Survey data about Coronavirus Fear of Chinese college students in school lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic

Published: 21 June 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/yyphmbhjcn.1
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shipeng zhang

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This study aims to understand the fear level of college students in the COVID-19 area after a month of the outbreak. Therefore, a quick survey of 1000 respondents was planned to be completed within one week (December 9-11, 2021). The target respondents are college students from the Chengdu University of traditional Chinese medicine. This cross-sectional online survey adopts a convenient snowball sampling technology. The questionnaire link (questionnaire star) is sent to each class. A total of 1032 students agreed to participate in the research and filled in the online questionnaire. After reviewing the content, 1030 copies were finally determined to be effectively recovered. The tool applied in this questionnaire is the Questionnaire Star (https://www.wjx.cn/), which is the most commonly used online questionnaire filling tool in China. The two reviewers used Epidate to enter data, to avoided data errors caused by personal reasons. The questionnaire consists of two parts:1. Demographic data of participants, including gender, age, education, cost of living, family, professional category, and achievement levels;

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The tool applied in this questionnaire is the Questionnaire Star (https://www.wjx.cn/), which is the most commonly used online questionnaire filling tool in China. The two reviewers(KZ, STW)used Epidate to enter data, to avoided data errors caused by personal reasons. The questionnaire consists of two parts:1. Demographic data of participants, including gender, age, education, cost of living, family, professional category, and achievement levels; SPSS 26.0 software was used for data analyses. Continuous variables with normal distribution were presented as mean ±standard deviation (SD); Non-normal variables were reported as median (interquartile range). Using the T-test of two variables and the ANOVA (analysis of variance) for three or more variables based on demographic variables. The differences in score distribution were compared by calculating the average score of individual questions and the overall average score of each group. The questionnaire was randomly sent to each grade of the designated school, and was filled in and collected in a snowball way.

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Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Categories

Fear, College Student, COVID-19

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