The Subjectivity for Open Adoption of Nursing Students

AUTHORS

Sunyoung Jang,Dept. of Nursing, Hanseo University, 46 Hanseo1 Ro, Haemi-myun, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, 369-709, Korea

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to identify the subjectivity of open adoption perceived by nursing students, describe the characteristics of each type and understand the typology about open adoption. Q methodology was applied for this study. 44 statements about open adoption were requested to classify targeting 25 students in 3rd and 4th grades who were practicing in A College Nursing Department. Collected data were analyzed using QUANL PC program. The results of this study showed that the perception about open adoption by nursing students is classified into 3 factors. The subjective types are ‘social supportive’, ‘positive’, and ‘crisis coping’. This study provided the basic data on the perception and education about the open adoption of the nurses in the clinical practice.

 

KEYWORDS

Open, Adoption, Nursing, Student, Subjectivity, Q methodology

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CITATION

  • APA:
    Jang,S.(2018). The Subjectivity for Open Adoption of Nursing Students. International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, 3(1), 57-62. 10.21742/IJANER.2018.3.1.10
  • Harvard:
    Jang,S.(2018). "The Subjectivity for Open Adoption of Nursing Students". International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, 3(1), pp.57-62. doi:10.21742/IJANER.2018.3.1.10
  • IEEE:
    [1] S.Jang, "The Subjectivity for Open Adoption of Nursing Students". International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, vol.3, no.1, pp.57-62, May. 2018
  • MLA:
    Jang Sunyoung. "The Subjectivity for Open Adoption of Nursing Students". International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, vol.3, no.1, May. 2018, pp.57-62, doi:10.21742/IJANER.2018.3.1.10

ISSUE INFO

  • Volume 3, No. 1, 2018
  • ISSN(p):2207-3981
  • ISSN(e):2207-3159
  • Published:May. 2018

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