiety (2.4 ± 1.0) got the top three.The total prevalence of long-time internet-surfing was 32.8% (899/2745).The structural equation model showed that female and increasing age had positive effects on score of MMHI (β =0.058,0.058,P < 0.001),and male and increasing age positively influenced internet-surfing behavior (β =-0.171,0.149,P < 0.001).The scores of SES and S SRS were directly negatively related to the score of MMHI (β =-0.300,-0.263,P < 0.001),and indirectly negatively affect internetsurfing behavior through the mediating effect of mental health (βi =-0.074,-0.065,P < 0.010).The score of MMHI had positively effects on long-time internet-surfing behavior (β =0.246,P < 0.001),and long-time internetsurfing behavior had positively effects on the score of MMHI in reverse (β =0.008,P < 0.001),but much weaker.Conclusion:There are mild mental health problem among rural adolescents,and internet-surfing behaviors are prevalent among this population.Poor mental health and long-time internet-surfing behavior are risk factors mutually.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-270007


<p><b>OBJECTIVE</b>To analyze the status of maternal health behaviors and it's risk factors for Yi-nationality women in poor rural areas of Sichuan province.</p><p><b>METHODS</b>In 2012, multi-stage stratified cluster sampling method was used to select 14 villages of two poor counties in Liangshan Yi-nationality autonomous prefecture Sichuan province. At least 10 women who have infants aged 0-12 months were selected in each simple villages, a total of 284. The structured questionnaire was developed on the basis of the theory of reasoned action. Yi-nationality female college students were trained as investigators. Research indicators included prenatal care rate, hospital delivery rate, postpartum examination rate, socio-demographic characteristics, maternal health care knowledge. χ² test was used to compare the differences of above indicators among different groups. The structural equation model were used to statistical analyze.</p><p><b>RESULTS</b>In the 284 subject women, 51.7% (147/284) women owned more than 2 children, 41.6% (118/284) women were more than 30 years old, 87.3% (248/284) women were illiteracy. The prenatal care rate was 69.7% (197/284), the hospital delivery rate was 26.8% (76/284), and the postnatal check rate was 22.9% (65/284). The influence factors of maternal health behaviors included the number of children, age and education (χ² were 10.92, 13.24, 9.58; P values were 0.027, 0.004, 0.008, respectively).The structural equation model analysis results showed that the maternal health behaviors were directly or indirectly affected by subjective norms (β = 0.236, P < 0.001), women's cognition (β = 0.226, P = 0.020) and women's attitudes on maternal health behavior (β = 0.157, P = 0.001). Among subjective norms, women have high compliance to their husbands (β = 0.850, P < 0.001), their peers (β = 0.708, P < 0.001), and their mothers-in-law (β = 0.636, P < 0.001).</p><p><b>CONCLUSION</b>There were still serious problems in maternal health behaviors for Yi-nationality women in poor rural areas. The main factors included not only the women's cognition and attitudes for maternal health, but also the attitudes of important social relationships.</p>

Child , China , Ethnic Groups , Family , Female , Health Behavior , Ethnology , Humans , Infant , Maternal Health , Ethnology , Maternal Health Services , Postpartum Period , Pregnancy , Prenatal Care , Risk Factors , Rural Population