The Effect of External Pressure to the Motivational Level of Nursing Students to Study
People of today’s generation, specifically students are now multi-tasking; they can do several activities at the same time. On the country, there are still factors which affect their performance in their academe and their motivation to study for the reason that despite how intelligent a person is there will always be external pressures which can give a positive or negative result on them. It’s like putting even just one rotten tomato in a basket full of tomatoes which are not rotten; the tomatoes which are not rotten will surely be rotten as well.
If a student has good time management and self-control he/she will not be so pressured in his/her daily obligations especially in school. Proper management of time and other activities will make their daily routine very light and could actually be fulfilling enough. In line with this, they shall be motivated to study well their lectures on nursing; proper time management, having self-discipline will absolutely help them manipulate their life for a best outcome. External pressure such as role conflict, time management issues and peer pressure are normal pressures people will always encounter in their everyday living.
And it is true that these external pressures are difficult to deal with. Besides it is a challenge for you, for every human being on what is the best way to treat these pressures. Statement of the Problem This study aims to investigate the effect of external pressure (role conflict, time management issues, and peer pressure) to the motivation of nursing students to study. Specifically, this research seeks to answer the following questions: 1. What are the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of: 1. 1 Year-level 1. 2 Gender 2.
How does external pressure affecting the motivation of nursing students to study be described in terms of: 2. 1 Role conflict 2. 2 Time management issues 2. 3 Peer pressure 3. Is there a significant relationship between the external pressure and the motivation of the nursing students to study in terms of their: 3. 1 Gender 4. Is there a significant difference between the effects of external pressure experienced to the motivation of nursing student to study in terms of: 3. 1 Role conflict 3. 2 Time management issues 3. 3 Peer Pressure Objectives of the study
To be able to determine the demographic profile of the client 2. To be able to describe the external pressure affecting the motivation of nursing students to study in terms of: Role conflict, Time management issues, and Peer pressure 3. To be able to determine the significant relationship between the external pressure and the motivation of the nursing students to study in terms of their: Year level and age. 4. To be able to determine significant difference between the effects of external pressure experienced to the motivation of nursing student to study in terms of: Role conflict, Time management issues, and Peer pressure.
Significance of the Study The result of the study will merit the following: Students • This study will help the students to be active and develop their interest toward school performance and appreciate their importance of education. Parents • Who are directly concerned with the education of their children considering school performance and motivation to study in different discipline. School Administrator • The result of this study can serve as a baseline data to improve programs for school advancement. Facilitators The results of this study may serve as an eye opener to the new comers of this course. Future Researcher • The result of this study can serve as basis for furthest study on teaching learning activities and student school performance. Scope and Limitation of the Research Study The goal of this research is to recognize the effect of external pressure (role conflict, time management issues, and peer pressure) to the motivation of nursing students to study. The students partaking in this study were limited to 50 nursing students.
The research team concentrated on the significant relationship between the external pressures such as role conflict, time management and peer pressure with motivation of nursing students to execute their best at school works. The researchers also deliberated the description of such influences as it touches on the motivation of nursing students to learning. The researchers believed that the sum of the participating students in this study is an epitome and well enough to assess the validity and reliability of this work.
Roy’s Adaptation model Roy’s adaptation model is a model of our study because it relates to our external pressure as the stimulus which includes role conflict, time management and Peer Pressure. Nightingale’s Environmental Theory External Factors With regard to a nurse’s responsibilities of patient care, Nightingale defined a set of external factors in the patient’s environment that must be controlled: fresh air, clean water, adequate food supplies, drainage, cleanliness and sunlight. The omission of any of these factors can retard, if not impede, the recovery process. Additional Factors
Given that hospitals during the late 1800s were crowded and unsanitary, Nightingale also emphasized the need for a calm, noise-free and warm environment for patients. She put forth that nurses should not only record the times of meals but also assess the effects of the diet on the patient. Scientific and Religious Connection Nightingale accepted the miasma theory, which explained the spread of disease through noxious airs. She held that miasmatic disease came from God, and therefore humankind should observe the causes of it. In maintaining good hygiene and configuring a patient’s surroundings, nurses could progress on a spiritual plane.
Neuman’s System model Figure 2: Neuman’s System model Each concentric circle or layer is made up of the five variable areas which are considered and occur simultaneously in each client concentric circles. These are: • Physiological – refers of bodily structure and function. • Psychological – refers to mental processes, functioning and emotions. • Sociocultural – refers to relationships; and social/cultural functions and activities. • Spiritual – refers to the influence of spiritual beliefs. • Developmental – refers to life’s developmental processes. Stressors are capable of producing either a positive or negative effect on the client system.