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Parents-Adolescent Conflicts and the Ways of Representing the Conflicts (청소년자녀의 부모와의 갈등과 갈등표출방식)

  • 신효식;이경주
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.39 no.1
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    • pp.29-38
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    • 2001
  • This study was done to investigate how different the degrees of the parent-adolescent conflicts and the ways of representing the conflicts were according to the sex. The subjects were 468 high school students. For data analysis, mean, standard deviation, ANOVA, and Duncan-test were used. The main results of this study were as follows; 1. There were significant differences between the sex in the degrees of the parent-adolescent conflicts. 2. The ways of representing the conflicts were found to be argumentative behaviors in boys and discursive behaviors in girths. 3. There were found significantly different according to sex in the ways of representing the conflicts according to the degrees of the parent-adolescent conflicts.

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A study on the characteristics of the conflicts occurred in the rural area development business promotions - Focused on the awareness survey of the subjects participate in regional comprehensive development project - (농촌지역개발사업 추진과정의 갈등특성 연구 - 권역단위종합정비사업 참여 주체 인식조사를 중심으로 -)

  • Shin, Yong-Gyu;Cho, Joong-Hyun
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2018
  • This study aims to offer base line data for efficient conflicts control measures by first, analyzing the current situation of the regional comprehensive development project and second, identifying level, type and cause of the conflicts appeared during the development business promotion. For this purpose, theoretical side of this study establishes a basic frame by reviewing the existing researches in order to analyze the characteristics of the conflicts between the participation subjects in the development business, and the empirical side conducts survey and analysis on the awareness on these conflicts. As a result of the analysis, the survey revealed the followings. First, the respondents were aware of the overall promotions of the business quite positively, second, the conflicts were considered as a major obstacle against the development project promotion just as the other negative factors, third, majority of the responses on the seriousness of the conflicts were neutral which meant that the conflicts could be deepened by situations, fourth, most respondents had positive recognition on the needs of conflict control training and its effectiveness, and last but not least, most respondents of the survey revealed their intentions to take parts in trouble shooting from the conflicts. Based on the results above, we were able to extract several elements to consider preparing the countermeasures for the conflicts. First, specific plan should be arranged and institutionalized in order to control the conflicts between the residents at the initial stage of the development business or even before. Second, the specific plan must lower its threshold for easy participation of the residents in that region and make the residents main body of the conflict control. Third, enhanced conflict control education must be provided to the residents of the region where comprehensive development plan is in progress or being prepared.

The Marital Conflicts and Coping Strategies in the Multicultural Families (다문화가족의 부부갈등과 갈등대처전략)

  • Hong, Sung-Hee
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.149-175
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to find out marital conflicts and coping strategies among married female immigrants and Korean men in multicultural families. The data were collected by in.depth interviews with 12 female immigrants and 5 Korean men. The major findings of this study are as follows: Female participants suffered from marital conflicts with their spouses, conflicts with mothers.in.law, stereotyped gender roles as a wife and a daughter.in.law, economic conflicts, and cultural differences between Korea and their country. In addition, male participants reported conflicts from economic support for their wife's family, gender role differences, and cultural differences. Coping strategies used to deal with the conflicts, such as mutual dedication and understanding their spouse's stance, and developing a compromise for the family's happiness were mentioned. A personal positive nature and attitude helped them to meet the marital conflicts. Supports from their husband, parents.in.law, and society also helped female immigrants to adapt to cultural differences. However, some of them used negative coping strategies which did not reduce conflicts, and resulted in separation and divorce. The coping strategies to deal with the conflicts depended on the participants' personal ability. While female participants who had English language skills took advantage to adapt to Korean society, those who did not have any other natural abilities could develop a definite position in their family and society with their diligence and positive attitude. The results showed that female participants who were supported by their family and society tended to cope successfully with conflicts and also showed that multicultural families' marital adjustment was maintained with their efforts as well as by relationships with their relatives and society.

