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Constructing Professional Identity and Career Choice Intentions among Agricultural Students through Student Exchange Program.
Pegdwende Moise Kabre
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The primary purpose of this study is to assess the relationships between experiential benefit, professional identity, and career choice intentions of a mix of Taiwanese and foreign exchange students who participated in agriculture-related exchange programs in the past years. This study specifically sought to investigate students' expected benefits for participation in SEP such as knowledge and skills they gained, students' changes in their career interests, attitudes toward both the host and home countries. Primary data on exchange students were collected using online questionnaire survey with a sample size of 162 respondents from Thailand, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam and other countries from Europe and Africa. Structural equation model analysis was performed to develop and validate the model by using SPSS and Amos with the collected data. T-test and ANOVA to test whether students' socio-demographic characteristics are related to their experiential benefits of exchange program, professional identity as well as career choice intentions. The results indicated that students' socio-demographic characteristics were partially related to experiential benefits, professional identity, and career choice intentions, respectively. The professional identity have a full mediating impact on the relationship between experiential benefits and career choice intentions. The findings are expected to contribute to the understanding of agricultural students' SEP behaviors, to provide the suggestions of planning and managing relevant policy for encouraging more students to join SEP oversea.
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