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The Influence of Stress of Children on Game Addiction -Focused on Moderating Effect of Family Support- (아동의 스트레스가 게임중독에 미치는 영향 -가족지지의 조절효과를 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Na-Ye
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.209-219
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    • 2015
  • The aim of this study is to identify whether the stress of children has an impact on their game addiction and to verify the moderating effect of family support. The survey was conducted to the children who were 5th and 6th graders in Gwangju and Jeonnam. The responses from 564 subjects contacted subjects were analyzed. In accordance with the verification on the impact game addiction, Children's stress has a impact on their game addiction. In other words, higer stress was related to higer game addiction. The impact family support on their game addiction was analyzed. In accordance with the results, the family support had positive impact on their game addiction. It suggested that higher family support meant lower game addiction. The moderated effect of family support was analyzed. The family support had the control effect to reduce the negative effect of stress of children in to their game addiction. Implication of the study findings is discussed.

Relationship Between Depressive Symptom and Social and Family Support Among the Elderly People in Urban Areas (일부 도시지역 노인들의 우울수준과 사회적지지 및 가족지지와의 관련성)

  • Lim, Hye-Sook;Cho, Young-Chae
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.1721-1731
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    • 2011
  • This study was performed to determine the levels of depression symptoms among community elderlies and to reveal its related factors, specifically aimed at revealing social and family supports. The interviews were performed, during the period from July 1, to August 31, 2010, to 412 elderlies in urban areas. As a results, significantly higher level of depression symptoms was laid on those with lower social supports and family supports(p=0.000), and the subjects' depression was a negative correlation with social and family support. On multiple regression analysis, the level of depression symptoms was influenced by the variables of social and family support, with or without disability of visual acuity, sense of satisfaction in daily life, number of friends, educational level, with or without spouse, activity of hobbies and urinary incontinence. In conclusion, the level of depression symptoms was so complicatedly influenced by variable factors as well as socio-demographic characteristics, health-related behaviors, health status, social support net-work and social activities. Especially, the level of depression symptoms was more influenced by social supports and family supports.

A Study on the Relationship Between the Variables Related to the Health Promoting Behavior of the Elderly (노인의 건강증진행위 관련 변인들 간의 융복합적 연구)

  • Ju, Hyeon-Jeong;Kong, Hee-Kyung
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.243-254
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of helplessness, depression, subjective health status, family support, and social support on health promoting behaviors of elderly people over 65 years old. The subjects of this study were 3 welfare centers in G city and C city, 3 senior citizen center and 225 elderly people in 2 geriatric hospital, and this study was analyzed with descriptive statistics, reliability, correlation, confirmatory factor analysis, fitness test, total effect, direct effect, and indirect effect. The direct effects of variables affecting health promoting behaviors were social support, depression, family support, subjective health status, and helplessness. These variables accounted for 66% of health promoting behaviors. Depression, helplessness had a significant indirect effect on family support and social support, and subjective health status had a significant indirect effect on social support, but didn't have a significant indirect effect on family support. In this paper, we propose a new approach to elderly's health promoting behaviors and it is recommended that an intervention program be developed and applied to on personal situation should be necessary for elder's depression, helplessness and subjective health status.

The Effects of Symptoms of the Dementia Elderly on the Primary Caregivers' Care-Stress: The Expert Support and the Family Support as a Moderator (주부양자가 인지한 치매환자의 증상정도가 케어스트레스에 미치는 영향: 전문가지지 및 가족지지의 보호효과 검증)

  • Kim, Jaeyop;Kwak, Juyeon;Choi, Yoonhee
    • 한국노년학
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    • v.38 no.4
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    • pp.1127-1148
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    • 2018
  • Care-stress among the dementia caregivers has been an important issue. The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of the dementia elderly's symptoms on the primary caregivers'care -stress. In addition, the moderators, the expert support and the family support, were used to examine the moderating effects between the symptoms and the care-stress. The data was obtained at 10 day-care facilities and services in Seoul, Gyeonggi and Busan province in South Korea. A total of 191 participants were analyzed. They were the spouses or the adult children of the dementia elderly who were diagnosed with dementia within five years. This study was conducted in multiple regression analysis. The main findings are as follows. First of all, the symptoms that the dementia elderly show were significantly associated with the primary caregivers' care-stress. Also, the interactive variable with the expert support was statistically significant. However, it was not significant with the family support. This means that only the expert support from doctors, nurses or social workers decreased the caregivers' care-stress. The implications of this study are 1) the necessities of the education that covers the specific symptoms of the dementia patients', 2) the extension of the supportive policies for caregivers' care-stress, 3) the necessities of more allocation of the dementia specialists in the practical settings and cooperative systems among the dementia specialists in various fields, and 4) the enhancement of the family function among families who have a dementia elderly as a family member.

