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    Title: 言語学習における自律性と第二言語不安との関係 : 淡江大学日本語学科の学習者を対象に
    Other Titles: 語言學習中的自律性與第二語言焦慮間的關係 : 以淡江大學日本語文學系的學習者為對象
    The correlation between second language anxiety and autonomy in language learning : case study performed and surveyed from students of the Japanese Department in Tamkang University
    Authors: 王怡婷;Wang, Yi-Ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本語文學系碩士班
    Keywords: 自律性;達成動機;自我效能;第二語言焦慮;學習態度;autonomy;Achievement Motives;self-efficacy;second language anxiety;Learning Attitude;自己効力感;第二言語不安;学習態度
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:39:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文的目的在於探討日語學習者的自律性與第二語言焦慮之間的相關為何,首先設定「越是自律性高的日語學習者,越不易感受到第二語言焦慮,相對地自律性較低的日語學習者,則較容易感受到第二語言焦慮。」此一假說,之後再採用混合研究法來解析自律性與第二語言焦慮之間的關係。
    Basing on the hypothesis of “Japanese learners with higher autonomy tend to have less second language anxiety in comparison to those with less autonomy,” this research was carried out through Mixed Methods to analyze the correlation between Japanese learners’ autonomy and second language anxiety.
    During the qualitative research, in order to pinpoint the key factors influencing learners’ autonomy, semi-structured interviews wereconducted on 8 senior students from Japanese Literature major. Interview records were converted into written documents then analyzed using Grounded Theory Approach. As result, a total of 8 influential factors were drawn out and could be probed with opposite viewpoints such as “autonomy enhancement” and “autonomy diminishment.” Moreover, same interview materials were also used on those Japanese learners who have passed the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test N1 and those who failed in comparison.
    As for quantitative research, after it was differentiated into “autonomy research” and “second language anxiety research,” a survey was performed. The survey was designed based on previous qualitative research and referenced from 3 relative survey documents to originate with 45 survey questions; A total of 139 senior Japanese Literature students participated in the survey. Resulting statistics from the survey was then analyzed from all angles to determine the correlation between learners’ autonomy and second language anxiety, proofing the prior hypothesis set for this research.
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