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An alternative study on Intervention of "Family Welfare Specialist" on the Domestic Violence Law (가정폭력방지법상 '가정복지사'의 개입에 관한 대안적 연구)

  • 박옥임;유숙영
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.201-210
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    • 2001
  • The purpose of this dissertation is to examine role and license of family welfare specialist and suggest in the occurrence of domestic violence crime family welfare specialist compulsory intervention rules legislate in the Domestic Violence Law. As for the methodology of the study, by a plan of the role and intervention of family welfare specialist on the Domestic Violence Law. First, role and its license of family welfare specialist, second, intervention for domestic violence defense of family welfare specialist system, third, for support legislation of family welfare specialist on the Domestic Violence Law. Namely, family welfare specialist of role in a report obligation of domestic violence accident, family welfare specialist of intervention in an emergency aid process of police, family welfare specialist of intervention in decision process of a court, family welfare specialist of intervention in the nation obligation in regard to domestic violence accident, family welfare specialist of intervention in the domestic violence counselling center. Finally, for the successful outcome of the role and intervention of family welfare specialist on the Domestic Violence Law, after all, not only the fulfillment of the condition of the system described above but also changes in peoples understanding are important.

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The Relationship among Domestic Violence, Self-Evaluation, and Teenagers' Deviation (가정폭력 노출경험, 자기평가, 그리고 청소년 비행 간의 관련성)

  • Um, Soon-Ok;Lee, Mee-Ae;Moon, Jae-Woo
    • The Journal of Korean Society for School & Community Health Education
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.117-134
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    • 2010
  • Background & Objectives: Recently, problems such as in-school violence of teenagers, gang fight, habitual drinking, smoking, running away from home and group isolation can be regarded as the most fundamental causes of teenagers' deviation. It is said that such fundamental causes are originated from their home, the base for the psychological and behavioral development. Methods: In this study, the data for 3,188 students studying in the 3rd grade at middle school, which have been obtained from the second year survey for the panel of the 2nd grade students in 2004 by to Korea Youth Panel Survey, have been used for the analysis of the study. Results: According to the result of the study, there seems to be no difference between two genders for differences of average values. Regarding the analysis of correlation coefficients between such related variables as domestic violence, self-control, self-worth, self-trust and family relationship (sociability), and teenagers' deviation, When variables increase, teenagers' deviation decreases. Regarding the relationship between domestic violence and teenagers' deviation, physical violence is more related than lingual violence. The relationship between self-control and teenagers' deviation is the highest. By studying the deviation of teenagers exposed to domestic violence and carrying out the regression analysis, physical violence influences, teenagers' deviation was greater. As self-control, self-worth and family relationship(sociability) increase, teenagers' deviation decreases. Regarding the analytic results of this study, the experience of domestic violence seems to influence teenagers' deviation greatly. Among various types of domestic violence, physical violence is analyzed to influence teenagers' deviation greatly. Self-control, self-worth and family relationship(sociability) increase, teenagers' deviation decreases. Conclusions: In order to prevent teenagers' deviation and decrease the second conviction rate, it is necessary to provide a method of decreasing the domestic violence. It is necessary for schools and local communities to provide social support for teenagers.

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The Influence of Family Functioning on the Exposure of Domestic Violence in Children (가족기능이 자녀의 가정폭력 노출에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Kyeong-Shin;Kim, Jeong-Ran
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.691-699
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between family functioning and family violence. The SPSS 10.0 for Windows was used to analyze data obtained through 1,044 children who live in Gwangju Chonnam area. Major findings are as follows: 1. Wife abuse and child abuse showed significant difference according to family cohesion, family flexibility, and family-system types. 2. In family violence non-experience group, 'balanced family' was found in 36.2% of the sample and 'extreme family' in 7.8%. In family violence experience group, 'balanced family' was found in 12.7% of the sample and 'extreme family' in 15.4%. 3. There were significant negative correlations between family functioning and family violence. Family cohesion and family flexibility had significant negative correlation with wife abuse and child abuse.

