Bulletin of the Japan Society of Internship
Online ISSN : 2433-1996
Print ISSN : 1881-1663
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  • 2019 Volume 21 Pages Cover1-
    Published: 2019
    Released: June 19, 2020
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  • Katsutoshi FURUTA
    Type: Research Notes
    2019 Volume 21 Pages 1-10
    Published: 2019
    Released: June 19, 2020
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    This study aims to measure the Meaningfulness of an Internship Experience based on a scale measure of Calling and to identify the relations of the meaningfulness between an internship period, regions (domestic / overseas), details (working experience / collective training / project learning) as well as university life (studying / club activities / part-time jobs). I performed a longitudinal and quantitative analysis on the results of the questionnaires which were performed before and after the summer internships in a private liberal arts university A in a rural area. The number of the companies which offered their summer internships in the fiscal year 2017 was 186 companies and 456 students participated from the university A. The analysis target was 224 students’ data after removing some data out of the collected questionnaires due to filling in failures etc. I obtained the following 4 results by performing an analysis of variance and a multiple regression analysis: 1) The meaningfulness of the internship experience was high when the internship period was 9 days and under, rather than 10 days and over. 2) People who experienced overseas internships had a higher degree of meaningfulness of their internship experience than those who experienced domestic internships. 3) Regarding the details of internships, it revealed that working experience or collective training increased participants’ meaningfulness of their internship experience. However, project learning didn’t impact the meaningfulness of the internship experience. 4) When the meaningfulness of learning was high, the meaningfulness of the internship experience was also high.
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  • ― The Relationship between Support from others and Motivation to learn independently -
    Takami IWAI
    Type: Research Notes
    2019 Volume 21 Pages 11-19
    Published: 2019
    Released: June 19, 2020
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    The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of university freshman and university sophomore internship among university students on their motivation to learn independently, furthermore that to examine relevance between a motivation to learn and the support from others and a review of university life. The questionnaire survey data are collected from the internship experiencer of university freshman and sophomore. The analysis results clarified the following three points. Firstly, we analyzed relevance between university freshman and sophomore internship and motivation to learn independently. Experience of internship changed to a motivation and that aroused to learn. In condition that university freshman and sophomore internship among university students influenced on their motivation to learn more than their career consciousness. Secondly, we analyzed relevance between motivation to learn independently and support from others on internship. The support of others on internship that gave the awareness and new vision to university students and that gave to the influence of motivation to learn. Finally, results showed that university students reviewed their university life enough to learn independently higher. From these results, we conclude that university freshman and sophomore internship among university students have effect to motivation to learn independently that suggest need for career education and support of an adaptation university.

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  • 2019 Volume 21 Pages App1-
    Published: 2019
    Released: June 19, 2020
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