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Title: 大學生全球公民素養的自覺評價與結構模型分析之研究
Other Titles: Undergraduates’ Self-Evaluation and Structural Equation Model Analysis of Global Citizenship Competences
Authors: 陳淑敏
Amy Shumin Chen
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學
National Taiwan Normal University
Abstract: 面對全球化社會的劇烈轉變之際,大學校院是培育新一代青年具有全球公民素養的重要機構,基於此趨向,本研究運用文獻和理論論述、深度訪談與焦點會議等方法,建構研究問卷後,以全國大學校院學生為對象,進一步以平均數、多變量考驗分析、結構方程模式等統計策略,分析大學生之全球公民素養的表現與影響情形。研究發現包括:一、大學生全球公民素養之表現,在不同構面、觀察變項和個別題項上,存在強烈程度不一的情形,當涉及跨國或全球層次者,得分較為偏低;二、大學生的全球公民素養之認知、德性與行動表現,部分受到性別、學校類型、學生年級別等背景變項的影響;三、大學生的全球公民素養之認知、德性與行動表現上,存在影響路徑機制與效果。研究者提供增進大學生全球公民素養和未來研究實施的建議。
Colleges and universities are vital organizations for cultivating the participation of future generations of youths in addressing the dramatic transformations of global society. Regarding this movement, this study employed a literature and theoretical analysis as well as in-depth interviews and focus group meetings to construct a research questionnaire. The questionnaire was administered to undergraduates. The survey data were analyzed through various statistical methods including: analysis of variance, t test, and post hoc and structural equation modeling to explore the undergraduates’ global participation achievements and performance. The research findings are as follows: (1) College students’ achievements in global citizenship competences demonstrated varying levels of performance in each studied dimension; some low scores were observed, particularly regarding global or cross-national problems. (2) The performance of some of the undergraduates in the cognition, virtue, and action dimensions of global citizenship competences were influenced by their background variables. (3) The model of the relationships among the undergraduates’ performance in the cognitive, virtue, and action dimensions of global citizenship competences revealed the significant effects in the structural equation model. This paper offers suggestions forimproving undergraduates’ competencies in global citizenship attainments and for directions for future research.
Other Identifiers: AEC1E975-1880-CB2A-A63A-64A3D3ACB9D7
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