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The Awareness and Attitudes Concerning Married Migrant Women: Focused On Students of Health-Related Majors


  • Baekseok University, Nursing department, 76, Munam-ro, Cheonan, Korea


Objectives: To finding the perceptions and attitudes for international marriage immigrant women of students in the department of Health. Methods/Statistical Analysis: For Social demographic factors, gender, grade and religion are included, and for experimental factor, experiences abroad, experiences of contacting international marriage women immigrants, and educational experiences related to multi-culture were investigated. And prejudice for international marriage women immigrants, preference, and concern degree, social distance was investigated. The collected data used the statistical method of descriptive statistic, T-test and ANOVA by using SPSS for Windows Ver. 21.0. Findings: For gender, 55.6% of respondents are women and 44, 4% were men. As for the grade, first grade was the most common grade as 30.2%, 3rd grade was 23.8% and 4th grade was 22.6%. The result of analyzing whether there is a difference in recognition and attitude toward International marriage women immigrants according to socio-demographic characteristics of respondents, it is appeared that they recognize International marriage women immigrants positively in cases of women, upper grades, and having religion. The result of the survey for perception and attitude toward international marriage women immigrants were measured by prejudice, preference, concern degree and social distance. It appeared that the recognition and attitude toward International marriage women immigrants is more positive in cases when one has an experienced abroad, when one is experienced in contacting the International marriage women immigrants and when one has educational experience, than when one doesn’t have those experiences. Improvements/ Applications: The negative perception factors or prejudice of Korean university students decreased with more interaction with and exposure to diverse culture-related education and people of different cultural backgrounds.


Awareness, Attitudes, Married Migrant Women, Students of Health Related Major.

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