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||How do student become entrepreneurial in practice? A phenomenological investigation on the Taiwanese file studio student entrepreneurs|
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||In recent years, the practice-based program is considered as an important concept to cultivate students’ entrepreneurship; however, there is no breakthrough in its related effectiveness and related studies that is the current studies have not been able to respond how the practice and entrepreneurship affect students’ learning on earth to change them from students to entrepreneurs.|
According to the entrepreneurial narratives of the students entrepreneurs who are based on practice, this study tries to explore how they adopt commercial action in practice to change their creations into valuable products in the market. In order to describe such entrepreneurial process, this paper chooses a group of student entrepreneurs, who take part in image filming practice in college time and set up image studio after graduation, to carry out study.
This study finds that the students who become entrepreneurs will experience three different levels’ practice learning, including: the creating learning which is generated from integrating practice into daily life during the time in school; the entrepreneurial learning which combines practice and market opportunity; and the learning of manage ability which is generated from the process of running business. Through the three levels’ learning, the students will change from the original students identity into the entrepreneurs identity, and then become entrepreneurs.
||Kao,Ming-rea - chair|
Ted Yu-chung Liu - co-chair
Ching-Fang Lee - co-chair
Jer-San Hu - co-chair
Stephen D. Tsai - advisor
Indicate in-campus at 99 year and off-campus access at 99 year.|
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