Title of Project: Career Motivation of U.S.Born and Foreign-Born Faculty in the United States
Principal Investigator: Dr. Kyoung Mi Choi, Assistant Professor Department of Counseling, Special Education and School Psychology
TELEPHONE: (330) 941-3257
Purpose of the Study: To explore possible differences in dimensions of career motivation between U.S. born faculty and foreign-born faculty in the United States. Career motivation is a term used to explain the extent to which people involve themselves in their own career paths and decisions. Three dimensions (career resilience, career insight, and career identity) of career motivation are explored in this study. Differences in career motivation in regard with culture, gender, age, and field of study are the primary focus of this study.
Discomforts and Risks: There are no foreseeable risks to you for participating in this study beyond what would be encountered in normal daily living.
Benefits: Participating in this research will help career development professionals and you by increasing awareness of the diversity of their career decisions and motivation as a whole. There are no foreseeable risks in participating in this study.
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Right to Ask Questions: If you have any questions about this research, you may contact Dr. Kyoung Mi Choi at firstname.lastname@example.org or (330) 941-7273. This informed consent form was reviewed and approved by the Office for Research Protections (IRB#162-14) at Youngstown State University. If you have questions about your rights as a participant in a research project, you may contact Dr. Edward Orona, Director of Grants and Sponsored Programs at Youngstown State University (330-941-2377).
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