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Korean adolescents' experiences of smoking cessation: A prelude to research with the human becoming perspective

Title
Korean adolescents' experiences of smoking cessation: A prelude to research with the human becoming perspective
Authors
Kim M.S.Shin K.R.Shin S.R.
Ewha Authors
김문실신경림
SCOPUS Author ID
김문실scopusscopus; 신경림scopus
Issue Date
1998
Journal Title
Nursing Science Quarterly
ISSN
0894-3184JCR Link
Citation
vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 105 - 109
Indexed
SCIE; SSCI; SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
Smoking cessation has been identified as an important factor for health and quality of life in Korean society. This article explicates Korean adolescents' experiences of smoking cessation from the perspective of Parse's human becoming theory, as a prelude to conducting research. A nurse was truly present with individual students as they shared their experiences of trying to stop smoking. Interpreted through the principles and concepts of Parse's theory, the experience of quitting smoking is elucidated as a struggle of choosing one's value priorities amid the opportunities and limitations inherent in this decision, while moving with unique patterns of relating. Staying with the commitment to stop smoking is changing one's health and quality of life. The authors briefly discuss the implications of this perspective for nursing practice, and identify struggling to change as a phenomenon for future research. © 1998 Chestnut House Publications.
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