The Bulletin of the Center for Research on Regional Economic Systems, the Graduate School of Social Science, Hiroshima University Issue 17
2006-03-31 発行

個人主導型職業能力開発の促進要因に関する一考察 : 登録型派遣労働者を事例として <論説>

Factors that Promote Independent Development of Vocational Capabilities : Focusing on the Case of Temporary Worker
Nakagawa, Yoko
file
abstract
This research focuses on the factors that promote independent development of vocational capabilities from a social cognitive perspective. Specifically, individual, semi-structured interviews were conducted with twenty-two temporarily-employed instructors who developed vocational capabilities in the past. Subsequently, the collected data was analyzed qualitatively focusing on how the research participants had obtained necessary skills. In addition, it is possible to propose a policy based on the following research findings:

1) Self-efficacy was a factor that promoted independent development of vocational capabilities.

2) Self-efficacy was acquired and modified via four primary sources of information or types of learning experience. These were defined by Bandura (1986) as (1) personal performance accomplishments; (2) vicarious learning; (3) social persuasion; and, (4) physiological and affective states.

3) Research participants had information networks that allowed exchange beyond the boundaries of the work place. The network was a factor that promoted independent development of vocational capabilities.

4) Research participants were affected by the digitization of information that occurred around 1995. The parallel interplay of this socioeconomic factor with the development of cognitive capabilities was a factor in the promotion of the independent development of vocational capabilities.
subject
個人主導型職業能力開発
登録型派遣労働者
自己効力感
independent development of vocational capabilities
temporary worker
self-efficacy
SelfDOI