生活の質と精神的充足感から見た生涯学習ニーズ : 成人期の「アイデンティティ探求」ニーズの分析
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An Analysis of the Needs for Life Long Learning from the view points of Quality of Life and Psychological Well-being : A Survey of the Needs of "Search for Identity" in Adulthood
Needs for life long learning
Search for identity
The purposes of this study were to investigate the needs for learning in adulthood, and to analyze the relationship between these contents, and QOL and psychological well-being. Data was obtained from the questionnaire distributed to 533 men and women aged 20's to 70's. The participants were asked to select 5 tasks and/or problems, which (1)they were most interested in, (2)they wanted to learn, and (3)they needed to support exceedingly, and filled out Quality of Life Test by WHO (1995), and Purpose in Life-Test by Crumbaugh and Maholick (1969). The main results were summarized as follows: (1) Most interested and needed tasks and problems were (1)health, (2)search for identity, and (3)internet web and personal computer. (2) The task of "search for identity" were selected by many participants on every life stages in high ranking. The contents of needs for learning were reflected of the psycho-social tasks in each life stages. (3) Significant difference in the contents of these needs was not found between high and low level of QOL and psychological well-being. However, the group of high QOL and well-being had more needs for active learning and the low QOL group had more needs for supports.
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第三部, 教育人間科学関連領域