Entrepreneurship Education For Chinese Disabled College Students In The New Era

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Shen Hengyun , Chen Ruiyang , Hamdan Bin Said , Siti Nisrin Binti Mohd Anis


The study aims to evaluate entrepreneurial education for disabled students in China in the context of the modern era. For this purpose, a quantitative methodology has been adopted for the collection of data and the positivist paradigm with a deductive approach has been used for the purpose of data analysis and guiding the researcher over the different steps involved in the execution of the study. Moreover, purposive sampling has been used for the selection of 150 respondents from 15 disabled colleges located in three different provinces of the country including Fujian, Zhejiang, and Guangdong provinces of China. The collected data has been analyzed using different statistical analysis approaches that include independent t-test, variance analysis, Shapiro-Wilk, and Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests, whereas the dependent variables were derived from the mean score of ATE test. The findings suggest that the provision of modern technologies in disabled education institutions, teaching methodologies, educational level, and business experience has a significant impact on the disabled student’s attitude and inclination toward entrepreneurial education. It has been provided that the modern era has brought about significant facilities and technical assistance tools for disabled students in China to make them capable of improving their learning outcomes. The study suggested some policy implications for the government and management of disabled educational institutions, and also provided recommendations to future researchers to overcome the limitations of this study in the future and reach more informed insight into the subject of this research. 

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