Study about the Influence of Life Events, Social Support on Self-Injurious Behaviors Among High School Students on Gender Perspective

Tuesday, 17 July 2018: 08:50
Oral Presentation
Moye XIN, Xi‘an Jiaotong University, China
Xueyan YANG, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
Lijuan LIU, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
Recently, the phenomenon of adolescents’ self-injurious behaviors has aroused the concern of society and academia. It is mainly subject to psychology, medicine and other disciplines, but few public management disciplines from the perspective of population sociology and public health management.The following conclusions are obtained: Firstly, the incidence of self-injurious behaviors among the subjects was 25.8%, which was at a moderate level comparing with the incidence of self-injurious behaviors among ordinary adolescents.Secondly, there is no significant difference in the overall score of life events between different sex and school students. Thirdly, the overall social support for girls has a number of family support, other support were significantly better than boys.Fourthly, the overall life events have a significant positive impact on the self-injurious behaviors of male and female students, and the overall social support status has a significant negative impact on the self injurious behaviors of both gender.