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The extended social cognitive career theory (SCCT) suggests that career intentions are influenced by person inputs, background contextual affordances, learning experiences, self-efficacy expectations and outcome expectations, as well as satisfaction and well-being in academic and work settings....
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This study introduces data mining methods to accounting education scholarship to explore the relationship between accounting students’ current academic performance (grades), demographic information, pre-university entrance scores and predicted academic performance. It adopts a C4.5...
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