The purpose of this study was to determine attitudes of first year nursing students toward leisure participation at the Jen-Te Junior College of Medicine Nursing and Management in Miao-Li, Taiwan. The three research questions used for this study were: What types of leisure activities do first year nursing students at Jen-Te Junior College participate in?, what are the attitudes of first year nursing students at Jen-Te Junior College toward leisure?, and what is the relationship between leisure attitudes and leisure participation of first year nursing students in Jen-Te Junior College? The grounded theory method was used to generate the research findings. Five categories of students’ attitudes toward leisure emerged: social interaction, learning-seeking, psychological well-being, physical health and self-growth.
Leisure, Leisure Activity, Leisure Attitude, Adolescence, and Need
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Hsieh, S., Spaulding, A., & Riney, M. (2004). A Qualitative Look at Leisure Benefits for Taiwanese Nursing Students. The Qualitative Report, 9(4), 604-629. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol9/iss4/3