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The Effect of Motivation for Major Choice and Satisfaction in Major on the Adaption of university Life among university students
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The Effect of Motivation for Major Choice and Satisfaction in Major on the Adaption of university Life among university students
Park, An-Sook; Kim, Hey-Kyoung;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of motivation for the selection of major and satisfaction in the major on the adaption of university life among university students and to present basic data to assist in the healthy adaption of university life. A survey was given to university students in Seoul and Chungcheong cities from October 13 to October 27, 2015 of 250 copies of the questionnaire distributed, a total of 242 copies were in the final analysis. For data analysis, SPSS 21.0 for Windows was used. As a result, there were correlations among the variables, the adaption of University life of university students was affected by the personal motivation, social motivation for the selection of major with the largest effect being class satisfaction. The explanatory power was 38%. In conclusion, it is important to develop teaching and learning programs and counselling students considering class satisfaction for improving the adaption to university life.
 Keywords
Adaption;Major;Motivation;University;
 Language
Korean
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