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|Other Titles:||A Study on Ethical Concept of Senior Vocational School Students|
Department od Education, NTNU
The main purpose of this research is to investigate whether senior vocation school students have proper concepts of vocational ethics in 12 fields：responsibility, job─respect, law─abiding, honesty and credit, service, incorruptibility, industry and thrift, secret─keeping, cooperation, punctuality, enterprise and autonomy. This research is also conducted to find out whether these concepts constitute differences among different schools, classes, grades and sexes, and whether they influence the records of the students regarding the ir moral conduct and school achievements, with the hope of submitting the report to the conference to improve the education of vocational ethics. The methods of this research are adopted emphatically by both analysis and investigation, and the objects of this research are 627 studnets chosen from eight senior vocational schools, both business and technival. The materials of this research are the questionnaires edited by the researcher on the occupational ethics concepts for senior vocational schools, and the research analysis and statistics are adopted by mean test, percentile test, single factor analysis of variance and product─moment correlation. The principle discovered of this research are inducted into the following five points：1. The persons or matters that influence the vocational ethics of senior vocational students, stated in order, are parents, teachers, friends（schoolmates）, employers, textbooks, newspapers and magazine, colleagues, brothers and sisters, telecast, community members, and elders. Obviously, parents cast the greatest influence, and elders the least. 2. In terms of occupational ethics, vocational students who were investigated consider it very important in the following sequence：responsibility, honesty and credit, law─abiding, punctuality, job─respect, incorruptibility, secret─keeping, enterprise, cooperation, industry and thrift, service, and autonomy. Responsibility is regarded the most important；while initiativenes
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