Title

Personal and social adjustment of sophomores and junior nursing students SY 2003-2004

Date of Completion

2004

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Social Adjustment, Emotional Adjustment, Nursing Students

Abstract

The descriptive method was used in this study. The respondents were 120 sophomore nursing students of Batch ’06 and 80 junior nursing students of batch ’05 of De La Salle Health Sciences Campus selected using simple random sampling by employing the fishbowl technique. The Bell Adjustment Inventory Questionnaire was used for data gathering. The statistical tests applied were frequency distribution, percentage, chi-square test and Yate’s continuity correction formula. The study concluded that, 1) Under personal adjustment which includes the home adjustment and health adjustment, majority of the sophomores and juniors have good adjustments; 2) Under the social adjustment which includes the aspect of submissiveness and self-assertion, emotionality and hostility, majority of the sophomores and juniors have good adjustments; 3) There was no significant difference in the personal adjustment of the sophomore and junior nursing students; 4) There was no significant difference in the social adjustment of the sophomore and junior nursing students.

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