- Volume 14 Issue 12
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Journalists, according to the demographic characteristics of the physical symptoms and emotional exhaustion -Study of Seoul journalists-
언론인의 인구사회학적 특성에 따른 신체적 증상과 정서적 탈진 -서울시 언론인을 중심으로-
- Park, Sang-Young (Department of Education at Dongbang Graduate University) ;
- Cho, Sung-Je (Department of Education at Dongbang Graduate University)
- Received : 2013.11.08
- Accepted : 2013.12.05
- Published : 2013.12.31
The aim of this study was to determine the basis for smooth conduction of business for journalists by identifying the journalists demographic characteristics and the relevance of the physical symptoms and emotional exhaustion. The surveys were carried out from 2013 May 1 to August 31 and the subjects of the surveys were 124 journalists working in the editorial part of 11daily newspaper companies located in Seoul. For data analysis, frequency analysis, factor analysis, and a T-test were performed using the SPSS Win 18.0 program. A p value 0.05 was considered significant. The study showed that there were significant differences in the physical symptoms depending on sex, age, marital status, and rank. In addition, emotional exhaustion was affected by gender, age and Sunday duty cycle etc. The results of this study will provide basic data for preparing a physical and mental health promotion program for journalists by the demographic characteristics.
Daily newspaper;Demographic characteristics;Emotional exhaustion;Journalists;Physical symptoms
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