ADAPTABILITY OF FRESHMEN IN DALIAN LUXUN ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS
คำสำคัญ:Adaptability of Freshmen, Dalian Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, interpersonal relationships
The research on the adaptability of freshmen of Dalian Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts is based on the premise of fostering more comprehensive development of college students. The research was mixed methodology research consisting of qualitative research and quantitative research. The population was 150 freshmen from Dalian Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts, and the sample size was determined to be 145 by simple random sampling method based on more than 95% of the total population. The instrument used for data collection was a five-level rating scale questionnaire, in interpersonal relationships, learning, campus life, and career selection, Self-emotional adaptation questionnaire survey in five aspects. The analysis data uses special software for data analysis, and the percentage, average, standard deviation, and p-value are analyzed. Conducted research and found that:
1) The overall adaptation level of the freshmen of Dalian Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts is relatively good. Freshmen adapt best to interpersonal relationships, as well as to adapt to learning and campus life. Freshmen also have better emotional adaptability. However, the adaptability to career selection is relatively poor, but the overall adaptability of the freshmen of Dalian Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts is relatively good and the adaptability is high.
2) Among the gender differences, there is no significant difference in the adaptation of interpersonal relationships, career choice, and self-emotional adaptation regardless of whether they are male or female Dalian Luxun Academy of Fine Arts freshmen. There are differences between boys and girls in learning adaptation and campus life adaptation, and the adaptability of boys in both aspects is higher than that of girls.
3) Regarding the difference between whether they are the only child and the place of birth, whether they are the only child or not, the freshmen of Dalian Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts have no adaptation in the five aspects of interpersonal relationship adaptation, learning adaptation, campus life adaptation, career adaptation, and self-emotion adaptation. Significant difference.
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