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3TMR Integrative Nursing  2020, Vol. 4 Issue (2): 50-57    DOI: 10.12032/TMRIN20190602
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Current situation and influencing factors of classroom situation deviant behavior of undergraduate nursing students in colleges of traditional Chinese medicine
Yan-Qiu Huang1, Chang-De Jin2,*()
1Graduate College, Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tianjin, China
2School of Nursing, Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tianjin, China.
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The classroom situation deviant behavior of undergraduate nursing students in colleges of traditional Chinese medicine is moderately upper-level, and the gender, academic ranking, family income (RMB/month), learning involvement and mobile phone dependence were influencing factors.

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Objective: To investigate the current situation and influencing factors of classroom situation deviant behavior of undergraduate nursing students in colleges of traditional Chinese medicine. Methods: Three hundred and eighty-two undergraduate nursing students in Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine were investigated by general situation questionnaire, Classroom Situation Deviation Behavior questionnaire, Utrecht Work Engagement Scale-Student and Mobile phone addiction index scale. Results: The scores of the Classroom Situation Deviation Behavior questionnaire of nursing students were (46.04 ± 14.94). The results of multiple linear regression analysis showed that gender, academic ranking, family income (RMB/month), learning involvement and mobile phone dependence were the influencing factors, accounting for 32.9% of the total variation. Conclusion: The classroom situation deviant behavior of undergraduate nursing students in colleges of traditional Chinese medicine is moderately upper-level. It is suggested that the management departments of colleges should strictly enforce the classroom management system, improve the teaching level of teachers, guide students to develop good learning habits, and constantly stimulate students' learning enthusiasm in order to reduce the occurrence of classroom situation deviation behavior.



Key wordsColleges of traditional Chinese medicine      Nursing students      Classroom situation deviant behavior      Influencing factors     
Published: 24 April 2020
Corresponding Authors: Chang-De Jin   
E-mail: jcd1886@sina.cn
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Yan-Qiu Huang, Chang-De Jin. Current situation and influencing factors of classroom situation deviant behavior of undergraduate nursing students in colleges of traditional Chinese medicine. 3TMR Integrative Nursing, 2020, 4(2): 50-57. doi: 10.12032/TMRIN20190602

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Variable Group n (%)
Gender Female
Male
326 (85.3)
56 (14.7)
Grade Freshman
Sophomore
Juniors
130 (34)
122 (31.9)
130 (34)
Place of residence Rural
City
212 (55.5)
170 (44.5)
Family income (RMB/month) ≤2000
2001 - 3000
3001 - 5000
≥5001
120 (31.4)
80 (20.9)
124 (32.5)
58 (15.2)
Father's highest education Junior middle school and below
High school
Junior College
Bachelor degree and above
180 (47.1)
118 (30.9)
40 (10.5)
44 (11.5)
Mother's highest education Junior middle school and below
High school
Junior College
Bachelor degree and above
220 (57.6)
96 (25.1)
36 (9.4)
30 (7.9)
The one-child Yes
No
118 (30.9)
264 (69.1)
In love Yes
No
128 (33.5)
254 (66.5)
Student cadre Yes
No
134 (35.1)
248 (64.9)
Academic ranking Excellent: The top 10% of the class
Good: Top 11%-30% of the class
General: Class top 31% to 80%
Poor: 6% to 19% after class ranking
Very poor: 5% after class ranking
54 (14.1)
98 (25.7)
202 (52.9)
24 (6.3)
4 (1.0)
Monthly consumption/RMB ≤1000
1001 - 2000
≥2001
202 (52.9)
171 (44.8)
9 (2.4)
Table 1 Characteristics of the participants
Item Dimension MD ± S
Classroom situation deviation behavior Instrumental bias
Extreme bias
Emotional bias
Indifferent bias
13.12 ± 4.10
10.08 ± 4.81
9.48 ± 4.34
13.36 ± 4.69
Utrecht work engagement scale-student Vitality
Dedication
Focus
24.18 ± 4.99
21.26 ± 4.98
24.62 ± 5.87
Mobile phone addiction index Uncontrollability
Withdrawal
Avoidance
Inefficiency
17.68 ± 4.90
9.42 ± 3.60
8.47 ± 2.98
6.66 ± 2.56
Table 2 Score of classroom situation deviation behavior, UWES-S and MPAI
Variable Group MD ± S t/F P
Gender Female
Male
44.49 ± 13.12
55.07 ± 20.75
3.692 < 0.01
Grade Freshman
Sophomore
Juniors
48.49 ± 16.67
43.57 ± 14.81
45.91 ± 12.79
3.946 0.02
Place of residence Rural
City
43.68 ± 12.41
48.99 ± 17.18
-3.384 0.01
Family income (RMB/month) ≤2000
2001 - 3000
3001 - 5000
≥5001
40.77 ± 10.35
46.23 ± 13.69
45.16 ± 13.07
58.58 ± 20.46
21.858 < 0.01
Father's highest education Junior middle school and below
High school
Junior College
Bachelor degree and above
45.21 ± 13.26
46.29 ± 15.24
46.95 ± 14.28
47.95 ± 20.05
0.484 0.693
Mother's highest education Junior middle school and below
High school
Junior College
Bachelor degree and above
43.46 ± 12.31
47.88 ± 16.71
49.61 ± 15.56
54.80 ± 20.58
7.118 < 0.01
The one-child Yes
No
45.92 ± 15.60
46.10 ± 14.66
-0.111 0.912
In love Yes
No
47.59 ± 16.86
45.26 ± 13.84
1.353 0.177
Student cadre Yes
No
44.79 ± 11.62
46.72 ± 16.43
-1.331 0.184
Academic ranking Excellent: The top 10% of the class
Good: Top 11%-30% of the class
General: Class top 31% to 80%
Poor: 6% to 19% after class ranking
Very poor: 5% after class ranking
44.11 ± 14.47
50.12 ± 16.41
43.95 ± 12.35
52.08 ± 24.03
41.50 ± 7.51
4.259 0.02
Monthly consumption/RMB ≤1000
1001 - 2000
≥2001
41.80 ± 11.05
49.91 ± 16.68
67.67 ± 18.66
3.692 < 0.01
Table 3 Comparison the scores of classroom situation deviant behavior among nursing students with different characteristics
Variable B SE b t P
Constant
Gender
Female & male
Academic ranking
Good & very poor monthly monthly consumption/RMB
1000 & 2001
1000 - 2000 & ≥ 2001
Learning involvement
Mobile phone dependence
61.594

-9.005

5.662
-20.407
-15.736
-0.143
0.439
6.279

1.824

1.448
4.203
4.203
0.046
0.058


-0.214

0.166
-0.683
-0.525
-0.137
0.332
9.810

-4.937

3.910
-4.855
-3.744
-3.088
7.571
< 0.01

< 0.01

< 0.01
< 0.01
< 0.01
0.002
< 0.01
Note: R2 =0.339; Adj. R2 =0.329; F = 32.116, P < 0.001
Table 4 Regression analysis of classroom situation deviant behavior
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