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Effects of the Application of Mobile Learning to Criminal Law Education on Learning Attitude and Learning Satisfaction
Yang Li 1  
 
 
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Law School, Minzu University of China, Beijing, CHINA
Online publish date: 2018-05-18
Publish date: 2018-05-18
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2018;14(7):3355–3362
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This article is retracted by request from the corresponding author. Retraction Note: https://doi.org/10.29333/ejmste/105679

ABSTRACT
Changeable technology products have mobile technology be broadly applied to various fields to change people’s behaviors as well as learning styles. The trend of mobile learning would greatly change teachers’ teaching styles and learners’ learning modes. Requirements for legal personnel are not simply in the judicial, units in the society have the requirements for the establishment of relevant legal systems as the rule of law order in society is not simply the responsibility of judges. Criminal law education in colleges therefore should aim to cultivate law profession with mission and justice personality and being able to contribute to the society. Taking a university in Beijing as the research object, 16-week experimental research (3hr per week for total 48 hours) on students of a department of the university is proceeded. The research results show significantly positive effects of 1.mobile learning on learning attitude, 2.learning attitude on learning satisfaction, and 3.mobile learning on learning satisfaction. Suggestions according to the results are proposed, expecting to enhance students’ self-learning efficacy and learning satisfaction through the convenience and immediacy of mobile learning, and more importantly to promote students’ learning attitudes towards law education.
 
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