Proceedings of the 2017 2nd International Seminar on Education Innovation and Economic Management (SEIEM 2017)

Research on Rural Left-behind Children's Evaluation of Social Organization Services--Based on IPA Analysis Model

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Bing Lu
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Available Online December 2017.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/seiem-17.2018.6How to use a DOI?
Keywords
social organization, left-behind children, IPA, degree of satisfaction, degree of cognition
Abstract
Based on 644 questionnaires, this paper adopts the IPA model (Important-Performance Analysis), understands the current conditions of rural left-behind children's degree of satisfaction on various kinds of services provided by social organizations as well as the degree of recognition analyzes the reasons and make suggestions. This is helpful for the social organizations to provide services based on the needs of rural left-behind children and improve the service efficiency. Through the research, we find left-behind children feel satisfied for most services. However, they are less satisfied with services that require higher professional qualifications, which results from the lack of talents, technical support and working capital, such as psychological counseling. And left-behind children think these services are of high importance. So these services are the key improvements of social organizations. The innovation of this paper lies in taking rural left-behind children as the research object and studying the social organization care services from the perspective of left-behind children to provide reference for social organizations to optimize its services.
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