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satisfaction towards student clubs
This research aims to investigate the relationships among personal factors, satisfaction towards student clubs, and life adjustment of university students participating in student clubs from students in the Fu Jen Catholic University. This study is based on questionnaires investigation, and take “the survey of satisfaction towards student clubs, and the life adjustment of University Students participating in Student Clubs” as the research instrument. The scale is divided into three sections: personal information; satisfaction towards student clubs; and life adjustment of university students. Personal information includes: gender, year of university, faculty, categories of student clubs, positions in student clubs, and hours participating in student clubs per week. Satisfaction towards student clubs includes: interpersonal relationship within the student clubs, university administration, work challenges, and organizational management. Life adjustment includes, goal adjustment, learning adjustment, emotional adjustment and social adjustment. The subjects of this research are 371 students from the Fu Jen Catholic University participating in the student clubs and student self-government group. Among them, there are 166 male students and 205 female students. Statistical methods include descriptive statistics, independent samples t-test, one-way analysis of variance, Pearson’s correlation coefficient, and multiple regression analysis. The research results are briefly as follows: 1.In Satisfaction towards student clubs’ scales, highest average score in interpersonal relationship within the clubs, and lowest score in work challenges and organizational management. 2.In Life Adjustment, highest average score in goal adjustment, and learning adjustment whereas lowest in emotional adjustment. The average score of goal adjustment and learning adjustment is the same. 3.Different year in university, faculty and hours participating in student clubs per week shows significant difference to satisfaction towards student clubs. 4.Different year in university, faculty, categories of student clubs, positions in the student clubs and hours participating in student clubs per week shows significant difference to life adjustment. 5.There is a moderately significant correlation between the factors of satisfaction towards student clubs and the factors of life adjustment. 6.Some factors of personal information of university students have significant influence effects on the satisfaction towards student clubs. All factors have an explanatory power of 13.5% to 16.3% for the satisfaction towards student clubs. 7.Some factors of personal information of university students and satisfaction towards student clubs have significant impacts to life adjustment. All factors have an explanatory power of 14.1% to 28.8%. Based on the results from the above provide suggestions to school units, personnel related to student clubs and further research. Suggestions for school units, personnel related to student clubs are: 1.Increasing satisfaction towards student clubs to improve the life adjustment of University students. 2.Gathering resources provided by school administrations and the department to improve life adjustment of the university students. Finally, suggestions for further researches are presented.
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