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A Study On Relationship Of Local Normal University Undergraduates’ Social Support,Career Decision-making Self-efficacy And Career Decision-making Difficult

Posted on:2013-03-26Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y YanFull Text:PDF
GTID:2247330374953129Subject:Applied Psychology
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This study taked423postguaduates which has been working or seeking work foras subjects at the Harbin Normal University, Shenyang Normal University, LiaoningNormal University.Social support scale, career decision-making self-efficacyquestionnaire and career decision-making difficulties scale were applied as measuringinstrument with aming to discuss the relationships about postgraduate’s social support,career decision-making self-efficacy and career decision-making difficult.The results can be summarized as follows: Firstly, postgraduate’s social supportscore has significant difference on gender. Secondly, there were siginificant differenceson only child or part-time experience or not with postgraduate’s career decision-makingself-efficacy score. Thirdly, significant difference were found on only child or not withpostgraduate’s career decision-making difficulties score, and then interactions existbetween from and only child or not. Fourthly, significant correlation exists among socialsupport、career decision-making self-efficacy and career decision-making difficultstatistically. Fifthly, hierarchical regression revealed that objective support, subjectivesupport, self-assessment and collection information can significantly predict careerdecision-making difficulties. Furtherly, advantages analysis found that the relativecontribution rate is different above four factors, they are respectly: self-evaluation,collection information and subjective support, objective support. Sixthly, the mediatingand moderating effect inspection found career decision-making self-efficacy has notonly intermediary role and but also regulating effect between social support and careerdecision-making difficulty.
Keywords/Search Tags:postgraduates, social support, career decision-making self-efficacy, career-decision-making difficult
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