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    Title: 高職學生對志願役士兵之認知與參與意願之研究
    Study on Vocational College Students' Cognition and Willingness to Participate in Volunteer Soldiers School
    Authors: 陳坤成
    Chen, Kun-Cheng
    Contributors: 經營管理學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 志願役士兵;認知;參與意願
    Volunteer soldiers;cognition;willingness to participate
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-11-11 09:22:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究問題是探討高職生對於志願役士兵的認知是否會影響其未來參與志願役士兵意願,經由間接文獻之引用及邏輯之推理,發現兩者之關係有必要進一步釐清。本研究是透過紙本問卷以GOOGLE表單發放的方式,請就讀於高中職業學校2、3年級的學生填寫。總計分發385份問卷,請高職學生對於志願役士兵認知與參與意願,進行填答。總計回收385份問卷,去除無效問卷及沒填寫完成者共60份,有效問卷共計為325份。
    本研究結果發現,志願役士兵認知三構面中除「社經地位」外,「工作本質」及「個人適配性」對受測者未來參與志願役士兵工作意願均有顯著影響效果,且以志願役士兵中「個人適配性」認知影響效果最為顯著。此外,在樣本特性上,不論是受試者親友從事國防相關工作與否及家長對參與志願役士兵的態度如何,均對受測者的志願役士兵認知及參與意願有著顯著且不同的影響效果。研究結果亦發現,志願役士兵認知之個人適配性構面,會較工作本質及社經地位等構面,更能提高學生在畢業後的參與意願。
    本研究希望經由研究結果提出建議,以提供教育行政機關、國防部國軍人才招募中心,在未來執行招募規劃時作為研究之參考,降低國軍志願役人口的流動率及獲得有志青年的優秀人才以順利完成國軍「志願役士兵」招募的目標,以維我國國防戰力。
    The research question is to explore whether the higher vocational students' perception
    of volunteer soldiers will affect their willingness to participate in volunteers in the future. Through indirect literature citation and logical reasoning, it is necessary to further clarify the relationship between the two. This study is based on the form of a GOOGLE-based questionnaire issued by a student who is enrolled in a high school vocational school in grades 2 and 3. A total of 385 questionnaires were distributed, and senior students were asked to answer questions about the volunteers’ willingness to participate and their willingness to participate. A total of 385 questionnaires were collected, 60 invalid questionnaires were deleted, and 60 were completed. The total number of valid questionnaires was 325.
    The results of this study found that in addition to the "social status" of volunteers in
    the three facets of volunteers, "work essence" and "personal fit" have a significant effect on the future willingness of the subjects to participate in volunteer service, and The cognitive effect of “personal fit” among volunteer soldiers is the most significant. In addition, in terms of sample characteristics, whether the subject's relatives and friends are engaged in defense-related work or not, and the attitude of parents to volunteers participating in the volunteers, they have significant and different effects on the volunteers' perceptions and willingness to participate. . The results of the study also found that the personal fit facet of volunteer soldiers' cognition will improve the students' willingness to participate after graduation than the work nature and socio-economic status.
    This study hopes to make recommendations through the research results to provide
    educational administrations and the National Defense Forces Recruitment Center of the Ministry of National Defense. It will serve as a reference for research in the future implementation of recruitment planning, reduce the turnover rate of the national military volunteers and obtain outstanding talents of aspiring youth. In order to successfully complete the recruitment of the National Army "volunteer soldiers", in order to maintain China's national defense capabilities.
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