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Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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Volume 3, Issue 1 - Dec 1985
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Health education in yesterday, today and tomorrow
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 3~7
-A Study on the Effective Use of the Audio-Visual Aids for Teaching in Public Health-
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 8~20
지역사회 주민의 보건의식향상을 위한 보건교육사업
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 21~28
An Analysis on the Contents of the Health Related Articles in the Newspapers. (From the points of view of Health Education)
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 29~42
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the educatconal function of the health related articles. The health articles of the four major daily newspapers from Jan. 1st, 1980 to Dec. 31th, 1984 were used and examined for the study. Editorials were excluded. The major results were summarized as follows: 1. The total number of the health articles subjected to the study in the four major daily newspapers was 4,431. On the whole, the health articles were appeared most frequently in 1981. As for monthly distribution, the health articles were appeared most frequently on June.(9.3%). As for weekly distribution, the health articles were appeared most frequently on wednesday and saturday(50.8%). As for the subjects of content; the health articles related to the health & disease management were appeared most frequently(52.8%), but the health articles on industrial health were showed least frequently(0.6%). 2. Reviewing the chronological trend of the health articles, the frequency of appearance of the public health administration was tended to increase year by year, whereas that of enviornmental health, industrial health and population decrease relatively. As for appealing method, it was observed that the articles providing health information were steadily increasing. As for the motives of writing the health articles, there was a tendency that seasonal motive, symphosium & seminar and compaign were increasing, but motive of legislative action and administrative action were gradually decreasing. As for type of the health articles, it was observed that interpretation and research result were steadily increasing. As for the writer of the health articles, there was a tendency that writing by reporter was increasing, whereas writing by experts was decreasing. As for tone of head, the health articles written by identification statement was tended to increase. As for the appearance of photograph & cut, it was observed that the health articles excluding photograph & cut were increasing. 3. When contents were analyzed by subjects, for the purpose of providing information was used most frequently as appealing method for all subjects. As for the motive of writing, "from the interest of writers" was most frequent. As for the type of articles, interpretation type was most prevalent for the public health administration, enviornmental health, food hygrene & nutrition, population and health behavior, while contribution by experts was most frequent for the health & disease management. As for the size of articles, all subjects except the population were appeared most frequently on the column. size between 100㎠ and 199㎠.
A Study on Self-Concept, Stress and Adaptation Beharior of Junior School Girls
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 43~55
The recent problems of adolescents are leading us to amphasize school mental health program. Therefore, for the first step of that program, this study was attempted to find out the students' daily life stress, their adaptation beharior to resolve that stress, and their self-concept which has an effect on that beharior, to analyze the relationship among those three variables, and to provide basic data which help maintain and promote students' adaptability and mental health. The subjects were 4 classes each grade, 743 students who were chosen as a sample subject among the total of 3,250 students of a junior girls' school in Seoul by stratified sampling method. The Oquestionnair surrey was done from April 1, 1985 to April 6, 1985. The instruments were (1) a part of Junghoon chois' perceptual Orientation Scale for measuring self-perception of students, (2) Rosenberg's Questionnair for measuring students' evaluation of self-esteem, (3) modified Bell's Adoptive Behavior Questionnair, and (4) the Measuring scale for stress developed by the investigator. The collected data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics, x²-test, t-test, ANOVA, and Pearsons' Correlation. The results are summarized as follows: 1. The range of mean score of self-concept, stress, and adaptation beharior is 1-5 respectively. The mean score of self concept was 3.45. The mean score of stress was 2.53, and the degree of stress was in order of the problem of study and grade marks, girl friend, appearance, and relaxation. The subjects preferred effective long-term adaptation method (Mean=2.81) to ineffective short-term adaptation method. (Mean=2.47) 2. The self-concept had the highest degree when students were 1st grade, in good health condition, taking high grade marks, both parents existing, fathers' educational level being above college, and being in high economic status. The degree of stress was significantly high when students were 3rd grade, in poor health condition, having low grade marks, being in poor economic status, and fathers' educational level being under elimentary school. In relation with adaptation method, 1st grade students used more sbort-term and long-term method, and when students had high grade marks, being in high economic status. they used more long-term adaptation behavior. 3. Two Hypotheses of this research were tested: Hypothesis 1. "The higher the students' self-concept is, the more they use long-term adaptation method." was accepted. (r=.2482, p<.01) (t=-4.99, p<.001) Hypothesis 2. "The higher the students' stress is, the more they use short-term adaptation method." was accepted. (r=.2897, p<.01) (t= -7.51, p<.001) In conclusion, a person in charge of school health can help students to adapt effectively by planning and implementing methods which highten their self-concept and lower their stress. But because the correlation among self-concept, stress and adaptation behavior was at a low level, I think that the study, which confirm the relationship of those three variables, is needed.
