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The Effect of Career-Interrupted Married Women's Participation Motivation for Lifelong Education on Psychological Empowerment and Career Adjustment

  • Journal of Regional Studies and Development
  • Abbr : JRSD
  • 2018, 27(3), pp.1-34
  • DOI : 10.18350/ipaid.2018.27.3.1
  • Publisher : Institute for Poverty Alleviation and International Development: IPAID
  • Research Area : Social Science > Area Studies > Regional Studies in general > Comparative / Statistical Regional Studies
  • Published : December 30, 2018

Nam, Gi Young 1 Jun-Sang Yoon 1

1공주대학교 지역사회개발학과

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ABSTRACT

This study is intended to look into the effect of career-interrupted married women's participation motivation for lifelong education on psychological empowerment and career adjustment. To achieve this, an in-depth survey was carried out to 740 career-interrupted married women on the list. The findings are as follows. Career-interrupted married women's participation motivation for lifelong education showed that their job autonomy by psychological empowerment had a positive effect on their goal-oriented outside activities and learning needs. This implies that the empowerment to self-efficacy of given job can be expected to improve creative and goal-oriented active performance. Consequently, career-interrupted married women will be able to settle for career adjustment more easily along with reemployment through the creation of organizational climate for more consideration of job autonomy with learning goal-oriented and active tendencies.

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