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    Title: 千禧世代知覺父母生涯信念影響其生涯決定之敘說研究
    Other Titles: Narrative analysis of the perceived impact of parents' career belief on the career decisions of millennials
    Authors: 龔蕾;Gong, Lei
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育心理與諮商研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 千禧世代;生涯信念;知覺父母生涯信念;生涯決定;Millennials;Career belief;perceived parents' belief;Career decision
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:57:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   華人父母影響子女生涯決定的相關研究得到許多關注,但仍未有研究探討華人父母生涯信念如何影響子女的生涯決定。基於此,本研究旨在探討千禧世代知覺父母生涯信念對其生涯決定的影響。首先,研究者就生涯信念理論、社會認知生涯理論、父母影響子女生涯決定的理論與父母影響個體生涯決定的相關文獻進行整理,以此作為本研究的理論基礎。其次,研究者以四位千禧世代成年人作為研究對象,以他們所敘說的生涯決定故事作為研究文本,展開敘說研究。
    Although the perceived impact of Chinese parents on the career decisions of their children have been arguing for decades, a thorough understanding of how parents’ belief affects children has not been reached. Toward this end, this research explores the relationship between perceived parents’ belief and the Chinese parental influences on Millennials’ career decisions.

    Especially providing a rationale, Social Cognitive Career Theory of Career Decision theory and previous research related to parental influences is also available in the present research.The author conducts a narrative interview with four adults aged 26-28 to better understand the role that the perceived parents’ belief plays in Millenials’ life story of career decisions.

    Collecting data from individual-in-depth interview, the researcher then further analyze it with Categorical-Content model of narrative approach. Subsequently this research presents the results of narrative analysis on the parents’ belief and the Millennials’ response from their narrative stories. To sum up, seven major perceived parents’ belief emerges from narrative stories, typically proposed by four participants, specifically related to parents’ life experience.

    Concerning to the second part of the revealings, Millennials seem to make career compromise, especially when facing with financial stress or family burdens, or they would adhere to career interests. Apart from the above findings, attention is also put on uncovering Chinese Culture and Globalization background, back of the belief and response.

    Parental influences show impacts on participants’ career self-efficacy expectation, outcome expectation, interests, goals and actions. Simultaneously the research identifies 5 major perceived impact of parent’s belief on the career decisions of four participants.
    1.General over-control parenting styles and parental rebuke cause more negative impact children’s career self-efficacy, while home leaving, multicultural education and support correlate with it positively.
    2.Around with the Chinese tradition of blaming and controlling, the participants always experience an issue with terribly uncertain about outcome of career decision.
    3.The perceived parents’ career belief would influence Millennials’ career interest, with the mediating factor of relationship; children’s interest would be hindered by parentalism.
    4.Embracing a filial role as a career goal emerges when Millennials grow up; they opt to sacrifice career interest, but back for caring for parents.
    5.Accordingly, with the perceived parental full-hearted support, participants’ exposure is undoubtedly limited; Millennials only start the journey of making decisions when conflicting occurs between parents and children.

    In short the author summarizes all above finds in the end. And the research also mentions limitation and the implications for the researchers and career counselors in the future.
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