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A Relationship of Learning flow and Dropout in Local University Students: The Mediating Effect of College Adaption
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A Relationship of Learning flow and Dropout in Local University Students: The Mediating Effect of College Adaption
Myoung, Sung-Min; Lee, Hong-Ki;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to find out the mediation effect of college adaption for the relationship between learning flow and university dropout in local university. For this study, 281 university students in Chungbuk region were applied to assess the mediation effect of college adaption for learning flow and university dropout by using confirmatory factor analysis, hierarchical multiple regression of Baron and Kenny, and Sobel test. The results show that more learning flow tended to have more difficultly in university dropout, and it was founded that academic and social adjustment for university adaption(mediator) partially mediated the influence of learning flow (independent variable) on univeristy dropout (dependent variable), institutional adjustment was fully mediated, and personal-emotional adjustment was no mediation effect. Based on the results of this study, we suggest a implication to decrease university dropout through increasing learning flow and university adaption.
 Keywords
Univeristy adaption;dropout;learning flow;
 Language
Korean
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