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Journal of Asia Pacific counseling
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1Healer or Healing? An Exploratory Analysis of Becoming a Counselor

저자 : Miles Matise

발행기관 : 한국상담학회 간행물 : Journal of Asia Pacific counseling 11권 2호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 1-16 (16 pages)

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The process of becoming a professional counselor can be long and arduous. It can be fraught with anxiety, ambiguity, and doubt about one's motivations to pursue such a profession. However, it can also be characterized by hopefulness to grow, heal, and recover from experiences in the life of the student. The current study investigated the early life experiences of counselors-in-training enrolled in a graduate master's CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs) program. The author examined themes from the lives of twenty-four counseling students and how their past experiences were transformative to better prepare them to help others.

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2School Counselors as Empowering Institutional Agents: Why Asian American Students See School Counselors for Academic, Social-Emotional, and College-Career Issues

저자 : Jungnam Kim , Wendy Hoskins , Neffisatu Dambo , Julia Bryan

발행기관 : 한국상담학회 간행물 : Journal of Asia Pacific counseling 11권 2호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 17-40 (24 pages)

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This study identified the socio-demographic factors and level of risk that Asian American (AA) high school students experienced which shaped their help-seeking behaviors regarding meeting with a school counselor. Using a nationally representative sample of 937 AA high school students, multinomial logistic regression analyses revealed that specific socio-demographic factors (e.g., Asian ethnicity, immigration, first generation) and level of risk students experience (e.g., moderate level of risk, high level of risk) were significantly associated with student-counselor contact for academic, social/emotional, and college/career counseling. Implications for school counselors as empowering institutional agents are discussed.

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3Korean College Students' Psychological Distress Surrounding COVID-19

저자 : Nan Hee Jung , Hyoeun Park , Hang Jo

발행기관 : 한국상담학회 간행물 : Journal of Asia Pacific counseling 11권 2호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 41-55 (15 pages)

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This study investigated college students' psychological distress within the context of the novel coronavirus disease 2019's (COVID-19). A questionnaire was administered to 209 college students in South Korea. Frequency analysis, one-way analysis of variance, and t-test were conducted to analyze the collected data using the JAMOVI program. The results revealed that nearly 20% participants reported experiencing severe stress, anxiety, and depression due to COVID-19. Further, female students scored higher at all levels. The level of psychological distress of the students who get support for their living expenses was significantly higher than that of students making money through part-time jobs. The depression level of students attending face-to-face classes was significantly higher than those who did not. The grade and housing type were not significant aspects. Based on these results, a discussion was then presented. This study thereby provided foundational data for identifying the psychological impacts of COVID-19 on South Korean college students.

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4Discrimination, Social Connectedness, and Future Anxiety of First-Generation Korean Americans

저자 : Taehee Kim , Michael Brooks , Farren Stackhouse

발행기관 : 한국상담학회 간행물 : Journal of Asia Pacific counseling 11권 2호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 57-71 (15 pages)

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This study investigated the relationship between perceived discrimination, perceptions about occupation, social connectedness to mainstream society, anxiety toward the future, and life satisfaction for first-generation Korean Americans. The data (N = 107) of the first-generation Korean American participants were analyzed using path analysis, focusing on mediating effects of social connectedness and anxiety about the relationship between perceived discrimination, perceptions about occupation, and life satisfaction. Our study results showed that perceived discrimination and perceptions about occupation are positively correlated to anxiety about the future but negatively correlated with a connectedness to mainstream society. In addition, demands of occupation, discrimination, and concern about the future were all negatively associated with life satisfaction. At the same time, first-generation Korean Americans' social connectedness to mainstream society was positively associated with life satisfaction. According to the path analysis results, only perceptions about occupation were indirectly associated with life satisfaction via anxiety about the future. However, discrimination was not indirectly associated with life satisfaction via social connectedness to mainstream society and worry about the future.

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5Convergences of Oppression for International Racially Minoritized Doctoral Students

저자 : Aishwarya Joshi , Christian D. Chan , Lindsdale Graham

발행기관 : 한국상담학회 간행물 : Journal of Asia Pacific counseling 11권 2호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 73-89 (17 pages)

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Globalization efforts have increased attention on the number of policies dedicated to the significance of international students at higher education institutions in the United States. International students, particularly in graduate and doctoral education, generate more intercultural efforts and cultural exchanges. Despite the past decade of research on international doctoral students in the field of Counselor Education and Supervision, practices to better serve international doctoral students have historically focused on unilateral approaches without understanding the overlap between multiple structural forms of oppression (e.g., racism, nativism). Using intersectionality theory, this article describes three influential areas related to supporting international doctoral students: (a) an overview of research of structural forms of oppression affecting international doctoral students; (b) theoretical underpinnings of intersectionality; and (c) a call to action to incorporate the lens of intersectionality within research, practice, and mentorship in Counselor Education and Supervision programs.

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6Linking TIMSS 2007 Mathematics Attitude Items to Expectancy-Value Theory: Implications for School Counselors and Educators

저자 : Namok Choi , Sarah B. Bush , Hongryun Woo , Amy E. Hunter , Tim S. Truit

발행기관 : 한국상담학회 간행물 : Journal of Asia Pacific counseling 11권 2호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 91-107 (17 pages)

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The purpose of this study was to connect achievement motivational variables delineated in expectancy-value (E-V) theory and the dimensions reflected in the factor structure of the 12 items that measure attitudes toward mathematics included in 2007 TIMSS Eighth Grade Student Questionnaire, in order to suggest ways to use the 12 items in a psychometrically and theoretically sound manner. The sample was drawn from the 2007 national TIMSS database and was split into an exploratory and a validation sample. A three-factor solution with oblique rotation from the exploratory sample was deemed to be the best internal structure for the 12-item scores, which accounted for approximately 65% of the total variance. A confirmatory factor analysis from the validation sample indicated that the fit of the three-factor model to the data was adequate, χ2 (54) = 827.960, p < .01; NFI = .955; CFI = .958; RMSEA = .064. These findings suggest that, with relative confidence, researchers can use the 12 items to generate three mathematics attitude variables that are aligned with E-V theory: mathematics confidence, intrinsic valuing, and extrinsic valuing. Implications for school counselors and educators are addressed.

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7The Impact of Immigration Status on the Quality of Life Among Asian Indians in the United States of America

저자 : Shama Panjwani , Suneetha B Manyam , Priscilla Rose Prasath

발행기관 : 한국상담학회 간행물 : Journal of Asia Pacific counseling 11권 2호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 109-124 (16 pages)

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The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of various immigration statuses on the quality of life among Asian Indians in the United States. The 73 Asian Indians, born in India and residing in the U.S., who participated in the survey study, reported experiencing varied levels of quality of life depending on their immigration status. Mental health counselors working with immigrants, in particular, Asian Indian clients, will benefit from the findings that highlight the need for heightened awareness of immigration-related policies and its impact on their clients' immigration statuses, mental health and overall acculturation process.

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