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The objectives of this study are to understand the subjectivity of industrial accidents perceived by nursing students, to describe the characteristics of each type, and also to understand the categorization of industrial accidents, by applying the Q-methodology. Total 17 fourth-year students who performed the practice in Nursing Department of A university, were asked to classify total 34 statement sentences about industrial accidents. The collected data was analyzed by using the QUANL PC Program. In the results of this study, the nursing students’ perception of industrial accidents was divided into three factors. The types of subjectivity of industrial accidents were ‘social improvement request type’, ‘employer responsibility type’, and ‘cause removal type’. This study has provided the basic data for educating and understanding the nursing students’ perception of industrial accidents in clinical site.
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