Evaluating entrepreneurship intentions of vocational high scholl pupils based on self efficancy concept
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CitationÇolakoğlu, N., Top, S., Dilek, S. (2012). Evaluating entrepreneurship intentions of vocational high scholl pupils based on self efficancy concept. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 58, 934 – 943.
In this study entrepreneurship intentions of pupils, who are registered in different programmes of Vocational High School, have been measured. Related literature about the entrepreneurship reviewed and questions of the survey are based on self efficacy concept. Our aim is to interpret the future opinions of pupils about entrenepreneurship through self-efficacy. Entrepreneurship lectures have been taught in nature of entrepreneuership and small business management both Faculties and Vocational High Schools in Turkey. The study is applied on the pupils of Business Management, Computer Programming, Cookingand Convenience Food, State and State Management, Hair Care and Beauty programme. We studied the entrepreneurship intentions through programme and pupil profiles. This intentions were benchmarked with theoric hypotheses and some of attractive results were reached.