THE STUDY OF THE GOSPEL VALUES CHARACTERISTIC AMONG THE STUDENTS, SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE

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สุวรรณี ละออปักษิณ มยุรา นพพรพันธุ์ อัชฌา ชื่นบุญ

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          The objectives of this descriptive research aimed to 1) study the level of the gospel values characteristics of nursing students 2) compare the gospel values characteristics among the students in year 1, 2, 3, 4 and newly graduate students of Saint Louis College. The target groups were the nursing student in year 1-4 from academic year 2016, (483 students) and the 139-year 1 students from academic year 2017, 622 students in total. The research tool was 5 level answer questionnaires to evaluate the gospel values characteristic in 21 aspects through 105 questions. Data collection was done during the last hour of the year end exam. Descriptive statistic and one way ANOVA were used for data analysis. The result of research showed that: 1) the student characteristic were in pretty high level (X = 4.06). The three highest rank characteristics were gratitude, hope and work whereas the simplicity, reflection, and justice characteristic ere the three lowest rank characteristic. 2) Students in different year were .01 statistically difference in the gospel values characteristic and the higher year of students, the gospel values characteristic reduce. Suggestion were: 1) Grouping the 21 aspects of the gospel values into 4 main groups, 2) The college must have a challenging approach to organizing the curriculum and extra curriculum activities. Reflectionsactivity was needed to make understanding and appreciation to the students. 3) It should integrate the gospel values among Christianity Buddhist and Islam, so that students can access the 21 gospel value-based concepts of each person.

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ละออปักษิณส., นพพรพันธุ์ม., & ชื่นบุญอ. (2018). THE STUDY OF THE GOSPEL VALUES CHARACTERISTIC AMONG THE STUDENTS, SAINT LOUIS COLLEGE. Panyapiwat Journal, 10(3), 269-282. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pimjournal/article/view/162504
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