A Path Analysis of Influencing Variables on Quality of Life for Office worker Middle-aged males (직장 중년 남성의 삶의 질의 영향요인 경로분석)

  • Seo, Young-sook;Jeong, Chu-yeong
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.18 no.5
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    • pp.133-140
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    • 2017
  • This study was conducted to determine the casual relationship among family support, social support, workplace spirituality, and quality of life (QOL) for middle-aged, male office workers, as well as the effects of family support, and social support on their QOL with the mediation of workplace spirituality. The participants were 288 middle-aged, male office workers, and the data were collected from 14 October to 30 November, 2016, through questionnaires. The data were analyzed with descriptive statistics and Pearson's correlations using PASW 21.0, while the AMOS 18.0 program was used for structural equation modeling (SEM), and the fitness of the final model was determined using RMSEA .05, GFI .98, AGFI .94 and NFI .96. The results of this study can be summarized as follows. There were correlations between family support, social support, workplace spirituality, and QOL for the middle-aged, male office workers. Second, family support (${\beta}=.60$, p<.001) and social support (${\beta}=.47$, p<.001) had a direct effect on their workplace spirituality. Third, family support had direct (${\beta}=.12$, p=.002) and indirect (${\beta}=.10$, p<.001), while social support also had direct (${\beta}=.12$, p<.001) and indirect (${\beta}=.08$, p<.001) effects on their QOL. The findings also suggested that workplace spirituality had a partial mediating effect between the family support, social support, and QOL of the middle-aged, male office workers.

Relationship among Resilience, family support and health promotion of hospitalized cancer patients in an advanced general hospital (일 상급종합병원에 입원한 암환자의 극복력, 가족지지 및 건강증진행위간의 관계)

  • Lee, Jeong-Ran;Lee, Gyoung-Wan;Chin, Eun-Young;Park, Boc-Nam;Son, Yun
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Oriental Medical Informatics
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    • v.21 no.2
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    • pp.35-45
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    • 2015
  • Purpose: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship among resilience, family support and health promotion of hospitalized cancer patients in an advanced general hospital. Methods: Data were collected from 131 hospitalized cancer patients and analyzed SPSS 18.0 program. Results: Resilience showed significant differences according to gender, education level, occupation, family income, family help. and recurrence. Family support showed significant differences according to education level, occupation, care giver, family help, progress of disease and recurrence. Resilience and family support are positive correlations. Conclusion: It is needed to develop various program including cancer patient and their family for the promoting resilience.

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Effects of Support from Spouse and Family on the Mental Health of Marriage Immigrant Women (결혼이주여성의 배우자지지, 가족지지가 정신건강에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Soon-Ok;Lim, Hyun-Suk;Jeong, Goo-Churl
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.13 no.11
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    • pp.221-235
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    • 2013
  • By identifying the effects of support from spouse and family on the mental health of marriage immigrant women, this study was proposed in obtaining basic data for a mental health intervention program. This study is a descriptive correlation study conducted on 129 marriage immigrant women as subjects. The result of the study showed differences in the following: for anxiety, depending on their country of origin, length of marriage, family structure, marriage structure, visit back home, and Korean language skill; for depression, depending on their spouse's education level, providing financial support for family back home, and Korean language skill; for somatization disorder, depending on their spouses' education level, area of residence, and occupation. Also, anxiety and depression showed a negative correlation with support from spouse and family, and somatization disorder showed a negative correlation with support from family. The main variable for mental health was support from family; for anxiety, the main variables were country of origin, length of marriage, and marriage structure; for somatization disorder, the main variables were spouse's education level, area or residence, and occupation. Based on the results of this study, a variety of mental health programs helpful for immigrant women in adapting to their multi-faceted and complex life in a different culture and nursing interventions for improving support from family would need to be developed.

