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Title: 性別、產業型態及創造經驗與創意相關的個人特質、家庭及學校因素之關係
Other Titles: The Relationships between Gender, Type of Industry, Experience in Creation and Personal Traits, Family, and School Factors that Pertaining to Creativity Development
Authors: 葉玉珠;吳靜吉;鄭英耀
Yeh, Yu-chu;Wu, Jing-jyi;Cheng, Ying-Yao
Contributors: 教育研究所
Keywords: 科技與資訊;家庭;個人特質;創造力;學校
Technology and Information;Family;Personal Traits;Creativity;School
Date: 2001-06
Issue Date: 2016-09-29 16:56:19 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本研究的主要目的為:(一)比較科技與資訊產業中男性與女性研發人員在三個創意發展的相關因素(個人特質、家庭及學校)上的差異:(二)探討產業型態(科技與資訊)及創造經驗對這三個創意發展的相關因素之效果。本研究的參與者共計360位研發人員,其中162位服務於資訊界,198位服務於科技界。主要的研究發現為(一)女性較男性研發人員擁有較多有助於創意發展的個人特質以及家庭與學校經驗;(二)創造經驗為預測創意發展相關的個人特質之有效預測指標,但無法有效預測相關的家庭及學校因素;(三)產業型態對創意發展相關的個人特質、家庭及學校因素均無顯著的預測力;(四)良好的家庭及學校環境應有助於創造力的發展,但並不保證高創意的產生。
The main purposes of this study were (a) to analyze the differences between male and female R & D personnel in technology and information industries on three correlates of creativity: personal traits, family, and school; and (b) to understand the interaction effects of type of industry and experience in creation on the three correlates of creativity development. Among the 360 R & D participants, 162 were working in information industries while 198 were working in technology industries. The employed instruments were The Inventory of Personal-trait Factors to Creativity Development(IPF-CD), The Inventory of Family Factors to Creativity Development(IFF-CD), The Inventory of School Factors to Creativity Development(ISF-CD), and several questions developed by the researchers. The findings revealed that (a) there were gender differences nin personal traits as well as family and school experiences pertaining to creativity development; (b) experience in creation was an effective predictor for personal traits, but not for family and school factors pertaining to creativity development; (c) type of industry was not an effective predictor for all the three correlates of creativity development; and (d) a positive family and school environment may contribute to the development of creativity but would not necessarily bring about highly creative people.
Relation: 國立政治大學學報, 82, 125-159
Data Type: article
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