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PS25P-03-258

The effects of frequency of watching TV dramas on work values for future career, moderated by career education: A two-wave panel survey on college students.

[Speaker] Asoh, Naoko:1
[Co-author] Tajima, Sachi:2, Shoun, Akiyo:1, Sakamoto, Akira:1
1:Ochanomizu University (Japan), 2:Tokai University (Japan)

The study investigated the effects of frequency of watching TV dramas on the work values for future careers. A two-wave panel survey was conducted on a total of 300 college students. The dependent variable was participants' work values at Time 2. Independent variables were their frequency of watching TV dramas between Time 1 and Time 2, as well as their career education at schools. The control variable was their work values at Time 1. The results showed interactive effects of their career education and their frequency of watching TV dramas were significant on the work values. The results indicated that the frequency of watching TV dramas, as well as the career education, could make students have positive values for future careers.
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