大学生の学校嫌悪感と怠学傾向および居場所に関する検討 : 学校嫌悪感と怠学傾向による類型化の試み
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The relationship between aversion to school, tendency to neglect one's schoolwork and ibasho in undergraduate students: Typology based on dislike of school and tendency to neglect studies
aversion to school
tendency to neglect studies
The purpose of this study is to typologies college students' dislike of school and their tendency to neglect studies, and to understand the characteristics of each type. Hierarchical cluster analysis was used to develop the typology. The analysis extracted the following three types: I) Students who desired to transfer to a different university, 2) students who were inactive and negligent of their studies, and 3) students who adapted to college life. The group of students who desired to transfer to a different university not only did not actively interact with others during their college life, they also displayed the characteristic of feeling that there were no places where they belonged in the university (ibasho). The group of students who were inactive and negligent of their studies showed reduced desire to attend classes and do classwork; at the same time, they also displayed the characteristic of not disliking school so much that they wished to transfer out of it. The group of students who adapted to college life displayed the characteristic of being satisfied overall with college life. The above results suggest that in the case of students who desired to transfer to a different university, interpersonal relationships in college and the existence of places where they feel they belong have a greater influence on their dislike of school and intensity of the desire to transfer to a different university than does anxiety or dissatisfaction with college classes and study.