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Factors related to Suicide Ideation among Middle School Students

제조업 사업장 남성 근로자의 직무스트레스 내용과 흡연습관과의 관련성

  • Received : 2014.08.04
  • Accepted : 2015.03.12
  • Published : 2015.03.31

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to define the relationship between job stress contents and smoking habits of manufacturing male workers. The 872 male workers were observed the general characteristics, smoking habits and job stress contents from the JCQ, during the period from February 1st to April 30st, 2012, using the self-administered questionnaires. As a results, the smoking rate of study subjects was 53.0%, and in terms of smoking status by general characteristics, the smoking group was higher in the group of age, job position and job career than their respective counterparts. In terms of smoking status by job stress contents, the smoking group was higher in the group of job demand and supervisor support than their respective counterparts. Based on the results of logistic regression adjusted age, job position and job career, the odds ratio of smoking was significantly increase in the high group of job demand than that of low group, but it was significantly decrease in the low group of supervisor support than that of high group. Above results suggested that the smoking related with the job demand and the supervisor support among the job stress contents.

Keywords

Manufacturing male worker;Job stress;Smoking habits

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