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The Effect of Parent Education Program on Parent's Educational Views (부모교육경험이 부모의 자녀교육관에 미치는 영향)

  • 최미경
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.29 no.3
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    • pp.191-207
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    • 1991
  • The present study investigated the parent's educational views according to sex, age, educational level of parent, and social class. The study also examined parent's educational views resulting from participation of parent education and the types of parent education of marital partner. The subjects were consisted of 162 couples(324 persons) whose children were attending elementary school in Seoul. The instrument was "A tools of Parent's Educational Views Measurement". The major findings are: 1. Parent's educational views showed a tendency to be adult oriented rather than child centered regardless of parent's sex and age. However, the higher parent's education and SES are, the more child oriented views are. 2. Mothers who had participated in the specialized parent education were found to be child oriented educational views. 3. The fathers whose wives participated in the specilized parent education showed the child oriented educational views, probably because of mothers' influence on fathers' educational views.

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Policy needs & improvements for single-parent families childcare (한부모가족의 자녀양육에 대한 정책적 요구와 방안 모색)

  • Jang, Myung Sun;Lee, Young-Ho
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.141-163
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    • 2016
  • This study reviews and analyzes the current status and conditions of child-rearing issues related to single-parent families and pinpoints related problems. It undertakes for single-parent families with children in elementary and middle schools to determine limitations that prevent single-parent families from obtaining in existing policies and legislation. The study introduces policy guidelines to ensure childcare for single-parent families. The results are follows. First, the basic policies supporting single-parent families should be broadened to include not only low-income, single-parent families but also higher-income, single-parent families, which would allow all such families to be given first priority at childcare centers. Second, to resolve discrimination and prejudice toward single-parent families, articles about education and single-parent families should be included in the Single-Parent Support Act. Third, substantial and customized support policies tailored to the growth-stages of children are needed. Fourth, programs to improve the relationship between children and single parents should be developed and promoted. Finally, various family types, such as single-father or multi-cultural single-parent families, must be considered.

The Effects of The Parent Brand-Congruity on the Attitude to Expanded Brand (모 브랜드-일치성이 확장브랜드에 대한 태도에 미치는 영향)

  • Kang, Min-Jung;Hwang, Hee-Joong
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.77-89
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    • 2019
  • Purpose - This study presents the relationships between parent brand-self image congruence, parent brand -functional congruity, perceived fit between parent brand and extension product, and consumer's attitude toward extension product using the structural equation model. As for preceding concepts having a direct effect on consumer's attitude toward brand extension, the study focuses on parent brand-self image congruence and parent brand-functional congruity. It also looks at the effect of parent brand-self image congruence and parent brand-functional congruity on the consumer's attitude toward extension product and identifies if the perceived fit between parent brand and extension product is a concept playing a mediating role between parent brand-self image congruence or parent brand-functional congruity and consumer's attitude toward brand extension product. Research design, data, and Methodology - SPSS for Windows 18.0 and AMOS 18.0 were used for data analysis. Then, the Cronbach's α coefficient was obtained using SPSS for Windows 18.0 to measure reliability. In addition, the convergence and discriminative measures of the measured items were statistically verified using AMOS 18.0. Finally, we have validated a path model and a parameter model in which brand personality-self-matched attitude toward brand extension. Results - Studies have shown that the impact of parent brand-self image consistency and parent brand-functional consistency on the attitude of extended products was positive. Perceived fit between parent brand and extension products has been shown to play a role of intermediary between parent brand-self image congruence and consumer attitudes to extended products. However, perceived fit between parent brand and extension products did not play a role as intermediary between the parent brand-functional congruity and the attitude toward the extended product. Finally, in relation to the causal relationship between parent brand-congruity (self image/functionality) and attitudes to extended products. The effect of parent brand-functional coherency on attitudes toward extended products was found to be greater in groups with higher involvement than in those with lower involvement. Conclusions - Although few studies have been done on what variables mediated when parent brand-self image consistency and parent brand-functional coherency affect consumer attitude, this paper is significant in finding whether perceived fitness between the parent brand-congruity and the extension product is mediated.

