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Awareness of Emotional Labor of Nursing College Students in Graduation Year

졸업학년 간호대학생의 감정노동에 대한 인식

  • Yeom, Eun-Yi (Department of Nursing, Chungwoon University)
  • Received : 2017.01.19
  • Accepted : 2017.05.12
  • Published : 2017.05.31

Abstract

The aim of this study was to understand and describe the awareness of the emotional labor of nursing college students in a graduation year. The participants were eleven students in nursing colleges. The data were collected from September 5, 2016 to November 25 through in-depth interviews until it was saturated. All interviews were recorded and transcribed as they were spoken. Colaizzi's phenomenological method was used for data analysis. In this study, twenty-one themes, ten theme clusters and five categories were generated. The five categories consisted of 'Confused by irrational circumstances,' 'Skepticism on nursing occupation,' 'Empathy for the nurse's difficult situation,' 'Learning nurses' words and behavior', and 'Preparing for the future.' These results will contribute to the qualitative improvement of nursing practice education by providing the grounds for an effective educational strategy development that manages the emotional labor of Nursing students from clinical practice. In-depth studies on the experience of nursing students' emotional labor and studies on various factors affecting the awareness of emotional labor in nursing students and problems will be required.

Keywords

Awareness;Emotions;Labor;Nursing;Students

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