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Korean Supervisees' Expectation from Supervisor Rles and Supervision Functions

  • Korean Social Science Journal
  • Abbr : KSSJ
  • 2005, 32(2), pp.1-18
  • Publisher : Korean Social Science Research Council
  • Research Area : Social Science > Social Science in general

Bang, Keeyeon 1

1고려사이버대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

This study examines Korean supervisees’ expectations fromsupervisor roles and supervision functions in terms of their educational levelsand amount of counseling experience. One hundred and sixteen Koreansupervisees responded to a survey that included descriptions of threesupervisor roles and three supervision functions based on the DiscriminationModel of supervision (Bernard, 1997). The participants’ educational levelswere classified as ‘enrolled in master’s programs’, ‘holders of master’sdegrees’, and ‘enrolled in doctoral programs’ while their counselingexperience ranged from three months to 14 years. The results indicated thatsupervisees’ educational levels and amount of counseling experienceinfluenced their expectations from supervisor roles and supervision functions,which supports one of the common assumptions of developmental models ofsupervision (Chagnon & Russell, 1995). The significance and implications ofthis study are also discussed.

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