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Verification Effect of Family Resilience Model of married immigrant women

결혼이주여성의 가족 회복력 모형검증

  • Oh, Jaewoo (Dept. of Nursing, Chungbuk Health & Science University) ;
  • Park, Insook (Dept. of Nursing, Chungnam National University)
  • 오재우 (충북보건과학대학교 간호과) ;
  • 박인숙 (충남대학교 간호대학)
  • Received : 2013.03.05
  • Accepted : 2013.05.20
  • Published : 2013.05.31

Abstract

This study was aimed at the married immigrant women and was attempted to provide the basic data of the nursing practice useful in identifying the relationship aspects and the influence of resilience factor and promoting the family adaptation. This study was conducted for the married immigrant women who were located in urban-rural complex area around Daejeon city and in Chungnam region, and the multi-cultural families supporting program of community welfare halls among those who had resided over 1 year in Korea. The data was collected from Feb, 2012 to July, 2012 and in the end, 216 questionnaires were made the subjects of data analysis. For the collected data, frequency analysis, percentage, ANOVA, t-test and correlation analysis were conducted using SPSS, LISREL. The overall index of hypothesis model showed a good congruence like ${\chi}^2$ = .06 (p= .812), df=1, ${\chi}^2$(df)=.06, GFI=1.0, AGFI= 1.0, SRMR=.002, NFI= 1.0, NNFI=1.0, RMSEA=0.000, CN=266. Looking at the results of hypothesis testing suggested by the model, the variables which affected the family adaptation were family stress and parenting stress, while social support, family hardness, problem solving communication, and problem solving coping didn't affect the family adaptation. It is considered that based on the results of this study, nursing intervention which helps the family adaptation of the married immigrant women who are in a crisis situation must be done with a program which can help them have a positive view on the stress situation and reduce the stress happening in the family relationship and parenting.

Keywords

Married immigrant women;Family;Resilience factor