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An Effect of Cohesion & Adaptability on Role Conflicts of Dual-Earner Couples (맞벌이 부부의 응집 및 적응이 역할갈등에 미치는 영향)

  • 김수연
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.32 no.3
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    • pp.121-134
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    • 1994
  • This study was to examine the factors effecting the role conflicts of dual-earner couples. The sample consisted of 168 husbands and wives living in Pusan. The findings of this study were as follows; 1. Husbands' role conflicts were negatively related to cohesion wives' role conflicts were negatively related to adaptability. 2. Husbands' role conflicts were significantly affected by spouses' support time spent at work cohesion and the youngest child age. 3. Wives' role conflicts were significantly affected by spouses' support adaptability time spent at work and the degree of husbands' support, adaptability time spent at work and the degree of husbands' housework participation.

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Dual-career Couples' Role Expectations Role Conflicts and Marital Satisfactions (맞벌이 부부의 역할기대 및 역할 갈등과 결혼만족도)

  • 김오남
    • Journal of Families and Better Life
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.1-18
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    • 1996
  • The purposes of this article are to find out general trends of dual-career couples' role expectations role conflicts and marital satisfactions and to estimate the differences according to related variables and to analyze the effects of indepedent variables on ole conflicts and marital satisfactions. For these objectives two kinds of questionaire were used and the data were obtained through 169 dual-career couples. The results were as follows; The results were as follows; 1) Dual-career couples' role expectations and marital satisfactions were relatively high but role conflicts were not. Husbands' role expectations were higher than them of wives but wive's role conflicts and marital satisfactions were higher than them of husbands. 2) Dual-career couples' role expectations role conflicts and marital satisfcations were significantly different by communication role related variables and job related variables. 3) Husbands' role conflicts and marital satisfactions were significantly influenced by communication satisfaction and role expectations,. Wives' role conflicts and marital satisfactions were significantly influenced by communication satisfaction husbands' housework aid and role expectations.

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The Causal Relationship of Adolescent's Family Conflicts, Self-concept, and School Adjustment as Health Protection Behavior (청소년이 인지하는 가족내 갈등과 건강보호행동으로서의 자아개념, 학교적응간의 인과관계분석)

  • Park Jae-San;Moon Jae-Woo
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.91-107
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    • 2006
  • Objectives: The school adjustment problems of the adolescence groups become more aggravated and are on the increase. The objective of this study is to identify the causal relationship of intra-family conflicts, self-concept and school adjustment as health protection behavior. Methods: The study setting is the adolescence groups. Data were collected by self-administered questionnaires from the middle and high school students in Seoul. The study sample consisted of 268 students. Structural Equation Modeling(SEM) analysis was conducted to find the causal relationship of intra-family conflicts, self-concept and school adjustment. Results: This study shows that firstly, the total effects of intra-family conflicts have a negative effect on self-concept(path coefficients=-0.080) and school adjustment(path coefficients=-0.107). And the self-concept factor as an intervening variable are affecting positively on school adjustment(path coefficients=0.411). Secondly, the economic conflicts, personaliy conflicts and social activity conflicts of father and mother among various family conflicts are more highly affecting on self-concept and school adjustment(p<0.01) Conclusions: These results imply that first, communication between parents and students is essential to solve the problems of school adjustment. Especially economic conflicts should be solved to improve the self-concept and school adjustment. second, a variety of programs are available for schools to employ in an effort to provide interventions for students who demonstrate school adjustment. Finally, it is necessary for family, school and all the society members to comprehensively cooperate to solve family conflicts and school adjustment.

