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A Survey Research on Life Stress, Learning Satisfaction, and Life Adjustment of Graduate Students from Mainland China
Tony Szu-Hsien Lee
Mainland China students
The purpose of this study is to get to know the formal Graduate students from Mainland China who are currently studying in Taiwan, to know about their situation on adjusting in regular life, also probe into how the population changes, pressure from life, restoring force, and their satisfaction on their studies will affect it. The form of research is to collect data as an overall structure, and takes random sample mainly targeting the Mainland China student from National University of the year of 100. There were total of 156 that was given out, and 111 of them has been returned, one of them is unavalible, therefore 110 valid survey are avalible, which is about 70.51%. After the result been statistically analized, we found out that the factor for their differnt gender, whether they have relative or not near by to take care of their emergency needs, economic pressure, restoring force, pressure of daily life, satisfaction on their study, and how they adjust on their routine life do affect the result. The pressure of daily life and how they adjust with their life affect the result negatively. It’s recommended for Mainland China student to get scholarship, set up internship, have regular conference on their course and have some activities for them to exchange their experience, these will help them to get used to their life in Taiwan sooner.
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