7126 / 6667: Survey Research & Design in Psychology / G
Faculty of Health, University of Canberra
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Gender Differences in University Student Satisfaction
University of Canberra
A student satisfaction survey of 508 University of Canberra students was conducted to examine whether satisfaction (Campus Design, Environment, and Quality of Education) varied by gender. A 2 × (3) mixed ANOVA indicated a within-subjects effect of student satisfaction which accounted for 17% of variance. Quality of education satisfaction was rated higher than Environment satisfaction which, in turn, was rated higher than Campus Design satisfaction. There was no main effect for gender and no-significant interaction between gender and satisfaction factor. Future research could examine gender differences for other student satisfaction factors. Gender Differences in University Student Satisfaction
Satisfaction can be conceptualised as the congruence between a person and...
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