JaLCDOI 10.18926/15293
Title Alternative Differences in interpersonal values for three cohorts of new nursing students
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Author Kato, Kumiko| Kondo, Masuko| Tada, Masako| Nagata, Hiroshi|
Abstract 医療短大入学年(1990年,1993年,1996年)において異なるコホートをなす看護学生の対人関係価値を入学直後に自己像と理想のナース像についてKG-SIV(Kikuchi-Gordon Survey of Interpersonal Values)によって測定した。その結果,自己像評定では入学年が進むにつれて「支持」や「独立」の価値を重視する傾向が増大するのに対し,「博愛」の価値は逆に重視されない傾向が見いだされた。また,特に1996年では理想のナース像に対する要求水準が低くなることも明らかになった。この結果を看護学生の社会化過程と関連づけて考察した。
Abstract Alternative KG-SIV (Kikuchi-Gordon Survey of Interpersonal Values) was administered twice to three cohorts of new nursing students admitted to School of Health Sciences, Okayama University, respectively, in 1990, 1993, and 1996. For the first testing, they indicated the values that were important to them, while for the second they indicated those that were important to an ideal nurse they had in their mind. Analyses showed that perceived values of Support and Independence increased while those of Benevolence decreased with the admission years. They also showed a reduced level of aspiration for an ideal nurse, particularly in 1996. Findings were discussed as they were related with a socialization process that nursing students would undertake in prospective nurse training.
Keywords 対人関係価値 (interpersonal values) 看護学生 (nursing students) コホート (cohorts) 社会化 (socialization)
Publication Title 岡山大学医療技術短期大学部紀要
Published Date 1997-01-31
Volume volume7
Issue issue2
Start Page 129
End Page 134
ISSN 0917-4494
language 日本語
File Version publisher
NAID 120002307249