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Audiology and Speech Research 2017;13(4): 295-303.
Published online: October 31, 2017.
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.21848/asr.2017.13.4.295
교육계 재학생의 청력손실과 청각보조장치에 대한 태도
김기선1, 신은영2
1세한대학교 기술교육과
2세한대학교 언어치료청각학과
The Attitudes toward Hearing Loss and Hearing Assistive Devices of Students in Education
Ki-Sun Kim1, Eun-Yeong Shin2
1Department of Technical Education, Sehan University, Yeongam, Korea
2Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, Sehan University, Yeongam, Korea
Correspondence  Eun-Yeong Shin ,Tel: +82-61-469-1483, Fax: +82-61-469-1317, Email: shiney@sehan.ac.kr
Received: August 22, 2017; Revised: October 7, 2017   Accepted: October 17, 2017.  Published online: October 31, 2017.
ABSTRACT
Purpose:
According to various studies on general education and inclusion education, teachers have a negative attitude towards students with hearing loss. This study provides psychometric evaluation results in regards to the attitudes of students in education who will teach inclusion classes for those with hearing loss.
Method:
The 218 students whose major was education related were assessed by using the College Students Attitudes Toward Loss of Hearing Questionnaire designed by Cienkowski & Pimentel. This questionnaire was composed of fifteen questions with respects to the stigma of hearing loss (6 items), knowledge about hearing loss (4 items), views of hearing aid (cochlear implant) wearers (5 items), and evaluated people’s without hearing disabilities attitude toward of hearing loss.
Results:
Cronbach’s alpha were 0.77-0.79; indicating high reliability. The percentages of positive awareness about hearing loss were 46.8- 97.7%; a somewhat high rate. Attitudes of students in education for hearing loss were decided by studying special education and hearing disability.
Conclusion:
It was confirmed that students in education had relatively positive attitudes about those with hearing loss which could lead to a change in awareness depending on whether they study special education or deaf education. Currently, teacher education curriculum is insufficient in regards to the understanding of hearing loss. Therefore, it is necessary to strengthen the participation of various teacher training courses and counseling programs to understand hearing loss, and to have proper cooperation with hearing loss specialists.
Key Words: Hearing loss, Attitudes, Students in education, Inclusion.
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