Generational Conflicts in Korea : Power, Ideological and Cultural Conflicts (한국사회의 세대갈등 : 권력.이념.문화갈등을 중심으로)

  • Park, Jae-Heung
    • Korea journal of population studies
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    • v.33 no.3
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    • pp.75-99
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    • 2010
  • This paper aims to examine the causes and features of current generational conflicts in Korea and to discuss their implications. The data utilized in the study include collective data on presidential and general elections and secondary data obtained from empirical research. The findings are as follows. First, generational power conflicts express itself by struggles among generations concerning the timing of political power transfer. An average age of assemblymen decreases consistently regardless of changes in overriding ideological atmosphere in general - conservative vs. liberal. Second, ideological conflicts among generations were highly intensified around 2002 presidential election, but gradually moderated since 2004 general election. The conflicts might be re-intensified if a set of conditions were satisfied. Third, cultural conflicts between older and younger generations were contrasted around three cultual axes: economic growth with top priority vs. consumerism, collectivism vs. individualism, and authoritarianism vs. post-authoritarianism. To ease strained relations between generations, intergenerational programs were suggested.

The Influence of Conflicts among Members in Hotel Restaurants on Organization Validity (호텔 레스토랑 구성원의 갈등이 조직 유효성에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Hee-Kee
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.13 no.4
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    • pp.279-292
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    • 2007
  • This study was to examine ongoing conflicts between employees and determine the level of conflict management strategies to establish a more effective management in hotel restaurants. The results of this research show, first, conflicts exalted collective organization; the more comflicts, the lower absorption or validity of the organization. Second, the lower increase in personal conflicts, the better the validity of the organization. Therefore, hypotheses in this study can be seen as acceptable. In this study, based on the future management of hotel restaurants, there should be private groups to resolve conflicts through the organizations which can increase the validity of the organizations.

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Work/Family Role Conflicts and Coping Strategies of Employed Wives. (전문직 취업주부의 역할갈등과 갈등대처전략)

  • 이기영;구은영
    • Journal of Families and Better Life
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.99-112
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    • 1992
  • This research was designed to illuminate that work domains and family domains are not separated but interacting spheres and to suggest efficient coping strategies than alleviate work/family role conflicts. The subjects of this study were 395 employed professional wives living in Seoul. Korea. Survey methods were questionnaires. Data analysis strategies were percentile, frequency, one-way-anova and multiple classification analysis. The results were as follows; 1)Employed wives experienced time-based conflicts and strain-based role conflicts. This finding supports the scarcity approach that multiple roles inevitably create strain. 2) Individual, family and work-related variables were predictors of work/family role conflicts. This findings indicate that work domains and family domains cannot be regraded as separated spheres. 3) Employed wives tried to meet all the given roles demands not by reducing role responsibilities, but by increasing the efficiency of role performance. This finding reflects the characteristics of employed wives who try to perform successfully all the responsibilities. 4)The negative correlation of coping strategies and work/family role conflicts suggests that strategies can function effectively in alleviating the work/family role conflicts.

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Extraction of Evaluation Factors on the Conflicts of Interests in Coastal Area

  • Yeo, Ki-Tae;Jeong, Hui-Gyun;Yi, Gi-Chul;Suh, Sang-Hyun;Park, Chang-Ho
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.335-343
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    • 2003
  • Currently serious conflicts of interests are arisen for the use of coastal area in Korea. However, there no mediation program, mediators' consistent policies and reasonable laws to resolve conflict of interests which may be arisen when developing coastal area. The objective of this study is to lay the evaluation criteria for the formalized objective evaluation among disputants of coastal conflicts for the better understanding and characterizing of coastal conflicts in Korea. In order to do so, this study has adopted for the extraction of the evaluation factors to describe the present conditions of conflicts in the selected study area(Sihwa lake), to analyze the problems, and then to explore alternative approaches for resolving the conflicts. As research methodologies, we have depended upon literature review and field survey methods. As field survey methods, we employed structured questionnaires for the various samples from the experts of research institutes, professors, representatives of NGOs and citizens. Survey results suggested that 5 representative elements comprising 35 detailed elements could be identified. Based on these results, this study was able to identify and classify the evaluation factors and help to resolve coastal conflicts in Korea.