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A longitudinal analysis on Growth Belief, Reading Activities, and Citizenship of Middle School Students

  • 한국청소년활동연구
  • Abbr : SKYA
  • 2020, 6(4), pp.123-141
  • DOI : 10.36697/skya.2020.6.4.123
  • Publisher : Korea Youth Activity Research Association
  • Research Area : Natural Science > Life Sciences > Child Study > Adolescence Science
  • Received : November 27, 2020
  • Accepted : December 24, 2020
  • Published : December 31, 2020

Kim jin hee 1

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to examine how growth belief, reading activities, and citizenship of 1st to 3rd graders in middle school change, and to clarify the longitudinal structure between the variables, using data from the Gyeonggi Education Panel Study (GEPS). In order to conduct this, the SPSS 22.0 and AMOS 22.0 programs were used and the multivariate latent growth model was applied to confirm the influence over time. As a result of the study, first, having analyzed the descriptive statistics and correlations of growth beliefs, reading activities, and citizenship of middle school students in Gyeonggi-do, the average value of all three variables decreased as time passed, and there was a positive correlation between the variables. Second, as a result of comparing the non-change model and the linear change model of Gyeonggi-do middle school students' growth beliefs, reading activities, and citizenship, it was discovered that the linear change model for all three variables was more suitable for the data. Third, as a result of examining longitudinal changes in growth beliefs, reading activities, and citizenship of middle school students in Gyeonggi-do, the fitness index was all found to be at a sound level. Furthermore, reading activities had a partial mediating effect in the relationship between growth belief and citizenship. These results imply that it is necessary to continuously manage the trend of middle school students' growth beliefs and citizenship and that diverse reading activities and educational support are required.

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