TITLE

Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi Öğrencilerinin Benlik Saygıları ve Atılganlık Düzeylerinin Sosyodemografik Özellikleri Açısından İncelenmesi

AUTHOR(S)
Top, Fadime Üstüner; Kaya, Barış
PUB. DATE
October 2009
SOURCE
Yeni Symposium;2009, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p194
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: This research was conducted to analyze the relation of the nursing students' self esteem, and assertiveness with sociodemographic status. Method: This determining research was conducted on 246 students at the Faculty of Health Sciences in November 2008. As a method of gathering information in the determining research; Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventory [SEI], Rathus Assertiveness Schedule [RAS] and to determine sociographic characteristics of the students, a survey form of 17 questions were used. In the evaluation process of the gathered data; percentage, the T-Test and one way variance analysis were used. Findings: The average SEI points of students was stated as [69.54±14.67] and average RAS points of the students was stated as [25.10±19.69]. In addition, it was found that %54.9 of the students had high self esteem and 76.4% of the students was assertive. With the correlation analysis performed a positive relation between self-esteem and the level of assertiveness was stated [r=0.402, p<0.01]. Discussion and Conclusion: Terms of self-esteem and assertiveness are important for a person's self-development. Therefore, it can be offered that the education system must have the features of keeping the student active, positively affecting the student's self-esteem, and the curriculums must include assertiveness education.
ACCESSION #
48001402

 

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