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Kim, Hyomin
Division of General Studies
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  • Public understanding of health risks and policy-making
  • New energy projects and open planning
  • Media and public understanding of science

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기술과 사회에 관한 융합교육이 남녀학생의 공학 정체성에 미치는 영향

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Title
기술과 사회에 관한 융합교육이 남녀학생의 공학 정체성에 미치는 영향
Author
Kim, HyominKim, Ji-hyungKim, Jeong-YeonKim, Gi-jeongLim, Do-yeonSong, Sungsoo
Issue Date
2014-11
Publisher
한국공학교육학회
Citation
공학교육연구, v.17, no.6, pp.69 - 76
Abstract
This paper examined the influence of interdisciplinary education on technology and society over engineering identities of male and female students. For this purpose, we analyzed survey and essays of UNIST students who took the course of in 2013. Favorable feeling toward engineers, satisfaction with future career as engineers, positive regards of engineers' contribution to society increased to a statistically significant level within the group of female students who took the course. Interestingly, male students also formed more positive engineering identities after taking the course. Gender difference in engineering identities, which was statistically significant within the control group of non-takers, disappeared within students who took the course. Both male and female students learned to perceive engineering as a goal-oriented and contextualized exercises that can materialize new social values. In conclusion, interdisciplinary education on technology and society can make positive impacts on students' formation of engineering identities and sense of commitment.
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https://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/10442
ISSN
1738-6454
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