A Study on the Relationship between the Health Status of High Schoolgirls and the Early Loss of their Parent (조기부모 상실과 건강상태와의 관계)

  • Jung, Jae-Im
    • Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.98-110
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    • 1983
  • Aming to find out any relationship between the health status of high school girls and the early loss of their parent, the Cornell Medical Index (C.M.I) Questionnaire and interview method were used for 314 girls as an experimental group and for 300girls as a control group. The study results showed as follows: 1. A significant difference in the health status between the experimental group and the control group was found in that the C.M.I. score showed higher in the experimental group than in the control group. 2. A significant difference in the health status was found in accordance with the sex of the lost parent, the cause of loss of the substitute for the lost parent, the age of losing parent and the duration of loss of parent in the experimental group. 3. A significant difference in the health status in the experimental group showed according to the three variables in the six variables-the sex of the lost parent, the cause of loss of parent, the substitute for the lost parent, the age of losing parent, the duration of loss of parent and the degree of economic support. The most significant factor toward the health status was shown by the age of losing parent, the sex of lost parent and the cause of loss of parent with the order.

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A study on related factors of parent's participation intention for early childhood secondhand smoke prevention (유아간접흡연 예방에 대한 부모의 참여의도 관련변인 연구)

  • Gwon, Gi-Nam;Min, Ha-Yeoung
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.16 no.6
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    • pp.1097-1105
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    • 2007
  • This study aims to 1) examine the difference of parent's participation intention for early childhood secondhand smoke prevention depending on sex, education level, income level, and smoking or nonsmoking of parent, parent's knowledge and attitude of early childhood secondhand smoke 2) estimate the influence of independent factors on parent's participation intention for early childhood secondhand smoke prevention centering around factors stated previously, and 3) suggest effective strategies to ultimately encourage parent's behavior for early childhood secondhand smoke prevention. A total of 279 parents with four- and five-year-old day care children participated in this study. The following are the main results of this study. First, the higher the level of income parent had, the higher the level of participation intention for early childhood secondhand smoke prevention parent had. Second, nonsmoking parent exhibited higher level of participation intention than smoking parent. Finally, parent's knowledge and attitude of early childhood secondhand smoke had influence on parent's participation intention for early childhood secondhand smoke prevention, but parent's attitude had a high degree of influence on parent's participation intention.

Social Support, Parent-Satisfaction, and Mothers' Parenting Behaviors (사회적 지지 및 부모역할만족도와 어머니의 양육행동)

  • 도현심
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.35 no.6
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    • pp.127-135
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    • 1997
  • The relationships of social support and parent-satisfaction to the mothers' parenting behaviors were examined in a sample of 235 mothers who have preschool-aged children. Mothers completed three kinds of questionnaires such as the perception of the social support, the parent-satisfaction comprised of five subscales, general satisfaction parent-child relationship, support of husband, parent role conflict, and support of child, and the parenting behaviors comprised of two subscales, warmth and control. Social support and parent-satisfaction were found to have significant influence on mothers' warmth. The more social support they perceived and the more parent-satisfaction they had, the warmer they were. But these variables were not significantly related to the mothers' control except two subscales of parent-satisfaction they had, the warmer they were. But these variables were not significantly related to the mothers' control except two subscales of parent-satisfaction, parent-child relationship and parent role conflict. the importance of social support was emphasized for yielding the positive parenting behaviors.

