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A Structural Analysis of Learner on Adult Female Learners` Learning Outcome
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A Structural Analysis of Learner on Adult Female Learners` Learning Outcome
Jang, Eun Sook;
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 Abstract
This study examined the multi-phrased effects and outcomes of adult female learners who participated in lifelong learning activities, as well as the proposed structural relationships among the five latent variables. Questions established to achieve the purpose of the study are as follow: What effects do the learner`s characteristics, lifelong education institutions, learning flow, and learning satisfaction have on the learning come? The participants of the survey numbered 632, but 54 respondents who were unreliable or did not complete their survey were excluded. A total of 578 cases were analyzed for this research. The structural relationships among the five latent variables-learner`s characteristics, lifelong education institutions, learning flow and learning satisfaction, and learning outcome of the adult female learners-AMOS 18.0 program were also used for structural analysis. The major findings of this research are as follows. First, the model fitness showed that the hypothetical model provided a reasonable fit to the data ${\chi}^2
 Keywords
Adult female learners;Learner`s characteristics;Lifelong education institutions;Learning flow;Learning outcome;Learning satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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