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|Publication Year :||2005|
The subject of this study is the adolescents who receive the institutional care over three months because of against “Children and Adolescents Welfare Act”or“The Law Governing the Disposition of Juvenile Cases“. The researcher interviewed 254 adolescents by questionnaires and it aims to examine satisfaction of adolescents in institutions and understand what factors effect their satisfaction.
The research found that in general the adolescents were satisfied at their life in the institutions although in terms of privacy half the adolescents were not satisfied. However, under controlling other factors, the more positive attitude toward the rules and the better relationship with staff and peers the adolescents have; the higher satisfaction of the institutional care they have. Therefore, the researcher has suggestions as follows:
1.re-examining the purpose and rationality of the rules and considering the attitudes of adolescents in order to formulate the appropriate institutional rules.
2.to have positive perspectives about peers relationship on the institution and build up social support network with leavers.
3.The staff in the institutions should play an supportive roles to help adolescents
4.using the survey of satisfaction and related factors in institutions as an regular assessment tool.
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