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A study on the experience of the victim about spouse who completed domestic violence offender intervention program (배우자의 가해자 교정·치료 프로그램 이수에 대한 피해자의 경험연구)

  • Kang, Jina;Shin, Jiyoung;Lee, Hyunsook;Je, Obok;Cho, Myungsook;Jin, Heekyung
    • 한국가족관계학회지
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.31-50
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    • 2018
  • Objectives: The purpose of this study was to focus on the phenomenon of spouses experienced by offenders after completing the offender intervention program. Method: For this purpose, among the offenders who received the decision of counsel (counseling order) accused by domestic violence, who the other spouse selected case without counseling. After the in - depth interviews with the 9 participants, the collected data were analyzed by Colazzi 's phenomenological study method. Results: Major research findings can be summarized as follows. Category 1 was "Experiences about causes of violence", category 2 was "Experiences with forms of violence", category 3 was "What I wanted about my spouse when I called the police", category 4 was "What I wanted for myself when I reported to the police", category 5 was "the situation of the offender after completing the offender intervention program", category 6 was "what I experienced after completing the offender intervention program" and category 7 was "Experiences for Follow-up consultation needs". Conclusions: Based on the results of the research, counseling for perpetrators who are violent actors needed a therapeutic approach not only to strengthen the temporary punishment but also to help the family recovery on a continuous and sustainable level. Therefore, the implications of policy intervention for domestic violence were suggested.

Married Couples' Perceptions and Attitudes on Domestic Violence Acts (부부의 가정폭력특례법에 대한 인식과 태도)

  • Kim Yea Jung;Kim Deuk Sung
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.22 no.6
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    • pp.177-189
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study is to study the perceptions and attitudes of various married couples(non-violent couples, violent couples, indicted couples) on the Domestic Violence Acts, and collect opinions on the legal treatment of indicted couples, especially on Protection Orders and criminal punishment. The questionnaires included 542 couples residing in Pusan and 50 indicted couples in various major cities of Korea. The major results were as follows: First, couples in general understood well the Domestic Violence Acts, and their history of domestic violence did not affect their knowledge on the Acts. Second, the attitudes of the husbands on Domestic Violence Acts were affected by whether or not they had inflicted violence on their wives. Husbands who have a history domestic violence, but were not arrested and indicted had negative attitudes on the in- tervention of the police. They also did not want to call the police for assistance. However, they showed positive attitudes towards programs aimed at preventing domestic violence. Third, the attitudes of wives on Domestic Violence Acts were not associated with experienced domestic violence. Fourth, indicted couples felt that Protection Orders were necessary and they were willing to follow the Protection Orders set forth by public prosecutors. Victimized wives wanted another form of sentencing rather than a fine, and they wanted to have their opinions heard when their spouse was arrested and when sentencing took place.

The Impact of Domestic-Violence Exposure Experience on Mental Health among Male and Female College Students: - Focused on the Moderating Effects of Social Support Resources - (가정폭력 노출 경험이 남녀 대학생의 정신건강에 미치는 영향 - 사회적 지지 자원의 조절효과를 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Ju-Hee
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.131-149
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    • 2016
  • The aims of this study are to investigate the impact of the experience of exposure to domestic violence(witnessed interparental conjugal violence and child abuse) on mental health among college students, and to explore whether social support acts as a moderator between domestic violence and mental health. Through this process, I intended to provide a reference base to suggest substantial interventions for family welfare by helping students to overcome negative domestic violence exposure experiences and adapt as healthy members of society. To achieve this goal, the study established a conceptual framework by considering the mental health of adolescents with domestic-violence exposure experience as a dependent variable, domestic violence exposure experience (witnessed interparental conjugal violence and child abuse) as an independent variable, and social support as a moderator of the relationship between these two variables. The subjects composed 747 college students in 8 colleges in Seoul. The main summary of this study is as follows: First, according to the analysis of domestic-violence exposure experience, all the subjects of this study had substantial experience of violence at home and witnessed interparental conjugal violence. These students scored 3.83 points in social support, higher than the median of 3, implying that these students had a higher awareness of social support. Moreover, their mental health score was 3.50 points, which is higher than the median of 3, indicating a somewhat positive tendency toward mental health. Second, to explore the moderating effects of social support between child violence experience and mental health, gender, age, financial status, academic-performance, child abuse and social support were input in the first step, and then buffering effects were examined by entering an interaction term to the first step in the second step. There was a significant interaction between social support and mental health. Therefore, social support was identified as having moderating effects on the relationship between child violence and mental health. Third, the analysis of moderating effects of social support between witnessed interparental conjugal violence and mental health revealed that social support had a positive influence on mental health in the first step. By contrast, the interaction term of witnessed interparental conjugal violence and social support showed no significance, indicating no moderating effect of social support in the second step. To sum up, social support served as a moderator for mental health among college students with child abuse experience, but had no moderating effect on witnessed interparental conjugal violence experience.

