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Title: A Study on Nursing Articles on Literature-Based Education in Both the US and UK
Other Titles: 英米における文学を教材とする看護教育に関する文献研究
Authors: Ubukawa, Emiko
Miyazaki, Yoko
Hayashi, Nobuko
Keywords: nursing education
review research
Issue Date: Mar-2013
Publisher: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学
Citation: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学紀要 8,45-63,2013
Abstract: Objectives: The primary aim of this study is to provide a chronological analysis of the use of literature in nursing education journals in both the US and UK. The second aim is to clarify the main goals of using literature in nursing education. This study has the potential to provide a helpful reference to EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teachers who are contemplating introducing literature to the classroom. Methods: An online electronic search of the Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) database was conducted to identify articles related to the use of literature in nursing education. The collected articles were then sorted into three tables as follows : articles in the first table were arranged in chronological order by publication date, name of the primary researcher, article title, journal title, and title of the main literary works ; articles in the second table were arranged in chronological order based on the main goals of literature use ; and articles in the third table were arranged in descending order based on the frequency of articles that shared identical main goals. Results: Our findings are as follows : 1) Literature was introduced into nursing education in the 1960s ; 2) An overwhelmingly large number of articles have been published in the US on the use of literature in nursing education ; 3) The main literary works that were actually used, or that researchers believed could be used, were able to be categorized into five groups related to literary form and four groups related to literary theme ; and 4) The main traits that researchers believed could be reinforced by the use of literature included "self-growth," "critical thinking," "compassion," "empathy," "insight," "cultural competence," and "sensitivity." Conclusions: This study clearly reveals both historical changes and recent trends in the use of literature in nursing education in both the US and UK. This type of study should play an important role in promoting the introduction of literature into the EFL classroom for Japanese nursing students.
目的:本研究が日本の看護教育において文学を教材としたEFL(English as a Foreign Language)の授業への有益な指針となるように,英米における文学を教材とする看護教育に関する文献を時系列に分析し,研究者が文学によって高められると考えた目標を明確にする.方法:CINAHL(Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature)からliterature, nursing, educationをキーワードとして得られた41件の文献を時系列に分析した.結果:1)看護教育における文学導入は,1960年代からである.2)圧倒的に合衆国における研究が多い.3)実際に扱われた,および可能とされた作品は形式別では5グループ,テーマ別では4グループに分類される.4)研究者が文学によって高められると考えた目標は主に,self-growth, critical thinking, understanding of patients, compassion, insight, cultural competence, empathy, ethical knowledge, sensitivity, vicarious experiencesなどである.結論:本研究により,英米における文学を教材とする看護教育についての歴史的変遷や傾向が明確になった.今後,日本の看護学生を対象としたEFLの授業へ文学を導入するための有益な指針としての役割を果たすことが期待される.
Description: 原著
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/7466
ISSN: 1881-0691
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