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The Influence of Mentoring Function on Department Adaptation of University Students in a Fashion Related Department -The Moderating Role of Self-efficacy and Mentor Competence-

멘토링 기능이 패션 관련 학과 대학생의 학과적응에 미치는 영향 -자기효능감과 멘토역량의 조절효과-

  • Park, Hyun Hee (School of Business Administration, Kyungpook National University) ;
  • Lee, Seung Min (Dept. of Fashion Marketing, Textiles & Fashion Campus of Korea Polytechnic)
  • 박현희 (경북대학교 경영학부) ;
  • 이승민 (한국폴리텍대학 섬유패션캠퍼스 패션마케팅과)
  • Received : 2012.07.10
  • Accepted : 2012.09.20
  • Published : 2012.10.31

Abstract

This study examines the influence of mentoring function on major adaptation of university students in a fashion related department and identifies the moderating role of self-efficacy and mentor competence on the effectiveness of a fashion mentoring function. Questionnaire data were gathered from 266 university students in a fashion related department with previous experience in a mentoring program. The results showed that the psychosocial function, sensitivity developmental function, and the fashion career developmental function had a positive impact on the department adaptation (adaptation for professor and adaptation for learning). In addition, there were moderating effects of self-efficacy on the influence of the fashion career developmental function on professor adaptation and the moderating effects of mentor competence on the influence of the sensitivity developmental function on professor adaptation. The results of this study provide various guidelines for professors or administrators of fashion related departments who are interested in mentoring systems.

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