Influences of occupational status and workplace training on vocational students' occupational identity: a Chinese context

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Occupation status, perception of workplace training and occupational identity are measured with 724 Chinese vocational students by qualified instruments. Results of the structural equation model indicate that occupational status and workplace training all influence students occupational identity, while the quality of workplace training has greater influence compared with occupational status, which challenges conventional Chinese views on occupational status and illustrates the importance of workplace training. Furthermore, as the result of regression model, 'Expert Culture', 'Match of...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Students; Vocational education and training; Quality; Outcomes

Keywords: Perception; Cultural factor; Occupation; On the job training; Work based learning; Outcomes of education and training

Geographic subjects: China; Asia

Published: [Washington, District of Columbia]: [International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship], [2017]

Physical description: [6] p.

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http://www.inap.uni-bremen.de/dl/inap%20conference%20proceedings%202017.pdf#page=133

Conference number: 7th

Date: 2017

Place: Washington, District of Columbia

Related items: TD/TNC 131.484

Statement of responsibility: Yingyi Zhou, Zhiqun Zhao, Xueling Fu, Rauner Felix

Resource type: Conference

Call number: TD/TNC 131.562

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