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The Effect of Perceived Parental Bonding on Self-Concept (지각된 부모- 자녀관계가 자녀의 자아개념에 미치는 영향)

  • Moon, Young-Sook;Han, Jin-Sook
    • Korean Parent-Child Health Journal
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    • v.6 no.2
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    • pp.93-102
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    • 2003
  • The study was designed to examine the effect of perceived past parent-child bonding on present parent-child attachment, self-concept. The data collection period was October 6-18, 2003. The subject was college students in university located in Nonsan, Taejon city and 197 surveys were used in the analysis. As for the tools used in this study to assess the perceived past parent - child bonding scale by Parent Bonding Instrument - Korean Version, and present parent-child attachment were measured with the The Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment, and self-concept were measured with Jung, Won Sik's self-concept inventory. For the data processing, the analyses of variance, multiple regression, correlation were carried out. The result of this study is summarized as follows. 1. The examination of the effect of perceived past parent-child bonding on present parent-child attachment showed that significant differences are made by communication, trust, alienation in care, overprotection perceived past parent-child bonding. 2. As for the correlation between perceived past parent-child bonding and child self-concept, a significant correlation is revealed between care, overprotection perceived past parent-child bonding and child self-concept.

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Time Use and Leisure Activity Status Analysis of Single-Parent-Family - Focusing on Living Experience for a Happy Life (한부모가족의 시간사용과 여가활동 실태분석 - 행복한 생활을 위한 생활경험을 중심으로 -)

  • Yoon, So-Young
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.1-18
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    • 2013
  • This study grasps the living condition of Single-Parent-Family, and compares Single-Parent-Family with Dual-Parent-Family to analyze necessary factors to enjoy the happier life. The data from '2009 the Korean Time Use Survey' and '2010 the National Survey of Korean Families(NSKF)' are used for this study. ANOVA, Duncan test, Correlation Analysis(SPSS for windows, Ver. 18.0) are used for statistical method. Here are the results of this study. First, distribution of living-time-usage of the Single-Parent-Family is different from that of Dual-Parent-Family. Second, the difference in the amount of leisure time, time distribution, and the content of activity was observed based on the gender of Single-Parent-Family. Third, there is a difference in family leisure activity time among Dual-Parent-Family, Mother-Single-Parent-Family, and Father-Single-Parent-Family in holidays. Fourth, there is a clear difference between Dual-Parent-Family and Single-Parent-Family, after looking at life satisfaction degree in work-family-leisure life experience.

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The Relation between Adolescent's Attachment on Parent and Self-Concept (청소년기 자녀의 부모에 대한 애착과 자아개념과의 관계에 관한 연구)

  • 정현희
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.85-95
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    • 1993
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between adolescent's attachment on parent and self-concept. The subjects were 271 students in the second grade of the junior high school in Busan. The Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment scale(IPPA) and the Self-Concept test were used for collecting data. For the statistical analysis of data, t-test, F-test, Scheffe test, Pearson correlation and Regression were used. The results were as follows : 1. There were significant differences in attachment according to socio-demographic variables(sex, parent's age, parent's education, parent's job, income). 2. There were significant differences in self-concept according to socio-demographic variables(sex, parent's age, parent's education, parent's job, income). 3. Adolescent's attachment on parent was significantly correlated with adolescent's self-concept.

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Family Relationship Predictors of Parent-Adolescent Conflict: Cross-Cultural Similarities and Differences

  • Bush, Kevin R.;Peterson, Gary W.;Chung, Grace H.
    • Child Studies in Asia-Pacific Contexts
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.49-68
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of the present study was to examine how dimensions of socialization practice and relationship quality may function to manage or increase parent-adolescent conflict. Of particular concern was to examine the comparative efficacy of potential predictors of parent-adolescent conflict across three cultural groups consisting of samples from Mainland China, Russia, and the U.S. as well as across gender-of-parent/gender-of-adolescent dyads from each culture. Findings from a sample of 1,365 adolescents indicated that adolescents' perceptions of parental influences on parent-adolescent conflict differ across cultural groups and gender-of-adolescent. The use of punitive behavior by parents was the strongest and most consistent predictor of parent-adolescent conflict across all cultural groups and gender dyads, suggesting that a general pattern exists for punitiveness to increase parent-adolescent conflict cross-culturally. Perceptions of support, monitoring, conformity to parents, and autonomy from parents influenced parent-adolescent conflict within some of the cultures and selectively for adolescent boys and girls.