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Relationship with Stress from University Entrance Competitions, Self Esteem, Coping Strategy of High School Students in Korea

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2010, 6(3), pp.223-241
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

劉婧 1 김봄메 2 신형섭 3 정주영 3 Namhee Choi 4

1수원대학교
2연세대학교
3한영외국어고등학교
4서울여자간호대학

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ABSTRACT

To investigate the amount of stress that Korean high school students for university entrance competitions. The data was collected from 200 students at H high school in Seoul using questionnaires including the following : IES-R(Impact of Event of Scale - Revised), CES-D (Center for Epidemiologic Studies - Depression), BAI (Beck Anxiety Inventory), PCI (Proactive Coping Inventory), SES (Self Esteem Scale). The average of psychological impact, depression, anxiety of university entrance competition was very severe. The results indicated that relationship with psychological impact, depression, anxiety, self esteem, stress coping strategy; positive relationship with self esteem and psychological impact, depression, anxiety; negative relationship with self esteem and proactive coping, relfective coping. We must acknowledge the fact that the amount of stress being received by high school students preparing for university entrance competitions is very severe. There should be active programs in high schools to alleviate this stress if we want to have brighter, healthier high school students in the future.

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