- Volume 2 Issue 1
The purpose of this study is to call on better understanding and having interest in Shepping(1880~1934)'s life and nursing missionary work which are represented in 'Not success, but service' and especially to review the course of her sacrificial life as a nursing missionary during Japanese colonial period. The structure of the contents is as follows: First, the outline of Shepping's missionary life is described. Second, understanding of her nursing missionary work and nursing missionary work is reviewed in detail. Third, future directions of nursing education that puts its core value on human life-respect and is based on principles of loving and serving are provided.
Japanese Colonial Period;Nursing Missionary;Life;Care
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- Yu TJ. Miss Elisabeth Johanna Shepping as a Missionary of the Living Faith. Theology and Society. 2013;27(2):217- 272.
- Choi Yk. The Holistic Mission of Elizabeth J. Shepping, R.N., Southern Presbyterian(PCUS) Woman Missionary in Korea. Korean Journal of Christian Studies. 2012;82:231-261.
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- Yang CS. Happiness that Served Chosun. Seoul: Serving the People; 2012.
- Mrs. Knox, M. B. and Mrs. E. E. Talmage. "Miss E. J. hepping-An Appreciation." The Korea Mission Field, vol. 30, no. 10 (1934), 218-219.
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