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간호대학생의 학년별 태도변화에 관한 연구

Other Titles
 (A) study on gradual attitude change college of nursing students 
Authors
 한정석 
Issue Date
1972
Description
사회교육행정/석사
Abstract
[한글] 今日에 이르러서 看護職은 하나의 獨自的이고 바람직한 專門職으로서 女性社會에 있어서 환영받는 分野가 되었다. 오늘날의 看護의 理念은 전인간호 (全人看護)를 하는데 있다. 따라서 看護員 自身도 全人格的인 전문인이어야 한다. 專門職 看護員을 養成하는 敎育도 全人敎育 過程은 全人看護를 할 수 있는 能力과 높은 水準의 人間으로 敎育하는 것을 目標로 하고 있으며 그 敎育이 巨視的으로 目的에 부응할 수 있도록 看護大學 在學生들의 態度, 能力, 適性 및 興味등 총채적인 관찰을 하여 거 기에서 發見되는 變化에 맞는 敎育 즉, 個人的인 意味를 갖는 全人的인 敎育이 되도록 人間的 環境이 잘 이루어져야 한다. 硏究의 目的 1. 全人的 看護敎育 過程에 있어서 앞으로 專門職 看護員이 될 學生들의 看護學에 대한 理解程度와 滿足度를 알아보고 2. 看護學을 택한 學生들이 選擇후에 있어서 야기되는 態度變化에서 오는 共通点과 方向을 알아 봄으로서 앞으로 看護學의 段階的 發展을 爲하여 效率的 方案을 模索하고, 또한 必要한 試案을 提供하려는 것이 硏究의 目的이다. 實險方法 1. 對象者: 서울市內 所在하고 있는 看護大學 過程의 2校와 2.4學年 各 40명씩 全體 160名이었다. 2. 使用道具: 家庭環境診斷 檢査紙와 本硏究者가 作成한 質問紙를 査用하였다. 3. 處理方法: 統計的 方法을 使用하였다. 結果 1. 看護學科 被敎育者들이 社會生活에서의 自身을 가지고 看護學科를 選擇하고 있다는 点 2. 被敎育者들의 大學生活을 內容은 매우 건전하나 敎育施設과 指導者들 (교수) 의 不足등을 指摘한 点 3. 被敎育者들의 所여한 敎育環境에 따른 差異가 있다는 것 4. 價値指向性 ?結力, 心理的 過程은 한정된 本硏究에 있어서 피택된 學校別로 차이가 나타났다. A STUDY ON GRADUAL ATTITUDE CHANGE COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS HAN, Jung Suk Major in Educational Administration, The Graduate School of Education, Yonsei University INTRODUCTION Nursing as a profession is getting wide acceptance today, especially among independent-minded women with necessary physical, mental and academic qualifications. This is particularly true of "comprehensive nursing", which requires total dedication on the part of the nurse herself -- physical, mental and socio-cultural. Such comprehensive approach is likewise called for in the institutional training of professional nurses. Undergraduate nursing courses nowadays place an increasing emphasis on the microscopic approach of training a nurse as an intelligent and well-balanced human being with an optimum degree of cultural sophistication. Greater attention then ever before is now paid to close observation of the individual traits and aptitude of nursing students, so as to permit full development of individual capabilities, interests and propensities within the concept of "comprehensive human education". PURPOSE OF STUDY 1. To determine the degree of understanding on the part of nursing students of the various aspects of the subjects taught in undergraduate nursing courses. 2. To determine the motivation of nursing students in choosing the profession and possible subsequent change or shift of attitude and outlook in the course of undergraduate studies, as a means of presenting a new practical approach in nursing training based on the concept of "comprehensive human education". PROBLEMS OF STUDY 1. The environments of nursing training will impinge on individual nursing students with different psychological impacts from lower to upper classes of undergraduate study. 2. educational environments will have varying psychological impacts on students: a. Difference in religious faith among students. b. Difference in campus environments. c. Difference in domestic (family) circumstances. d. Difference in innate capabilities of students. 3. The understanding and attitude of individual nursing students towards the science of nursing will have a close correlation with their respective motivations in choosing nursing as a profession, and will also be closely influenced by the peculiarities of the subjects taught, the campus environments, etc. DELIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY 1. Two universities offering 4-year nursing courses were selected. Due to the limited number of potential subjects, the optimum conditions of sample collection could not be fulfilled. 2. Subjects were confined to two classes in each university(sophomores and seniors), but without regard to the ages or scholastic achievements of individual students. 3. The conclusions derived from this study should be limited in application to the subject groups covered by the present study; they should not in any event be extended or applied to other groups. PROCEDURES 1. Subjects: 40 nursing students each from the sophomore and senior classes of the "Y" and "K" universities situated in Seoul, aggregating 160 students altogether. 2. Instruments: Use has been made of questionnaires on (1) family backgrounds and (2) General information concerning Nursing. 3. Statistical Method: The findings of the present survey have been subjected to critical analysis as to the means, percentages, Chi squares(X**2), Standard deviations and the significance of the difference in means. FINDINGS 1. Nursing students have chosen their subject of study with a confident outlook towards their future in society. 2. Nursing students have the necessary abilities to complete the prescribed courses of study. 3. The campus life of nursing students has been judged as very constructive, notwithstanding certain inadequacies in the available educational facilities and the shortages of teaching staff. 4. The achievement levels of nursing trainees varied greatly according to their respective educational environments as well as their school years. 5. Clear and definite distinctions were discernible between the two universities as regards certain aspects of this survey, while no significant difference was observed in others: a. sophomores and seniors in both universities gave nearly identical answers to questions concerning (1) motivation in choosing nursing as a profession, and (2) the way of spending leisure hours. b. Both universities revealed similar respective differences between sophomores and seniors as regards the abilities of fulfilling academic requirements in the basic subjects. c. Educational environments have been found to be somewhat superior in the "Y" university to those of the "K" university, particularly as regards general campus and dormitory conditions. d. The high degree of dissatisfaction with the faculty, found in both universities, was considered to be a consequence of the universal phenomenon of "brain drain" and the relative neglect of the "comprehensive approach" in education .
