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Mediating effects and Moderating effects of Anticipated Risks, Anticipated Benefits in the relationships between Academic Burnout and Life Satisfaction
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Mediating effects and Moderating effects of Anticipated Risks, Anticipated Benefits in the relationships between Academic Burnout and Life Satisfaction
Jung, Eun-Sun; Ha, Jung-Hee;
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 Abstract
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the role of anticipated risks and anticipated benefits on the relationship between academic burnout and life satisfaction. The participants of this study were 326 university students and analyses for this study was conducted by using PASW 18.0 and Amos 8.0. The major achievements were as follows; anticipated risks confirmed partially mediating variable between academic burnout and life satisfaction. That is, academic burnout had some effect on life satisfaction through anticipated risks. Also, anticipated risks confirmed moderating variable between academic burnout and life satisfaction. Finally, the needs of development about the counseling and the education approaches as a special intervention was discussed, and that approaches were reflected academic burnout and anticipated risks to be reduced. And limitations and implications of subsequent further study were suggested in this research.
 Keywords
Academic burnout;Anticipated risks;Anticipated benefits;Life satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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