The Effects of Service-Learning on the Civic Attitudes and Self Efficacys of Women University Students in Korea

  • Sook-Young RYU Institute of General Education, Seoul Women’s University, Seoul, Korea
  • Wi-Young SO Mail Sports and Health Care Major, Korea National University of Transportation, Chungju-si, Korea

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Published
2020-01-29
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RYU S-Y, SO W-Y. The Effects of Service-Learning on the Civic Attitudes and Self Efficacys of Women University Students in Korea. Iran J Public Health. 49(2):394-396.
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