A Comparison of Perceived Family Support among Patients with Somatoform Disorders, Psychosomatic Disorders and Depressive Disorders (신체형장애, 정신신체장애 및 우울장애 환자들간의 가족지지도지각의 비교)

  • Koh, Kyung-Bong;Woo, Yong-Il
    • Korean Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.79-86
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    • 1999
  • A comprison was made regarding perceived family support among patients with somatoform disorders, psychosomatic disorders and depressive disorders. The subjects included 49 patients with somatoform disorders, 43 patients with psychosomatic disorders, and 50 patients with depressive disorders. Perceived social support-family scale was used to measure the extent of family support. The patients with somatoform disorders were significantly lower in family support than the patients with psychosomatic disorders. However, no significant differences were found between patients with somatoform disorders and those with depressive disorders, as well as between patients with psychosomatic disorders and those with depressive disorders. Patients with older age had significantly higher scores on family support than those with younger age. Married patients were significantly higher in family support than unmarried ones. These results suggest that low family support may be associated with either the etiology or the sequelae of somatization. Thus, it is emphasized that the role of family support is essential in evaluation and treatment of somatization. In addition, longitudinal studies will be required to investigate the causative role of low family support in somatization.

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Correlations among Family Support, Self-Esteem and Compliance with Preventive Health. Behavior in Elderly People (노인이 지각한 가족지지와 자아존중감 및 예방적 건강행위 이행과의 관계)

  • Choi Young-A;Park Jum-Hee
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.141-152
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    • 1999
  • The purpose of this study was to identify correlations among family support, self-esteem and compliance in preventive health behavior in elderly people. The results will provide valuable data for nursing interventions towards help the elderly lead better lives. Those who lived with elderly people in Kimchun were interviewed by the researcher and an assistant. The subjects were 191 elderly people over the age of 65. The study method used was a structured questionnaire and the data were collected from September 17th to September 31th in 1998. The tools for this study were the family support scale designed by Gang Hyun Sook, the self-esteem scale designed by Rosenberg and the preventive health behavior scale designed by Gang Yune Sook. The data were analyzed by the SAS program, Mean, SD, T-test, ANOVA, Pearson Correlation Coefficients. The results of this study are as follows : 1. The mean score for family support was 40.49. The score of family support of the elderly showed significant differences according to age(F=2.66, P<.05), spouse presence(t=4.20, P<.001), family pattern(F=4.56, P<.01), economic status (F=10.47, P<.001) and pocket money(F=10.46, P<.001). 2. The mean score for self-esteem was 29.01. The score of self-esteem of the elderly showed significant differences according to educational level(F=3.47, P<.01), spouse presence(t=2.49, P<.05), family pattern(F=3.79, P<.01), economic staus(F=15.65, P<.001) and pocket money(F=14.04, P<.001). 3. The mean score for compliance with preventive health behavior was 53.15. The score of compliance of preventive health behavior of the elderly showed significant differences according to economic status(F=9.34, P<.001) and pocket money(F=8.13, P<.001). 4. The relation between family support and self-esteem was significantly different(r=.57, P<.001). The relation between family support and compliance with preventive health behavior was significantly different(r=.44, P<.001). The relation between self-esteem and compliance with proventive health behavior was significantey different(r=.51, P<.001), In conclusion, the correlations among lamily support, self-esteem and compliance with preventive health behavior in elderly people showed significant differences.

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Effects of Temperament, Family Strength and Social Support on Ego-Resilience of Adolescents (청소년의 기질, 가족건강성 사회적 지지가 자아탄력성에 미치는 영향)

  • Jung, Ji-Young;Lim, Jung-Ha
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.37-51
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of temperament, family strength and social support on ego-resilience of adolescents. Four hundred fifty middle and high school students in Incheon participated. Temperament, family strength, social support and ego-resilience were evaluated by self-report questionnaires. Data were analyzed using factor analyses, t-tests, descriptive statistics, correlations and standard multiple regression analyses. Results indicated that there was significant gender difference in ego-resilience. Adolescents' ego-resilience was positively associated with activity level and persistence in temperament, family strength and social support, but negatively associated with rigidity in temperament. Furthermore, gender, temperament, family strength and social support of class teacher and close friends significantly predicted ego-resilience of adolescents.

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