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How multicultural acceptability's KSA are associated with self-efficacy: Evidence from South Korean university students

Title
How multicultural acceptability's KSA are associated with self-efficacy: Evidence from South Korean university students
Authors
HaS.-Y.ParkK.JunJ.
Ewha Authors
박경옥
Issue Date
2015
Journal Title
Information (Japan)
ISSN
1343-4500JCR Link
Citation
vol. 18, no. 8, pp. 3383 - 3390
Keywords
Canonical correlation analysisMulticultural acceptabilitySelf-confidenceSelf-regulatory efficacyTask difficulty preferences
Publisher
International Information Institute Ltd.
Indexed
SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
We examined the relationships between three self-efficacy variables (self-confidence, self-regulatory efficacy, and task difficulty preferences) and three multicultural acceptability variables (knowledge, skills, and attitude) to explore the specific contributors to make positive effects between them. A canonical correlation analysis was conducted on 532 data across from the five universities. The results suggest that the two variable sets are significantly associated and all the variable sets were positively related. The results show that the more self-regulatory efficacy, task difficulty preferences, and self-confidence students had, in declining order of significance, the more skills, attitude, and knowledge in multicultural acceptability they demonstrated. © 2015 International Information Institute.
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