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|dc.description.abstract||The purpose of this study is to investigate the phenomenon of undergraduates' care-for-self. Forty undergraduates were interviewed to understand their care-for-self by assessing what they cared about, when they became aware of the events they cared about, and why they cared about those events. Data obtained from interviews were coded and analyzed. The findings of this study are summarized as the following. I. The types of events undergraduates cared about were diverse, ranging from individual beliefs to environmental ecosystems. 2. The major dimensions undergraduates cared about were joblJamily, recreation/environment, and learning. Moreover, job-opportunity received the highest priority. 3. The time in which undergraduates began to become aware of their self-care-events varied at each academic stage. However, thefreshman stage was a crucial time in which undergraduates become aware oftheir self-care-events. 4. The reasons why undergraduates cared about particular events varied, ranging from the nature of the event itself to its impact upon society. Specifically, individual factors were crucial, while family and school factors were minor. 5. There were a number of reasons why undergraduates cared about particular events, which were influenced by the context undergraduates grew under.||en_US|
|dc.publisher||Department of Educational Psychology, NTNU||en_US|
|dc.title||大學生關懷自身之探討: 3 W* 的分析||zh-tw|
|dc.title.alternative||The Care-for-Self ofUndergraduates: An Analysis via 3W*||zh_tw|
|Appears in Collections:||教育心理學報|
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