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Title: 大学生の就職活動時における自己理解の多面的人格特性に関する因子分析的研究
Other Titles: ダイガクセイ ノ シュウショク カツドウジ ニオケル ジコ リカイ ノ タメンテキ ジンカク トクセイ ニ カンスル インシ ブンセキテキ ケンキュウ
Factor Analytical Study on Diverse Personality Traits of College Students in Hunting for a Job
Authors: 甲村, 和三
KOHMURA, Kazumi
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2009
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: The present study was conducted to clarify factor structure about self-understanding of college students in hunting for a job. 330 students were asked to rate 50 questions about their personality traits and behavioral characteristics. Five factors were derived as a result of factor analysis. These were named interpersonal relationship, activity, cooperation, stress tolerance, and awareness of anxiety, respectively. Four factors without cooperation included two sub-factors, respectively. These were named sociability and favorability in interpersonal relationship, challenge and independence in activity, maturity and autonomy in stress tolerance, anxiety and self-confidence in awareness of anxiety. The rating scores for almost all questions in upperclassmen showed higher than those in underclassmen. These were significant differences between the rating scores for almost all questions in upperclassmen and those in underclassmen. High rating scores showed to be surely developing career-consciousness in upperclassmen. The questions used in this study seem to be useful when students understand their personality traits and behavioral characteristics by themselves in hunting for a job.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/1450
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