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教員との関わりが就職決定に与える影響 : 難関校と非難関校の比較

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Title: 教員との関わりが就職決定に与える影響 : 難関校と非難関校の比較
Other Titles: The Impacts of Tutor-Student Communication on Initial Careers : Comparison of Top-ranked Universities with Less Selective Universities in Japan
Authors: 平尾, 智隆1 Browse this author
梅崎, 修2 Browse this author
田澤, 実3 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Tomotaka, Hirao1
Osamu, Umezaki,2
Minoru, Tazawa3
Issue Date: Mar-2017
Publisher: 北海道大学高等教育推進機構
Journal Title: 高等教育ジャーナル
Volume: 24
Start Page: 51
End Page: 61
Abstract: In this paper, we analyze the effects of tutor-student communication on securing an initial job in the Japanese youth labor market. The government promotes higher education reforms aimed at enhancing student advising. In response to these policy decisions, many higher education institutions have introduced innovative tutoring functions such as open office hours, providing academic advice and career guidance. In Japan, however, there is little literature and few case studies on the relevance of these functions to the actual initial careers. This study was undertaken to more accurately measure the effects of tutor-student communication on securing a job. Our study used the longitudinal data set of web monitoring surveys that targets the students of Japanese higher education institutions. The survey was conducted in December 2013 and May 2014. The empirical results show that tutor-student communication in the top public and private universities does not provide students with an advantage in getting an initial job. In contrast, after controlling for potential bias, tutor-student communication in the non-highly selective universities leads to a higher increase in the probability of securing a job. Our findings suggest that we have to implement the good student advising practices used in the non-highly selective universities to promote career education in the broad sense.
Type: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/65030
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