Autoconcepto en capacidades de comunicación y aprensión: un estudio comparativo de los estudiantes en los nuevos grados del área de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales

Self-concept in communication skills and communication apprehension: a comparative study of students’ profiles at the new business and economics area degrees

Palabras clave: Aprensión comunicativa, Autoconcepto, Autoeficacia, Capacidades de comunicación

Resumen

La comunicación es una capacidad esencial en la profesión contable, como indican los posicionamientos sobre perfil profesional publicados y los resultados de la investigación. Consecuentemente, numerosos programas están incluyendo su desarrollo entre los objetivos académicos, bien como de forma transversal, bien de forma individual en asignaturas específicas. La aprensión comunicativa constituye un factor potencialmente limitativo a estos esfuerzos de desarrollo. Dado que trabajos anteriores indican que los estudiantes de contabilidad tienen niveles de aprensión comunicativa más altos que otros estudiantes, el presente trabajo tiene como objetivo analizar los perfiles de aprensión comunicativa y autoeficacia comunicativa en los nuevos grados

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Jose L. Arquero

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T. Hassall

 


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Arquero, J., Hassall, T., González-González, J. M., & Joyce, J. (2013). Autoconcepto en capacidades de comunicación y aprensión: un estudio comparativo de los estudiantes en los nuevos grados del área de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales. Revista De Contabilidad - Spanish Accounting Review, 16(1), 24-31. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1138-4891(13)70003-7
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