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Effects of DISC Behavior Types on Education Recognition, Satisfaction and Job Preference of College Students Majoring in Beauty
DISC 행동유형에 따른 미용전공 대학생들의 교육인식, 만족도 및 직업선호도에 미치는 영향
- Kim, Hyeon-Mi (Dept. of Education Theory of Cosmetology, Graduate School of Education, Konkuk University) ;
- You, Seon-Hee (Dept. of Beauty Stylist-Major in Skin Care, Yeonsung University) ;
- Li, Shun-Hua (Dept. of Education Theory of Cosmetology, Graduate School of Education, Konkuk University)
- Received : 2019.08.20
- Accepted : 2019.10.20
- Published : 2019.10.28
This study was designed to understand the Education recognition, satisfaction, and job preferences of college students majoring in beauty through the DISC behavior type, and to be used as customized career and beauty education data considering individual tendencies through the DISC behaviour type. From September 20 to October 11, 2017, the final questionnaire was analyzed for students of beauty education who lived in South Chungnam Province and Gyeonggi Province. Significant differences in the Education recognition and job preferences of the study participants were shown, followed by D, I, S, and C, and were found to be satisfactory for their majors. Through this study, it is believed that it will be possible to identify the Education recognition, satisfaction and job preferences of college students in beauty education and use them as basic data that can help them decide their career path after beauty education.
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