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|Other Titles:||The Impact of Campus Experience on Aboriginal and Han College Students at a Multi-Racial Institute of Technology|
Department od Education, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of campus experiences on aboriginal and Han college students in a multi-racial institute of technology. The research samples were 215 aboriginal and 360 Han fourth-year female students in the five-year nursing program. The questionnaire for the study consisted of: a self-concept scale, college campus experience scale and psychosocial development scale. The aboriginal college students significantly lower than the Han college students in both academic involvement and interactions with Han college students. The only variable that the aboriginal college students scored significantly higher in was interaction with aboriginal college students. Other findings were described, and finally, recommendations for pedagogical practice were presented.
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