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Moderating Effect of Social Capital in Regards to the Influence that Family Income and Job Status have on the Level of Satisfaction with Family Relationships Among Married Immigrant Women (여성결혼이민자의 가구소득과 직업유무가 가족관계 만족도에 미치는 영향에 대한 사회자본 조절효과 검증)

  • Bae, Kyung-Hee;Kim, Seok-Jun
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.64 no.3
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    • pp.5-27
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the moderating effect of social capital in regards to the influence that family income and job status have on the level of satisfaction with family relationships among married immigrant women. We conducted the second analysis of "2009 National Survey of Multicultural Family State" and used moderated regression analyses. Controlled variables included age, education level, offspring status, and Korean proficiency, while independent factors included family income and job status. Moderating variables of social capital included trust, participation, and network. The results showed that all the demographic variables, as well as family income and job status, had significant influences on married immigrant women's satisfaction with family relationships. In particular, when factors of social capital interacted with family income and job status, the study showed that it had a different influence on the satisfaction with family relationships. Moreover, the moderating effects have been shown to be more certified through its comparison of the increasing and decreasing trends of social capital. This research has been shown to be significant, based upon the findings on moderating effects of social capital in respect to married immigrant women's level of satisfaction with family relations. Practical implications of our results in the context of social welfare were discussed.

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Current Status and Factors Affecting Prenatal Care by Married Immigrant Women (결혼이민여성의 산전관리 실태와 영향요인)

  • Jang, In-Sun;Hwang, Na-Mi;Yoon, Mi-Sun;Park, Seung-Mi
    • Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.326-335
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    • 2010
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify factors affecting prenatal care (PNC) by married immigrant women. Methods: This study was a secondary analysis of "Reproductive Health Status of Married Immigrant Women and Policy Directions in Korea" by the Korea Institute for Health & Social Affairs. The participants were 727 married immigrant women from Asia. Data were analysed using descriptive statistics, $x^2$ test and logistic regression with SPSS 14.0. Results: Of the 727 women interviewed, 91.7% visited prenatal clinic. However, first time for PNC was late and total number of PNC was lower (9.07) than the average of Korean women. Timing and number of PNC in rural area were later and fewer than those in urban area. PNC by these women was significantly lower in those who had lived in Korea longer and for those who the employed. However, PNC was significantly higher in those who attended health education during pregnancy and had not experienced premature delivery. Those who attended health education during pregnancy (OR=2.84, CI=1.49~5.40) or were unemployed (OR=0.51, CI=0.26~0.99) were more likely to have PNC. Conclusion: These findings illustrate the need to strengthen the public information and provide special services to their demands about PNC for married immigrant women.

Improvements of the Relevant Act for Working of the Marriage Immigrants' Family in Korea (결혼이민자 가족의 국내 취업활동 허용을 위한 관련법 개선방안)

  • Cho, Hyun;Ko, Zoonki
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.8
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    • pp.251-263
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    • 2013
  • To explore the device to allow the marriage immigrants' family to take jobs in our country, the social and economic environments that they face are investigated and analyzed through literature survey and field inquiry. The principal motive of the marriage to Korean is economic problem. But their actual economic conditions are inferior, and other legal problems, such as getting jobs and remitting money to their home country, drive them to unstable status. The present hiring policy is applied only to foreign workers with no domestic relations(E-9), hence the marriage immigrants are excluded from the domestic employment. To make institutional devices for giving them the employment opportunity, the modification of the existing laws are proposed. For examples, the 'Act on employment of foreign workers' can be revised to permit immigrant's relatives to get jobs, and 'Immigration control law' can be amended to guarantee legal qualification for taking jobs. It is desirable that the overall control be made by the Prime Minister's Office, and operation as well as surveillance be performed by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family (MGEF) and the Ministry of Employment and Labor (MEL).

The Effect of Marital Interaction on the Marital Instability of Foreign Wives in Gyeongnam (경남지역 여성결혼이민자의 부부 상호작용이 결혼불안정성에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Eun-Kyung
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.28 no.3
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2010
  • This study identifies how marital interaction influences the marital instability of foreign wives. Data for the study were based on a snowball sampling of 101 foreign wives married to Korean husbands in Gyeongnam, Korea. The respondents reported higher levels of perceived spousal support, marital satisfaction, and sexual satisfaction, but reported lower levels of spousal hostility. A hierarchical regression analysis was conducted to identify the variables that affect marital instability. Independent variables included in the study were years married, religion, monthly income, educational level, perceived husband support, sexual satisfaction, marital satisfaction, and perceived husband hostility. While religion, educational level, sexual satisfaction, marital satisfaction, and perceived husband hostility had a strong effects on the marital instability of foreign wives, years of marriage, monthly income, and perceived husband support did not show significant effect on marital instability. Marital satisfaction had the strongest effect on marital instability.

Health Care and Health Status of Immigrant Women Married to Koreans in the Visiting Care Center (방문간호를 받는 결혼이민여성의 건강관리와 건강상태)

  • Yoo, Moon-Sook;Park, Jin-Hee;Oh, Sook-Hee;Kim, Yong-Soon
    • Journal of Korean Academic Society of Home Health Care Nursing
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.75-81
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    • 2008
  • Purpose: We analyzed the health care and health status of immigrant women married to Koreans in our community. Methods: We recruited 204 women who live in S Cityfrom 1st August to 30th September, 2008. A cross-sectional descriptive survey was done using a questionnaire through interviews and physical assessment by visiting nurses. Results: The average age of the subjects was 29.8 and most of them were housewives. Sixteen percent of them obese as measured by BMI. Moreover, most participants (86%) did not exercise at all. Over 13% complained of physical discomfort that was left untreated, and only 50% participated in cancer screening. Conclusions: Young, obese immigrant women require further health care monitoring. Caregivers also should ask about physical discomfort and cancer screenings. However, caregivers should do so in a culturally sensitive manner. In addition, the government should support cancer detection programs for immigrant women.

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The Study on the Facilitating Factors in Early Successful Adjustment of Married Female Immigrants (결혼이민여성의 초기 적응 성공요인에 관한 연구)

  • Yoo, Ka-Hyo;Hong, Sung-Hee;Kim, Sung-Sook
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.95-120
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    • 2008
  • The purpose of this study is to find the factors that facilitate married female immigrants' early adjustment in Korea. For this purpose, 14 immigrated female participants living in Daegu were interviewed in-depth by using an open-ended questionnaire. The major findings are as follows: Through content analysis of participants' responses, three major factors were found to influence successful adjustment of married female immigrants personal factors, familial support and the social support system. Among the personal factors, having a conservative marital attitude, optimism and liking the partner rather than economic concern for the reason of marital decision making are contributing factors to the successful marital adjustment. Above all, familial support, a husband's good personality, care, and active support are the important factors in a foreign wife's adjustment and life satisfaction. Parent-in-law's help and tolerance playa role in a foreign daughter-in-law's successful adjustment. In the social support system, joined activities and the support of mends from the homeland make a contribution to decreasing the sense of isolation and to giving mental well-being for married female immigrants. The center for support of multicultural family gives them the opportunity to meet people from their homelands and to expand the social network.

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