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Effects of academic stress factors by non-face-to-face practical lectures on lecture satisfaction during COVID-19
Journal of the Korean Data & Information Science Society 2022;33:427-37
Published online May 31, 2022;  https://doi.org/10.7465/jkdi.2022.33.3.427
© 2022 Korean Data and Information Science Society.

Mi Ock Lee1

1School of Culinary Arts, Youngsan University
Correspondence to: This is supported by 2021 Youngsan University research fund.
1 Professor, School of Culinary Arts, Youngsan University, Busan 48015, Korea. E-mail: smilelee@ysu.ac.kr
Received March 29, 2022; Revised May 1, 2022; Accepted May 7, 2022.
This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0) which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Abstract
This study focuses on whether the academic stress and the related variables had effects on the lecture satisfaction of the culinary major college students practicing non-face-to-face practical lectures during COVID-19. To do this, main effect analysis was performed via linear regression analysis by setting the academic stress and various related factors as independent variables, and the lecture satisfactions as dependent variables. Also, high dimensional interaction effect on the academic stress and various related factors was analyzed using decision tree analysis, which is a nonparametric method. Results were as follows: First, in non-face-to-face practical lectures, independent variables including stress, preparation, sex, and grade dummy variables (grade d2, grade d3, grade d4) showed no meaningful effect on the dependent variable, satisfaction 1, whereas the other independent variables (adjustment, recovery, react problem, preference) showed meaningful effect on the dependent variables. Secondly, independent variables including stress, preparation, sex, and the grade variable ‘grade 2’ showed no meaningful effect on the dependent variable, satisfaction 2, whereas the rest of the independent variables (adjustment, recovery, react problem, preference, grade d3, and grade d4) all showed meaningful effect on the dependent variables.
Keywords : Academic stress, COVID-19, culinary major, lecture satisfaction, non-faceto- face practical lecture.