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A Study on Creativity and Career Decision-making Self-efficacy of Junior High School Students'
career decision-making self-efficacy
The purpose of the study was to explore the differences and relations among creativity and career decision-making self-efficacy of junior high school students in terms of their different backgrounds.The study also examined the predictability of creativity to career decision-making self-efficacy of junior high school students. The sample consisted of 1366 students from thirteen junior high schools in Taiwan with purposive sampling. The study gathered information through questionnaire surveys. The instruments applied were students’ demographic information, the creativity scale and the career decision-making self-efficacy scale. The data were analyzed through descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation Analysis, Multiple regression Analysis. The main findings of this study were as follows: 1. The creativity of junior high school students varied significantly in terms of the area of school, father’s educational level, mother’s educational level, but not the gender and grade. 2. The career decision-making self-efficacy of junior school students varied significantly in terms of the area of school, grades, father’s educational level, mother’s educational level, but not the gender. 3. It shows medium positive correlation between creativity and career decision-making self-efficacy of junior high school students. 4. The predictabilities of creativity on career decision-making self-efficacy were significant. Among which the confidence was the most predictable. Finally, based on the results, suggestions for education and future researchers were discussed and proposed.
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