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Stress levels and coping actions of Physical handicapped students

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2008, 9(2), pp.25-44
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

Jaekweon Chung 1 이혜숙 2 정미영 3

1우석대학교
2명신대학교
3대구대학교

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ABSTRACT

This research was done to study the actual conditions of stress levels and coping actions of physical handicapped students. The source is from the 136 students in three different high schools and middle schools where there are special educations. The stress scale and stress coping scale were used for the measuring tool. Furthermore the average and standard deviation of stress condition was obtained through sex, process, handicap types, and handicap levels. t-verification was used to get the significance differences. And Stress coping method was obtained with the frequency and percentage resulted from sex, process, handicap type, and handicap level.The conclusions from the research are as follows.First, the physical handicapped students get little stress, but they vary depending on different class. Female students get more stress from personal relationships and confrontations than male students. The physical handicapped students get more stress from confrontations than students with mental paralysis. 1st degree handicaps get more stress than 2nd degree handicaps in confrontations.Second, the method of coping actions for the stresses of handicaps varys depending on the class. For stress coping, male students eat or watch TV/videos, but female students listen to music. In the process, middle and high school students mostly listen to music. For handicap types, handicapped students listen to music while students with paralysis mostly eat or watch TV/videos. As for the handi level, 1st and 2nd degrees listen to music to cope with stress.

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