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Comparing the Ethical Knowledge, Ethical Values and Class Satisfaction by Students' Cognitive Style to Develope the Convergent Nursing Ethic Class
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 13, Issue 11,  2015, pp.205-216
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2015.13.11.205
 Title & Authors
Comparing the Ethical Knowledge, Ethical Values and Class Satisfaction by Students' Cognitive Style to Develope the Convergent Nursing Ethic Class
Jeong, Sun-Young; Kim, Chang-Hee;
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 Abstract
The purpose was to compare the ethical knowledge, values and class satisfaction by students' cognitive style to develop the convergent nursing ethic class considering cognitive style. Questionnaires were collected from 149 freshmen after 12 hours classes for four weeks from October 1st to 30th 2013. Group Embedded Figure Test was used as a cognitive style measurement tool. 62.4% of them were field-dependent. There was a significant difference in cognitive style and ethical knowledge according to high school division. The ethical value was different significantly according to the nursing science satisfaction. Class satisfaction was different significantly according to reason for applying to nursing and nursing science satisfaction. There were no significant differences in ethical knowledge and values by cognitive style. Class satisfaction was higher in field-dependent students. This conclusion will give baseline data to develop nursing education program based on cognitive style.
 Keywords
Convergence;Cognitive style;Ethical knowledge;Ethical value;Class satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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