Physical Violence Between Siblings Among Adolescents (청소년의 형제자매 신체폭력 가해에 대한 연구)

  • Kim, Sung-Hee
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.47-62
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    • 2008
  • This study investigated the experience of physical violence among adolescents and the domestic variables explaining sibling violence. Data were collected from 501 adolescents in 2007 and analyzed using SPSS 16.0. The statistics used for analysis were the T-Test, two-way ANOVA, and regression. Findings indicated that 45% of the sample population had experienced sibling violence and the most common acts were "hit with hand or objects". The violence of parents toward their children, gender, and the frequency of conflict between siblings were associated with sibling violence. From these results, the study proposed that education about sibling violence should be included in social work programs.

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Impacts of Repeated Victimization from Domestic Violence on Depression, and Moderating Effects of Social Support Networks : Focusing on Wives Whose Husbands Participated in the Correction and Rehabilitation Program for Family Violence Perpetrators (아내폭력 재피해 경험이 여성의 우울에 미치는 영향과 사회적 지지관계망의 조절효과 - 가정폭력 행위자 교정.치료프로그램 참여 남성의 아내를 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Jae-Yop;Chung, Yun-Kyung;Lee, Keun-Young
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.46 no.8
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    • pp.85-95
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    • 2008
  • This study examined the revictimization of wives from repeated husband violence and how that affected their depression. It also explored whether social support networks can have moderating effects. Sixty-four wives participated in the research group, 72.3% of whom had experienced repeated verbal violence, and 29.2% experienced repeated physical violence since their husbands participated in the correction and rehabilitation program for family violence perpetrators. Revictimization from repeated husband-to-wife violence was proven to significantly influence wife depression. To moderate the harmful effects of repeated domestic violence on depression, social support networks were observed to provide protective reinforcements. However, the findings of this study did not support the notion that social support networks have moderating effects on wife depression, while a strong negative relationship was established between professional networks of social support networks. Based on these results, the research discussion here advocates for an intervention that promotes psychological health to wives who are exposed to repeated domestic violence.

Parental Physical Violence Toward Adolescents in Family - Focused on individual and family characteristics - (부모의 청소년 자녀에 대한 신체적 폭력실태와 관련요인 - 개인과 가족관련 특성을 중심으로 -)

  • 한경혜;김영희
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.37 no.2
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    • pp.27-40
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    • 1999
  • The purposes of this study are to measure the prevalence of parental violence toward adolescents and to explore the predictors based on a data gathered from a sample of adolescents. A total of 1,451 adolescents attending middle and high school in Seoul and rural area completed a structured questionnaire. The results show that about 32% of the respondents are physically assaulted by their father and/or mother for the past year. A logistic analysis shows that adolescents are more likely to experience parental violence when their parents have frequent marital conflicts and when parents use violence between themselves than the adolescent whose parents have no frequent spousal conflict and no domestic violence. The results also show that the age of adolescents and the changes in the level of academic achievement are significant predictors of adolescents'experience of parental violence. The probability of experiencing parental violence was lowered as age increased. When adolescent had a significant drop in school achievement, the probability of experiencing parental violence increased. Based on these findings, research and policy implications to reduce and prevent the family violence toward adolescents are discussed.

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The study on improvement of support system and experience of immigrated women victims of domestic violence (가정폭력 피해 결혼이민자여성의 경험과 지원체계 개선에 관한 연구)

  • Chang, On-Jeong;Park, Jeong-Yun
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.28 no.6
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    • pp.221-234
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    • 2010
  • This study reviews domestic violence characteristics, violence factors, and violence solving from survey reports, to find ideas that support shelter or counseling centers. The research method is a literal review and interview. The results were as follows : First, immigrant women experienced emotional, physical, sexual and economic violence. Domestic violence factors were individual characteristics of korea husbands, culture gaps, communication problems and attitudes of mother-in-laws. Second, coping attitudes for immigrant women were passiveness and overt patience of violence situations. Third, professional social workers or counselors were lacking. There was no network link between related service agencies; in addition. Service content was limited, was a lack support for independence.