Thesis or Dissertation 教育学部生のキャリア展望に関する基礎的研究(2)―入学後2 年間のキャリア展望の変遷に着目して―
The Study on the Career Prospects of College Students in the Faculty of Education (2)

八幡, ななみ  ,  YAWATA, Nanami  ,  高野, 久美子  ,  TAKANO, Kumiko

(67)  , pp.41 - 59 , 2016-03-31 , 創価大学教育学部・教職大学院
This study examines the career prospects of sophomore college students in thefaculty of education. The first part of this study (N=148) statistically analyzes the dataof the student survey, which has been administered each semester since 2014 by careereducation committee. The cluster analysis was conducted based on the scores of CareerProspect (CP) scale in the 1st, 2nd, and 4th semester. Four clusters were generated;(1) High CP cluster, (2) Average CP cluster, (3) Below average CP / V-shaped cluster,and (4) Low CP cluster. The analysis of variance (ANOVA) were conducted to illustratethe characteristics of each cluster. The results indicated that students of “high CP” and“average CP” clusters evaluated themselves positively in terms of academic skills, thesense of college adaptation, and social adaptation skills. Students of “below average CP/ V-shaped” cluster perceived their career prospects got unclear in the 2nd semester,then recovered in the 4th semester. It was implied that the recovery in career prospectcould be related to the growth in logical thinking and attitude of keeping distance fromproblems. The results also indicated that students of “low CP” cluster might havebeen feeling difficulties in academics and adaptation to college since the 1st semester.For the second part of the study, interview surveys were conducted (n=8). Five keyconcepts were extracted from the interview data. The concepts included (a) conflictabout aspiring teaching profession, (b) promotion of career choice behaviors by classes,(c) attaining information from networks beyond the faculty of education, (d) experientialinvestigation of career options through internships, (e) promotion of career decisionbehaviors by set deadlines. Based on the findings, the possible student supports werediscussed.

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