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Meta-Analysis Study on the Correlation Between School and Domestic Violence (가정폭력과 학교폭력 피해와의 상관관계 메타분석 연구)

  • Go, Eun Joo;Zang, Young Suk;Kim, Ko Eun
    • Korean Journal of Child Education & Care
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2019
  • Objective: This study aims to thoroughly analyze the correlation effect size between domestic violence and school violence by meta-analyzing previous studies on the correlation between school and domestic violence. Methods: For this purpose, meta-analysis was performed on the selected research material, which consists of national research data collected from various databases from 2001 to April, 2019. 16 thesis and 9 papers on the correlation between school and domestic violence were selected. A random effect model analysis based on the homogeneity examination results was performed on the selected data. Results: The results showed, just as Cohen (1977) proposed, that the correlation effect size between domestic and school violence was 0.25, which is moderate. This is a somewhat lower number than the previous studies on the same subject presented. Of the sub-categories of domestic violence, physical violence and psychological violence appeared to have a correlation effect size of 0.34 and 0.28, respectively, with physical violence showing the highest correlation effect size. Of the types of domestic violence, witnessing spouse violence and experiencing neglect appeared to have a moderate correlation size effect of 0.24. All of these results were statistically significant. Conclusion/Implications: This study utilized meta-analysis as a comprehensive and systematic method to analyze the correlation effect between domestic and school violence. The results presented may lead to discussions on the subject's social implications, limits, and propositions for future studies.

Domestic Violence and Human Rights (가정폭력과 인권)

  • Lee, Cheol-Ho
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.360-363
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    • 2006
  • There is a growing social awareness about domestic violence in our society. People came to recognize domestic violence as a social problem as the public began to aware that domestic violence not only reflects social violence but also provides learning place of violence to the child. This thesis started view point of human right. Domestic violence is human right problem on victims and assaulters. First, it is to investigate domestic violence in Korea. Second, it analyzed cause of domestic violence. Third, This study is about 'Special Act for the Punishment of Domestic violence' and 'Act for the Prevention of Domestic violence and the Protection of Victims'. And this study on the several legal problems two special Acts.

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The Effect of Domestic Violence Experience on Adolescents' Violence towards Their Parents and the Mediating Effect of the Internet Addiction (청소년의 가정폭력 경험이 부모폭력에 미치는 영향과 인터넷 중독의 매개효과)

  • Kim, Jae-Yop;Cho, Choon-Bum;Chung, Yun-Kyung
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.60 no.2
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    • pp.29-51
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    • 2008
  • This research investigated the relationship between the domestic violence experience of the adolescents and violence towards their parents, and the mediating effect of internet addiction on the relationship. For this research high school and middle school students in Seoul by purposive sampling method as target sample. As a result, 25.3% among the sample answered that they had used verbal or physical violence towards their parents at least one time during the previous year. The group of abused by parents and the observing marital violence/abused by parents group were related to violence towards their parents significantly. On the verification of the effect of internet addiction as the mediator, the internet addiction variable revealed possessing the partial mediating effect in the abused by parents group and the observing marital violence/abused by parents group. It can be concluded that domestic violence experience influenced adolescents' violence towards their parents directly and also indirectly through the internet addiction.

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Spousal Abuse and Social Class in Korean National Family Violence Survey (한국 가정폭력 실태와 사회계층 변인과의 관계 연구)

  • Kim, Jae-Yop
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.35
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    • pp.133-155
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    • 1998
  • Although there is a little concern about wife beating, the problem is in very serious level in Korean families. The purposes of this study are (l)to estimate the incidence of spousal abuse in Korean families; (2)to examine the influences of social class factors on spousal abuse. The results show that almost lout of 3 husbands in Korean families carried out 1 or more physical violence acts against their wives during the last year and that some social class factors have statistically significant relationship with wife abuse in korean families. The study also found that age, education, and job status are significantly related with minor husband-ta-wife violence and that job status, blue collar husband, is significantly associated with severe husband-ta-wife violence. However, except for job status, no other social factors are associated with severe husband-to-wife violence.

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Co-occurrence of Domestic Violence and Drinking Problem - What is Experiences of Female Victims? - (가정폭력과 음주문제의 동시발생 - 피해여성의 경험은 무엇인가? -)

  • Kim, Ju-Hyun;Jang, Soo-Mi
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.63 no.2
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    • pp.291-317
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    • 2011
  • This study was designed to explore the experiences of female victims who had abused by alcohol-abusing spouse. The results were deducted from in-depth interview with 10 female victims by utilizing Giorgi's phenomenological method. The results of research showed that experiences of women could be classified in three stages. From the lack of understanding stage, "ignorance of drunken violence" had appeared. "Confinement of vicious circle of drunken violence" and "dealing with drunken violence in the community" had been found from the coping stage. Finally, from the resting stage "re-defining of the relationship" had been drawn. Based on these results, the practical and political implications were suggested.

