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Effects of Stressors on the Depression of Users of Individual Rehabilitation System : Focusing on the Moderating Effects of Hope

개인회생제도 이용자의 스트레스 요인이 우울에 미치는 영향 : 희망의 조절효과를 중심으로

  • 전병주 (충북대학교 아동복지학과)
  • Received : 2015.05.07
  • Accepted : 2015.07.20
  • Published : 2015.07.28

Abstract

This study used 236 users of individual rehabilitation system in the regions of Daejeon, Sejong, Chungnam and Chungbuk to review the effects that stressors have on the depression. During this process, the moderating effect of the factor, 'perception of hope', was verified. The data were analyzed using PASW Statistics 18.0. Major findings are as follows; First, the depression found in study subjects was higher than average. Second, there was a significant difference in the depression across groups in accordance with age, residential area, education level, social participation. Third, factors affecting the depression were identified to be residential area, social participation, health, economy and family of stressors, hope. Fourth, hope appeared to have a moderating effect in the relation between health, economy, family of stressors and depression. Based on these findings, the study presents practical and integrated measures to deter depression users of individual rehabilitation system.

Keywords

individual rehabilitation;stressor;depression;hope;convergence strategy

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