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Self-Efficacy According to Economic Activities of the Disabled
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Self-Efficacy According to Economic Activities of the Disabled
Kim, Jeong-ok; Kang, cha-sun; Park, Jeong-hwan;
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A survey was conducted of the total of 57 adults with disabilities from 60 years old to more than 20 years old residing in Jeju Island in which they were interviewed three times in May 2015. Supplementary data was provided by one of the male adults with disability who acts as a lecturer and helped to improve our awareness of the disabilities. The following conclusions were drawn from this research: First, as regards the effect of the economic activity of the disabled on their self-efficacy, their economic activity does not have any significant effect on their self-regulating efficacy and task difficulty preference, but does have an effect on their self-confidence. Third, according to the verification on the differences in the self-efficacy of the disabled depending on their economic activity, employment (M
Disabled economic activity;Self-efficacy;Confidence;Self-regulating efficacy;Task difficulty preference;
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