The Effect of Participating Motives for Lifelong Education on the Releasing of Controlled Inferiority, the Gratification of Retained Desire, and Voluntary Resocialization
평생교육 참여 동기가 통제된 열등의식 해소, 유보된 욕망 충족, 자발적 재사회화에 미치는 영향

Chulho Kim
2014 Journal of Digital Convergence  
The purpose of this research is to examine the empirical effect of participating motives for lifelong education on the releasing of controlled inferiority, the gratification of retained desire, and voluntary resocialization. The motives for lifelong education were divided into an external viewpoint focusing on consumers' behaviors and an internal viewpoint based on activity of the ego. External motives were divided into pragmatic, entertaining, and relational motives, while internal motives
more » ... nternal motives were divided into self-realization, self-existence, and self-participation motives. The results show that the pragmatic motive and the self-realization motive, the entertaining motive and the self-existence motive, and the relational motive and the self-participation motive are highly related to each other. It was found that the pragmatic motive and the self-realization motive affected the lifelong education participants' release of controlled inferiority relatively stronger, the entertaining motive and the self-existence motive affected participants' gratification of retained desire relatively stronger, the relational motive and the self-participation motive affected participants' voluntary re-socialization relatively stronger.
doi:10.14400/jdc.2014.12.11.515 fatcat:lkfkmb7kkjaonicd6jfoysvmoe