Gutiérrez, Melchor e-mail(Inicie sesión) , Tomás, José-Manuel e-mail(Inicie sesión) , Alberola, Salvador e-mail(Inicie sesión)

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Gutiérrez, Melchor e-mail(Inicie sesión)
Tomás, José-Manuel e-mail(Inicie sesión)
Alberola, Salvador e-mail(Inicie sesión)

Resumen

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El objetivo es analizar la influencia del compromiso académico sobre la satisfacción de los estudiantes universitarios con su facultad, a partir del apoyo a la autonomía por el profesorado. Se administran escalas de Apoyo a la Autonomía, Compromiso Académico y Satisfacción con la Facultad, a 870 estudiantes universitarios dominicanos (50.6% hombres, 49.4% mujeres). Se aplican Análisis Factoriales Confirmatorios y Modelos de Ecuaciones Estructurales. Los resultados reflejan la influencia del apoyo a la autonomía por los profesores sobre la satisfacción con la facultad a través del compromiso académico, así como el efecto directo de la percepción de apoyo a la autonomía por los profesores sobre la satisfacción de los estudiantes universitarios con su centro educativo.

Palabras clave

Motivación, Logro académico, Educación superior, República Dominicana

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Melchor Gutiérrez, Universidad de Valencia. Av. Blasco Ibáñez, 21

46010 Valencia

José-Manuel Tomás, Universidad de Valencia. Av, Blasco Ibáñez, 21

46010 Valencia

Salvador Alberola, Universidad de Valencia. Av. Blasco Ibáñez, 21

46010 Valencia