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Title: 專科學生對生命意義與歷程改變之觀點探討
Other Titles: The Students Perspectives on the Meaning of Life and the Changing Process
Authors: 歐姿妤
Issue Date: Sep-2010
Publisher: 師資培育與就業輔導處
Office of Teacher Education and Careers Service
Abstract: 本研究主要目的在探討專科學生對生命意義與歷程改變之觀點,據以質性為主、量化為輔的研究設計,針對桃園縣某專科學校修讀生命教育課程之20名學生為研究對象,以半結構式問卷及深度訪談收集資料。研究結果發現:目前專科學生面臨的困擾主要為課業及升學或留學問題,其次,影響專科學生對生命看法的重大挫敗經驗,主要為朋友失和、家庭經濟困頓及親友死亡。在探究專科學生對生命意義與歷程改變之觀點部分,獲致活在當下的快樂生活、為自己夢想而活及改變生命歷程等三個主題(theme) ,其中改變生命歷程又包含改變內在及外在環境。本研究依據上述結果提出建議,並作為學校及教師在探究專科學生對生命意義與歷程改變及實施生命教育課程之參考。
There is important to school came up with strategies promoting students' life values. Understanding the students' life meaning will help teachers lead studentsto feel the life. The main purpose of this study was to explore the students' perspectives toward life meaning and change. Methods: A convenience sampling of 20 teenaged students was included. As second graders, they had attended the course of" Introduction to Life Education" in a college in Taoyuan City in Taiwan. The collected research data included semistructural questionnaire and interviewed data. ATLAS/ti 5.0 software was used to transform the file into word documents. Constant comparison method was used to do cross-case study. Results: Students felt the main problem in their life was academic issue. The impact of views the lives were the experience from estranged friends, family economic difficulties, and relatives death. The three themes which represent the perspective toward life meaning and change: be happy in the moment, live for their dream, and change their life process. Conclusions: The results of this study will raise the awareness of the school for the life meaning of the teenagers. Students will have better personality integration and spiritual growth in their youth. Keywords: Life meaning, Change of the life process, Life education, College student.
Other Identifiers: A4D7B75E-64EA-5F87-E1A7-A30D0CFB9F73
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