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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53890
Doc. No:TL23844
Call number:‭3206820‬
Main Entry:Juniarto Rojo Prasetyo
Title & Author:A study of educational and career aspirations of Semarang freshmen universities, IndonesiaJuniarto Rojo Prasetyo
College:University of Pittsburgh
Date:2005
Degree:Ed.D.
student score:2005
Page No:188
Abstract:Using the Weidman (1989) Undergraduate Socialization model, the present study attempts to examine the distinction between educational and career aspirations in public and private university freshman of Semarang, Indonesia. The correlation between the four dimensions of independent variables, student characteristics, parental socialization, significant others, and collegiate experiences, and four dependent variables, educational aspirations, expecting a position as a government employee, expecting a position as a private employee, and career aspirations were analyzed. Data were collected through a survey distributed to 379 freshmen students from two public and two private universities, using a stratified sampling method to analyze data from each university. Data were analyzed using zero order correlations and multiple regressions analysis. For both public and private university students, almost all student characteristic variables that correlate with educational and career aspirations showed a significant positive effect, and the degree of its correlation for the public sample is greater than for the private counterpart. For both public and private university students, almost all parental socioeconomic status indicated a positive significance for educational and career aspirations. For private students, there were some significant negative effects of parental encouragement, but, on the other hand, no significant negative effects appear on educational and career aspirations. All variable significant other for public university showed a positive effect on career aspirations and some negative effects on three other dependent variables, while for the private university only one variable, significant other, showed a positive significant effect on career aspirations and two variables had negative effects on expecting a position as a private employee. In the public university sample, almost all collegiate experiences variables that had a correlation to educational and career aspirations showed significant positive effects. In addition, the relative absence of collegiate experiences for educational and career aspirations, especially social integration, is somewhat contradictory to Weidman's model. Expecting a position as a government employee and expecting a position as private employee are new variables and were never used as criterion in the previous research on educational and career aspirations. However, it is not effective enough to employ in the model of educational and career aspirations.
Subject:Education; Career aspirations; Educational aspirations; Freshmen; Indonesia; Semarang; Universities; Higher education; Educational sociology; Academic guidance counseling; 0745:Higher education; 0340:Educational sociology; 0519:Academic guidance counseling
Added Entry:J. C. Weidman
Added Entry:University of Pittsburgh