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A narrative study on the experiences of peer mentoring in college students

  • 한국청소년활동연구
  • Abbr : SKYA
  • 2021, 7(3), pp.21-40
  • DOI : 10.36697/skya.2021.7.3.21
  • Publisher : Korea Youth Activity Research Association
  • Research Area : Natural Science > Life Sciences > Child Study > Adolescence Science
  • Received : August 31, 2021
  • Accepted : September 30, 2021
  • Published : September 30, 2021

Jung, Jung ae ORD ID 1

1가톨릭관동대학교

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ABSTRACT

Background & Purpose: This study is a field study conducted focusing on peer mentoring experiences to help colleagues who are experiencing difficulties in college life. The purpose is to provide data for revitalizing the experience of peer mentoring in college students. Methodology: This study is temporality, sociality, place on the according to the narrative inquiry procedure suggested by Clandinin & Connelly (2000). the field text was analyzed by a three-dimensional narrative inquiry space. Findings/Conclusions: First, as they began to experience peer mentoring, they recognized that previous experiences had an influence on their current cognitive-emotional behavior. Second, the psychological state that I had when I first started experiencing peer mentoring developed into interest in myself and my peers over time. Third, he gained confidence in what role he would play in the future. Implications: As a college student, it will be possible to discuss how faithful and free one can be to oneself and others from the perspective of an open mind toward the world in the future, and it will provide important basic data for activating peer mentors of college students.

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