General Characteristics and Attitude Toward Sex of the Teenage Female Workers
Hong, Moon-SIk ; Suh, Moon-Hee ;
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 56~62
This paper attempts to search demagraphic and socio characteristics of unmarried female workers aged 15-19 years using the data of unmarried female factory workers' survey made by the Korea Institute for Population and Health. Total number of female workers analysed for the study is 250, most of them finished high school(58 percent) or middle school(37 percent). Their average monthly income is 97,000 won and the income is mainly used for self-support, family support and saving for future plan. While 67 percent of the respndents have had experience of association with opposite sex, most of them insisted that purity of female should be kept until marriage As result, sex and population education program for those young female workers should be strengthened in consideration with their age characteristics.
A Study on a past pregnancy experiences of maternity with handicaped children
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 63~73
Ratio of physically and mentally handicapped people among the total population is about 3∼4%. Regardless of the extent of seriousness of handicaps, they have to sustain various difficulties in their life time and pose challenging problems to their homes, community and nation. In the spectrum of their problems, measures such as treatment, rehabilitation and welfare work all occupied important part but most significant measure is the prevention. Such handicaps items from health care of maternal and child, mostly causes throughout the process of pregnancy, delivery and upbringing. And then this study is focused on the pregnant history of the mothers with handicapped children. The objective of this study is to identify the basic factors which can create a handicapped child during pregnancy and is to prevent the birth of such a child. For this study, 301 mothers who have handicapped children were selected, now receiving various training at 5 rehabilitation and educational facilities. And questionnaires distributed to them during the period of Oct, 1983 to Dec, 14. The collected responses have been analized in terms of significant numbers, percentage and metic average. Their related results are as follows: 1. The sexual ratio between the male and female was 58.5% compare 41.5%. The average age of the handicapped children was 10.1 years old and that of mothers at the time of the children's birth was 28.9 old years. They were born as 2.14th in their family, the ratio of antenatal care for pregnant mothers was 36.2% and 22.9% were abnormally delivered. 37.9% out of the total were born from mothers with ages above 35 years and as their first baby. 2. The time of confirming the handicapped nature of children was during babyhood by 97.1% and discovery of these misfortunes were made by chance. As for causes of those-handicapped status 20.9% disease from complication, 15.3% from difficulties experience at the time of delivery, 11.3% from heredity and 10% were results of drug abuse during pregnancy, and 49.8% of the handicapped children were mentally retarded.
2,000년을 향한 약사인력 교육과 장기수급 연구
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 74~90
Study of the Mental Health of High School Students in Rural and Urban Community
Lee, Gil-Ung ;
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 91~97
This study was attempted to evaluate the mental health of high school students in rural and urban community. For the above purpose the Minesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory(MMPI) was conducted for the total 868 students including 213 high school bodys and 209 high school girls in rural community, and 228 high school boys and 218 high school girls in urban community. The results are summarized as follows: 1. Scores of lie, hypochondriasis and social introversion scale were statiatically higher in rural high school boys than urban high school boys, but the scores of psychopathic deviate and hypomania scale were on the contrary. 2. Rural high school girls showed statistically higher scores in depression, paranoia, psychasthenia and schizophrenia scale than urban high school girls did. 3. Scores of validity, correction, hysteria and masculinity-femininity scale were not different between rural and urban community in both of high school boys and high school girls.
Preventive Intervention Approach to Health Education for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion, volume 3, issue 1, 1985, Pages 98~103