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Analysis of Conflict and Satisfaction on Learning of Married Woman Learners
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Analysis of Conflict and Satisfaction on Learning of Married Woman Learners
LEE, Hyun-Jung; WON, Hyo-Heon; KANG, Beodeul;
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 Abstract
This study was aimed at analyzing married woman learners` types of learning desire, factors of conflict and satisfaction of learning. The subjects were 165 married women who were in attendance at general graduate schools located in Busan city and Gyeongnam province. The results were as follows. Firstly, Married woman learners preferred schools of natural sciences to schools of liberal arts, and entered graduate schools mainly according to their wishes. Secondly, Their learning desire type was followed by purpose-oriented, learning-oriented, and activity-oriented types. Thirdly, internal factor in their conflict factor was higher than external factor. Lastly, positive aspect in learning satisfaction was higher than negative aspect.
 Keywords
Married woman learner;Learning;Conflict and satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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