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論文名稱 第一代大學生的學前特徵、大學經歷與學習成果
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摘要(中) 本研究旨在探討第一代大學生與非第一代大學生在學前特徵、大學經歷與學習成果之間的差異。並運用Feinstein et al. (2004)及Terenzini et al.(1996)的研究成果,探討第一代大學生、學前特徵、大學經歷、學習成果之間的相互關係。
研究對象為以中央大學101-105學年度大學部學生共7617名為研究對象,以該名學生之背景資料、學業狀況進行統計數據分析。
本研究利用了Pearson相關分析、單因子變數分析、迴歸分析對學生進行分析,統整出第一代大學生、學前特徵、大學經歷、學習成果之間的相互關係。
結果發現,第一代對於學前特徵、大學經歷、學習成果方面,都是相關顯著的。且本研究結合了Feinstein et al. (2004)及Terenzini et al.(1996)的兩個model,所得研究模型,其相關關係除了第一代與學習成果方面是不顯著的,其餘皆符合本研究所假設。
摘要(英) The purpose of this study was to explore the differences between precollege characteristics, college experiences, and learning outcomes between first-generation and non-first-generation college students. Using the results of Terenzini et al. (1996) and Feinstein et al. (2004) to explore the interrelationship between the first generation of college students, precollege characteristics, college experiences, and learning outcomes.

The subjects of the study were 7617 students from the National Central University in the 101-105 academic year. The statistical data were analyzed based on the background information and academic status of the student.

This study used Pearson correlation coefficient, Analysis of Variance, and Regression Analysis to analyze students and integrate the relationship between the first generation of college students, precollege characteristics, college experiences, and learning outcomes.

It was found that the first generation was significant in terms of precollege characteristics, college experiences, and learning outcomes. And this study combines two models of Terenzini et al. (1996) and Feinstein et al. (2004). The relevant research models are not significant except for the first generation and learning outcomes.
關鍵字(中) ★ 第一代大學生
★ 學前特徵
★ 大學經歷
★ 學習成果
關鍵字(英) ★ first-generation college students
★ precollege characteristics
★ college experiences
★ learning outcomes
論文目次 目錄
摘要 i
Abstract ii
致謝 iv
目錄 v
表目錄 vii
圖目錄 ix
一、緒論 1
1-1 研究動機: 1
1-2 研究目的: 2
1-3 研究問題: 2
1-4 名詞釋義 2
1-5 研究對象 2
二、文獻探討 3
2-1 第一代大學生(First Generation Students) 3
2-2 家庭背景(父母教育水平、社會經濟地位…) 8
2-3 學習成果 14
三、研究方法 17
3-1 研究對象 17
3-2 研究工具 17
3-3 研究流程 17
3-4 研究模型 18
3-4-1 第一代(N/Y) 18
3-4-2 學前特徵 19
3-4-3 大學經歷 19
3-4-4 學習成果 20
3-5 研究限制 20
四、結果與討論 21
4-1 第一代大學生(N/Y)與學前特徵、大學經歷、學習成果之關係 21
4-1-1 學前特徵 21
4-1-2 大學經歷 25
4-1-3 學習成果 30
4-2 學前特徵與大學經歷、學習成果之關係 33
4-3 大學經歷與學習成果之關係 38
4-4 在第一代(N/Y)的影響下,學前特徵與大學經歷、學習成果之關係 41
4-5 在第一代(N/Y)的影響下,大學經歷與學習成果之關係 43
4-6 在第一代(N/Y)以及學前特徵的影響下,大學經歷與學習成果之關係 44
五、結論與建議 48
5-1 問題與討論 48
5-1-1第一代大學生在學前特徵、大學經歷與學習成果的差異性 48
5-1-2 第一代大學生、學前特徵、大學經歷、學習成果之間的相互關係 49
5-2結論 50
5-3 建議 50
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