A Conceptual Framework Toward Understanding of Knowledge Acquisition Sources and Student Well-Being

  title={A Conceptual Framework Toward Understanding of Knowledge Acquisition Sources and Student Well-Being},
  author={Yan Xu and Michael Yao-Ping Peng and Yangyan Shi and Shwu-Huey Wong and Wei-Loong Chong and Ching-Chang Lee},
  journal={Frontiers in Psychology},
There are a multitude of factors influencing student employability, with all previous studies basing their conclusions upon predetermined variables according to different theories and exploring the relevance between them. In this study, teachers’ knowledge transfer and market orientation—are put forward on the basis of the marketing concepts in order to explore the conspicuousness between various factors within the structural model. This study uses students from colleges in Taiwan and mainland… Expand

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