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The Effect of Family Violence Exposure on School Violence: Focusing on Attitude toward School Violence (청소년들의 가정폭력노출경험이 학교폭력가해행동에 미치는 영향: 학교폭력에 대한 태도의 매개효과)

  • Kim, Jae-Yop;Lee, Ji-Hyeon;Chung, Yun-Kung
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Child Welfare
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    • no.26
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    • pp.31-59
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    • 2008
  • This study examine the effects of exposure to family violence on adolescent's school violence toward peers and whether attitude toward school violence mediate in the process to provide theoretical basis for prevention and treatment for the problems of adolescent who exposed to child abuse and interparental violence. Total 1140 adolescent answered were collected from and grade in middle school students to and grade in high school students in Seoul and Kyung-gi. Frequency analysis was done to assess the actual condition of school violence, child abuse, interparental violence, attitude toward school violence. Structural equation modeling was used to examine the effects of exposure to family violence on adolescent's school violence and the mediating role of attitude toward school violence in the process. The results of this study are: (1) exposure of child abuse have strong positive influences on adolescent's school violence, (2) attitude toward school violence mediate family violence and school violence.

A Comparative Study on the Domestic Violence of General Families and Multicultural Families (메타분석을 활용한 국내의 일반가정과 다문화가정의 가정폭력 비교연구)

  • Ko, Eun Joo;Kim, KO EUN;PARK, YEON JU
    • International Area Studies Review
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.293-316
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    • 2014
  • This paper examined a comparative study on the domestic violence of general families and multicultural families using meta analysis. Based on the analysis of one twenty studies of domestic violence as seven studies of social welfare, seven studies of education, and six studies of counseling and psychology, the following results were found. First, domestic violence, effective sample size, have a significantly difference on domestic families and multicultural families. Second, fixed effect model, compared to random effect model, have a significantly difference on the domestic violence of domestic families and multicultural families. Third, domestic violence, relative and cumulative effects, have a significantly difference on domestic families and multicultural families.

Effects of Husbands' Emotional abuse on Wives' Depression: Focusing on the Wives whose Husbands had Completed Batterer Intervention Program (가정폭력 치료프로그램 이수자의 정서적 폭력이 아내의 우울에 미치는 영향)

  • Chung, Yun-Kyung
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.62 no.1
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    • pp.185-209
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    • 2010
  • This study aims to investigate the effect of husbands' emotional abuse on wives' depression and mediating effects of marital adjustment and coping. The subject of this study is wives of men who had completed batterer intervention programs at domestic violence counselling centers. In order to investigate the effect of emotional abuse, among the 116 questionnaires collected by wives the cases in which physical violence was reported were excluded. Ultimately, a total of 77 cases were analyzed using the Partial Least Square method of structural equation model methodology. The key findings from this study are as follows. First, the wives in this study showed a high rate of exposure to emotional abuse by their husbands although the physical violence was gone. Second, emotional abuse by husbands significantly affected depression on their wives. Third, marital adjustment was found to have a mediating effect on the relationship between the emotional abuse and the depression. Fourth, a mediating effect from passive coping was revealed; in particular, avoiding was the most powerful factor explaining the relationship between the emotional abuse and the depression. However, active coping failed to mediate the relationship between the emotional abuse and the depression.

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Impact of Family Violence Victimization on Peer Violence Behavior in Out-of-School Youths : Mediating Effect of Anxiety and Aggression (학교 밖 청소년의 가정폭력피해와 또래폭력가해와의 관계: 불안과 공격성의 매개효과)

  • Choi, Eun-Hee;Whang, Mi-Young
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.17 no.8
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    • pp.597-609
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    • 2017
  • The aim of this study is to identify factors that the victimization by family violence has influence on peer violence perpetration through the mediation of anxiety and aggression in out-of-school youths. Subjects consist of 169 out-of-school youths in Chungbuk and data are analyzed by regression analysis with 18.0 version. The findings of this study are as follows. First, the victimization by family violence has positive influence on peer violence perpetration. Second, when the mediating effect of anxiety and aggression is tested, aggression only plays a mediating role between family violence victimization and peer violence behavior. On the basis of the results, this study suggest that we make efforts such as prompt intervention for out-of-school youths and their's family after school dropout, the reinforcement of family relationship, family function and youth competency, and the transition of social perception regarding out-of-school youths to decrease family and peer violence.

Quantitative EEG Analysis on Emotional characteristics of Children experiencing Domestic Violence (가정폭력을 경험한 피해자녀의 감정 특성에 관한 정량화 뇌파연구)

  • Byun, Youn-Eon;Weon, Hee-Wook
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.18 no.11
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    • pp.166-175
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    • 2017
  • This study examined children from two families exposed to domestic violence and had psychological counseling in July 2017 at KOVA, a support organization for crime victims. The subjects were exposed to family violence in excess of 10 years and was protected by the shelter with their mothers who had filed complaints with the local police. Victims of domestic violence often face difficulty in avoiding the source of aggression, and thus experience repetitive attacks. This research was conducted at the Buddhism Brain Research Facility, Seoul University, to identify and quantify the emotional characteristics of the affected children in which it is difficult to escape from their living conditions. Data was collected by BrainMaster, a 19-channel examination kit, and analyzed by NeuroGuide. As a result of analyzing the emotional characteristics of the affected children through Quantitative EEG and brain topographical map, we found an increase of slow wave and problems with abnormality of Alpha, High Beta in the left and right Frontal area asymmetry.