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Motivating Factors Of Mid-level College Administrators

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dc.contributor.advisor Arminio, Jan L. Koh, Johanna
dc.creator Koh, Johanna 2014-07-29 2014-10-27T19:29:15Z 2014-10-27T19:29:15Z 2014-10-27
dc.description.abstract This case study of mid-level college administrators at George Mason University explores the motivating factors that influence their decision to stay in higher education for over 10 years. This study used a purposeful sample of twelve participants. The three criteria to select participants were: 1) length of service must be at least ten years; 2) expertise must be in student affairs area and 3) must have a master's degree. Data collected were based on individual interviews, which were transcribed, analyzed and coded. The findings indicated that these administrators were motivated through direct contact with students, job satisfaction and career advancement. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.rights Copyright 2014 Johanna Koh en_US
dc.subject motivation en_US
dc.subject job satisfaction en_US
dc.subject mid-level college administrators en_US
dc.subject student affairs en_US
dc.title Motivating Factors Of Mid-level College Administrators en_US
dc.type Thesis en Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies en_US Master's en Interdisciplinary Studies en George Mason University en

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