[영문] Nursing as a profession is getting wide acceptance today, especially among independent-minded women with necessary physical, mental and academic qualifications. This is particularly true of "comprehensive nursing", which requires total dedication on the part of the nurse herself -- physical, mental and socio-cultural. Such comprehensive approach is likewise called for in the institutional training of professional nurses. Undergraduate nursing courses nowadays place an increasing emphasis on the microscopic approach of training a nurse as an intelligent and well-balanced human being with an optimum degree of cultural sophistication. Greater attention then ever before is now paid to close observation of the individual traits and aptitude of nursing students, so as to permit full development of individual capabilities, interests and propensities within the concept of "comprehensive human education". PURPOSE OF STUDY 1. To determine the degree of understanding on the part of nursing students of the various aspects of the subjects taught in undergraduate nursing courses. 2. To determine the motivation of nursing students in choosing the profession and possible subsequent change or shift of attitude and outlook in the course of undergraduate studies, as a means of presenting a new practical approach in nursing training based on the concept of "comprehensive human education". PROBLEMS OF STUDY 1. The environments of nursing training will impinge on individual nursing students with different psychological impacts from lower to upper classes of undergraduate study. 2. educational environments will have varying psychological impacts on students: a. Difference in religious faith among students. b. Difference in campus environments. c. Difference in domestic (family) circumstances. d. Difference in innate capabilities of students. 3. The understanding and attitude of individual nursing students towards the science of nursing will have a close correlation with their respective motivations in choosing nursing as a profession, and will also be closely influenced by the peculiarities of the subjects taught, the campus environments, etc. DELIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY 1. Two universities offering 4-year nursing courses were selected. Due to the limited number of potential subjects, the optimum conditions of sample collection could not be fulfilled. 2. Subjects were confined to two classes in each university(sophomores and seniors), but without regard to the ages or scholastic achievements of individual students. 3. The conclusions derived from this study should be limited in application to the subject groups covered by the present study; they should not in any event be extended or applied to other groups. PROCEDURES 1. Subjects: 40 nursing students each from the sophomore and senior classes of the "Y" and "K" universities situated in Seoul, aggregating 160 students altogether. 2. Instruments: Use has been made of questionnaires on (1) family backgrounds and (2) General information concerning Nursing. 3. Statistical Method: The findings of the present survey have been subjected to critical analysis as to the means, percentages, Chi squares(X**2), Standard deviations and the significance of the difference in means. FINDINGS 1. Nursing students have chosen their subject of study with a confident outlook towards their future in society. 2. Nursing students have the necessary abilities to complete the prescribed courses of study. 3. The campus life of nursing students has been judged as very constructive, notwithstanding certain inadequacies in the available educational facilities and the shortages of teaching staff. 4. The achievement levels of nursing trainees varied greatly according to their respective educational environments as well as their school years. 5. Clear and definite distinctions were discernible between the two universities as regards certain aspects of this survey, while no significant difference was observed in others: a. sophomores and seniors in both universities gave nearly identical answers to questions concerning (1) motivation in choosing nursing as a profession, and (2) the way of spending leisure hours. b. Both universities revealed similar respective differences between sophomores and seniors as regards the abilities of fulfilling academic requirements in the basic subjects. c. Educational environments have been found to be somewhat superior in the "Y" university to those of the "K" university, particularly as regards general campus and dormitory conditions. d. The high degree of dissatisfaction with the faculty, found in both universities, was considered to be a consequence of the universal phenomenon of "brain drain" and the relative neglect of the "comprehensive approach" in education.
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