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The Relationships among Happiness, Happiness promotion activities and Self-reflection in the Convergence Society

융복합 사회에서 간호학과 학생의 행복감, 행복감 증진활동 및 자기성찰의 관계

  • Cho, Mee-Kyung (Department of Nursing, Health Institute of Technology)
  • 조미경 (대전보건대학교 간호학과)
  • Received : 2015.05.23
  • Accepted : 2015.07.20
  • Published : 2015.07.28

Abstract

This study was conducted to investigate the relationship of happiness, happiness promoting activities and self-reflection. Need of happiness is as important as right of life and freedom in the convergence society and heating up according to appearance of positive psychology. Subjects were 366 nursing students. Data were collected Oct. 2-8(2014), and analyzed using t-test/ANOVA and correlation by SPSS. Self-reflection showed statistically significant differences according to grade, and experience of practice. Happiness and happiness promotion activities showed statistically significant difference according to economic state. Happiness promotion activities were positively correlated with self-reflection and happiness. The factors affecting happiness were happiness promotion, economic state, and self-reflection which accounted for 26.3%. Repeated research which include various variables of happiness and self-reflection is needed, and suggest qualitative research about happiness.

Keywords

Nursing students;Happiness;Happiness promotion activities;Self-reflection;Convergence society

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 대전보건대학교

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