The Influence of Family Resilience upon the Perception of Family Stress -Focusing on Married Middle aged Men-

가족탄력성이 가족스트레스 인지에 미치는 영향 -기혼 중년남성 중심으로-

  • 이희윤 (중앙대학교 아동청소년학과 가족전공) ;
  • 박정윤 (중앙대학교 가족복지학과) ;
  • 조유현 (중앙대학교 사회복지학부 가족전공)
  • Received : 2013.10.01
  • Accepted : 2013.10.26
  • Published : 2013.11.30

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of the resilience of families of middle-aged married men upon the perception of family stress. The subjects were 301 married men age 40.54 living in Seoul and Gyeonggi Province, Korea. Participants were selected using a purposive sampling method and a convenience sampling method. The data were statistically processed using the SPSS 18.0 program. First, participants who perceived family stress less and had higher family resilience tended to be better educated, have higher average family incomes, have permanent employment, be religious, and have no experience of unemployment. Participants who had low-paying, physical labor-based jobs or who were contract workers perceived family stress more and had lower family resilience. Second, among the variables that affected family resilience, those that most influenced the perceptual extent of family stress were the sense of belief system's family control, having a positive perspective, flexibility with regard to morality, religion, and organizational patterns, connectivity, family resources, communication-oriented mutual cooperative problem-solving, and emotional response. Third, the influence of family resilience upon the perception of family stress measured at 44.2% based on regression analysis and was statistically significant (F=4.606, ***p<.001).