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    Title: 亞洲國家與美國間留學生互動因素之探討
    Other Titles: The Factors of Study-Abroad Interactions between Asian Overseas Students and the United States
    Authors: 張芳全 ; 余民寧 
    Keywords: 出國留學 ; 推拉理論 ; 因果模式
    Study-abroad ; Push-pull theory ; Causal model
    Date: 1999-12
    Issue Date: 2016-06-04 15:09:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究歸納出亞洲國家留學生偏好留學美國的八大原因;並且評閱有關影響留學生流動的研究文獻與實證報告,歸納出影響留學生出國留學的鉅觀因素--政治、教育、經濟、歷史及文化等。本研究更嘗試以因果模式及推拉理論二者,探索並解釋亞洲國家與美國間留學互動關係,結果顯示:在1978年亞洲國家與美國間留學互動的推拉模式存在。
    This research surveys the preference of Asian overseas students to study in the United States; it also reviews the research literature and empirical studies of the reasons that influence the mobility of overseas students and introduces the marco factors that cause great impact on the students: political, educational, economical, historical and cultural factors. The study manages to combine the causal model and push--pull theory to explore and explain the interaction relationships between Asian overseas students and the united States. The research shows that the push--pull ausal model of study--abroad interaction does exist between Asian overseas students and the United States.
    Relation: 教育與心理研究, 22(下),213-250
    Journal of Education & Psychology
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[教育與心理研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文

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