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A Study of Behavior, Behavioral Intention and Related Factors to Serve as Faculty Administrators in Public Universities
serve as faculty administrators
theory of planning behavior
Providing instruction, guidance, research and services are university faculty’s responsibilities and serving as part-time administrators is a realm of services. However the considerations of instruction, guidance, research and other service could promote or hinder faculty to serve as a part-time administration. This study aimed to investigate the current situations of public university faculty serving as part-time administrators and to understand the behavior, behavioral intentions and other related factors to serve as faculty administrations by using the theory. In total of 798 full-time faculty of a public university in the northern Taiwan were surveyed in 2016. The questionnaire survey is conducted in grouping of colleges and departments. The collected data were analyzed by t test, ANOVA, and regression analysis. The results are as follows: (1)The behavioral intention is low for the faculty to serve as faculty administrators in public universities. (2)The attitude, subjective norms and perceptual behavior control of faculty serve as faculty administrators in public universities are medium to high. (3)The more experiences in serving as faculty administrators in public universities that faculty do, the higher behavioral intentions increase. However, it is irrelevant to the length of teaching years. (4)The behavior and behavioral intentions of the faculty to serve as part-time administrators in public universities can be predicted by their attitudes, subjective norms and perceptual behavior control. (5)There is more probability to serve as faculty administrators in public universities if perceptual behavior is higher controlled. The conclusions of this study may provide a reference for planning of university operation and developing the strategies of faculty human resource.
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