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    Title: Investigation Of Cognitions And Attitudes Toward Fire Safety For People To Entertainment Environments
    Authors: Chen, Yufang
    Contributors: Department of Leisure and Recreation Management
    Lo, Feng-En
    Keywords: entertainment environment;fire safety;cognition;attitude
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2012-11-18 16:15:16 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Many casualties of fire accidents happened at the entertainment environments in the past, people easily ignored the importance of fire safety due to a moment of pleasure. Therefore, prior prevention is better than an after remedy. This study aimed to investigate the cognitions and attitudes of fire safety for People to the entertainment environments. Through the results of this study, a reference to the policy as a government fire units. A random sampling of self-administered questionnaires was used to investigate the Taichung citizens with the ages over 18 year-old in the January 15, 2012 to 29 February 2012. Four hundred and fifty people were selected in this cross-sectional, descriptive study by using a structured questionnaire. Four hundred and twelve valid data were used to analyze as the results, the valid corresponding rate was 91.56 %. The statistic results showed that lack of the cognitions toward fire safety managements, the entertainment environments and reasons caused most fire accidents for the respondents. The respondents’ages influenced the cognitions of fire safety managements for the respondents. The cognitions of fire safety managements for the respondents’ ages between 41 to 51 years old were better than those of the ages less than 25 years old. Genders influenced the attitudes of fire safety managements for the respondents. The respondents’ genders affected the attitude dimensions of the fire prevention concept of the initiative and behaviors after fire. The respondents’ ages, education and professions affected the attitude dimensions of fire prevention concept of the initiative, behaviors after fire, and the fire prevention policies. The more knowledge of the fire safety was the respondents, the better attitudes of the ones were the respondents. According to the results of this study, it is suggested to promote educators’, government agencies’, media, entertainment industries’, and publics’ knowledge of fire safety to decrease the casualties of fire accidents happened again.
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