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Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)


ISSN  1225-4886 (Print)
Published since 1989
Indexed in SCOPUS, CINAHL, KoreaMed, KoMCI

2005 Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)ALL

Page 3 ~ 11
제목 일 지역 농촌 노인의 사회적 지지에 따른 삶의 질에 관한 연구
Title A Study on Quality of Life according to Social Support of Elderly in the Rural Area
저자 최은희
Author Choi Yeon-Hee
주요어 농촌노인, 사회적 지지, 삶의 질
Keyword Quality of life, Social support, Elderly in the rural area
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Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate quality of life according to social support of elderly in the rural area. Method: The subjects of this study were 199 people aged over 60 who had been living in three rural areas. Date was collected through questionnaires from July 10th, to August 10th, 2003. Result: The most socially supportive people they answered were friends(80.9%), followed by children(74.9%), neighbors(71.9%), siblings(55.8%), spouse(53.3%), in descending order. Mean social support score for spouse was 13.36, for children 13.27, for friends 11.40, for neighbors 10.21, for siblings 10.20. A comparison of the average grade points per items according to the offerers of social support revealed spouse support(13.36 out of 18), children support(13.27), friends support(11.40), neighbor support(10.21), siblings support(10.20). The average of the quality of life score was 132.26 out of 220. A comparison of the average grade points per items within sub-areas of quality of life revealed the highest score of neighbor relationships(4.29 out of 5.00) and the lowest score of economic conditions (2.61) Quality of life scores correlated positively with social support scores(r=.734, p<.001). Variables significantly influencing quality of life were spouse support(36.1%), neighbor support (5.1%), age(2.2%), religion(1.7%). These variables explained 45.1% of the variance in quality of life. Conclusion: Social support for elderly people in rural areas identified this as a greatly effective factor for their quality of life. Therefore, it is necessary to develop health promotion programs connected with social support in order to enhance the quality of elderly people in rural areas.
Page Title Author
3~11 A Study on Quality of Life according to Social Support of Elderly in the Rural Area Choi Yeon-Hee
12~22 A Study on the Quality of Life in Pneumonconiosis Elderly Patient Lee Young Hee, Ko Mi Soon
23~33 Predictors of Bone Mineral Density in Mothers and Their Daughters Kim Myung Hee, Kim In Ju
34~43 Predictors of Allied Health Science Students' Exercise Behavior: An Application of Pender's Health Promotion Model Lee Mi-Ra, Kim Wan-Soo
44~55 Effects of Recreational Therapy on Dementia Behavior, Affection, and Kim Hee-Kyung, Choi Eun-Sook
56~67 Effect of a Telephone Monitoring on Self-management & Symptom Experiences in Patients With Heart Failure Song Eun-Kyeung
68~76 Alcohol Consumption and Cigarette Smoking in Men with Diabetes Mellitus Chung Jeen-Hee, Kim Ok-Soo
77~87 The Effect of Balance Taping Therapy on Pain of the Lower Back Pain Patient Park Kyung-Sook, Ryoo Eon-Na, Choi Mi-Hye
88~99 The Relationship of Individual Characteristics, Perceived Health Status, Body Image, and Health Promoting Behavior in Hospital Nurses Kim So Sun, Park Jeong Sook, Roh Young Sook
100~108 Influencing Predictors of Quality of Life in Burn Patients Park Hyomi, Yoon young Mi
109~118 A Study of Health Behavior According to the Gender Role Identity among University Students Kim Myung-Ae, Nam Seung-Hee
119~127 Relationships of Perceived Health Status, Depression and Quality of Life of Breast Cancer Survivors Chae Young-Ran
128~138 The Effects of Environmental Enrichment Program on Cognitive Function among Institutionalized Elderly So Heeyoung
139~148 Barriers to Smoking Cessation Intervention among Clinical Nurses Shin Sung-Rae, Oh Pok-Ja
149~159 A Study on the Correlation Among Total Serum Cholesterol Level, Blood Pressure, Body Mass Index, and Lifestyle Choi So Young, Ju Young-Hee