Farm-based Education: A Comparative Study of Romania and Ukraine
Elena-Mirela Samfira (),
Hasan Arslan () and
Viktor Vus ()
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Elena-Mirela Samfira: BUASVM, Timisoara, Romania
Hasan Arslan: COMU, Canakkale, Turkey
Viktor Vus: NULES, Kiev Ukraine
LUMEN Proceedings, 2017, vol. 1, issue 1, 761-771
Farm-based education represents a relatively new concept for educational research domain. There are many countries where farm-based education activities are well organised, and the results are appreciated by both children and adults. The aim of this paper is to present the results of a survey applied to 303 university students from two universities of Romania and Ukraine, related to farm-based education. The students’ majors were Agriculture, Environmental Protection, andAgricultural Management, because they are closely related to farm-based education. As variables were used age, environment, year of study and major. The analysis was realised with a SPSS software, and results show there are no statistically significant differences in age, year of study and environment, between students from Romania and from Ukraine. This aspect of the research may reflect that, though there are two countries with different cultural models, students think in a similar way, maybe as a consequence of globalization. Using ANOVA multiple comparisons, result present that the mean in the students majoring in Environmental protection is significantly different from that of the students majoring in Agricultural Management. The results may reflect the open-mindedness of future specialists in these domains towards farm-based education activities, which encourage learning in children with different behaviours and mentalities.
Keywords: Farm education; agronomy students; majors; cultural differences. Title of Book: Rethinking Social Action. Core Values in Practice (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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