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    Title: 影響學業成就因素之探討
    Determinants of Educational Attainment
    Authors: 王儀欣
    Wang, Yi-Shin
    Contributors: 吳文傑
    Wu, Jack
    王儀欣
    Wang, Yi-Shin
    Keywords: 教育程度
    個人特徵
    家庭特徵
    居住環境
    Educational attainment
    Personal characteristics
    Family characteristics
    Living environment
    Date: 2018
    Issue Date: 2019-11-06 15:29:21 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文利用華人動態資料庫(Panel Study of Family Dynamics)中的子女樣本,選定1984年出生~1989年出生的觀察值,為主要之研究對象,長期追蹤主樣本的父母資訊,並利用Probit model,探討個人特徵(子女性別和健康狀況)、家庭特徵(母親教育程度、母親就業和手足人數)和居住環境(住房狀況和居住都市),加上生肖,對學業成就的影響。

    研究結果顯示,個人特徵方面,女生教育程度比男生高,健康狀況並不影響教育程度;家庭特徵方面,手足人數和子女的教育程度呈現負相關,母親教育程度與母親就業,與子女的教育程度皆呈現正相關;居住環境方面,自有房屋與子女的教育程度呈現正相關,是否居住在都市並不影響子女的教育程度;龍年出生之人的教育程度比非龍年出生之人的教育程度還要高,可能是升學環境不同所導致的結果,未必真的是龍寶寶較傑出。
    This paper uses the Panel Study of Family Dynamics based on CI-2004 to CVIII-2014 and Probit model to empirically examine the factors affecting the educational attainment.

    The results of the estimation show girls’ educational attainment is higher than that of boys. The health does not affect the educational attainment. There is a negative correlation between number of the siblings and sibling’s educational attainment. There is a positive correlation between mother's education and children's education. There is a positive correlation between mother's employment status and children's education. There is a positive correlation between the homeownership and their children's education. Living in the city does not affect the education of children. The educational attainment of people born in dragon year is better than that of people born in non-dragon year. It may be the result of different environment. It may not be true that the dragon baby is superior.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    財政學系
    104255029
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0104255029
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU201901213
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