English Anxiety in post graduate health education students: Phenomenological Study

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  • Ejan Rajbhandari Kathmandu Shiksha Campus

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/sss.v23i1.51935

Keywords:

English, anxiety, phemenology, anxiety causes

Abstract

This article explores the causes of English anxiety and its consequence in postgraduate health education students in Nepal. This study depends on a phenomenological study where knowledge comes from health education experience. Its reality is multiple. This study’s belief system is Interpretivism. The sampling procedure is purposive, and In-depth interviews were done over the telephone with
two health education students. The thematic analysis method was used to analyze the data. This study shows that English anxiety poses an enemy to health education students and it emotionally paralyzes the students as a consequence. The main cause of anxiety of this kind is government schooling and less practice of the English language. Policymakers should implement the English language compulsory to fulfil this gap.

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Author Biography

Ejan Rajbhandari, Kathmandu Shiksha Campus

MPhil Scholar, Graduate School of Education, TU
Faculty Member, Kathmandu Shiksha Campus

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Published

2022-12-31

How to Cite

Rajbhandari, E. (2022). English Anxiety in post graduate health education students: Phenomenological Study. Shiksha Shastra Saurabh, 23(1), 73–79. https://doi.org/10.3126/sss.v23i1.51935

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