Shared Value Expectation on Lifelong Education

평생교육에 대한 공유기대가치 연구

  • 김철호 (청주대학교 광고홍보학과)
  • Received : 2015.10.12
  • Accepted : 2015.12.20
  • Published : 2015.12.28


The purpose of this study is to confirm the components of users' shared value expectation(SVE) on lifelong education through convergent approaches. After reviewing primary data and collecting secondary data with quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, the components of users' SVE on lifelong education were categorized into 10 perspectives, 27 measured variables, and 81 questions. After conducting a confirmatory factor analysis, the latent measurement model was confirmed as reasonable. Internal reliability, construct convergent discriminant validity were also confirmed as reasonable. In a viewpoint that builds interdisciplinary theory, this research may help grasp users' SVE on lifelong education with interdisciplinary approaches. In a strategic viewpoint, this study may contribute to both understanding categorized users' value expectation and planning/executing suitable programs that can meet the expectations. In a managerial viewpoint, this result may help measure the effectiveness of SVE on lifelong education quantitatively.


Lifelong Education;Value Expectation;Shared Value;Shared Value Expectation;Convergent Anlaysis;Interdisciplinary Analysis


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