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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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The Relationship between North Korean Refugee Mothers' Perceived Home Psychological Characteristics and Ego-resilience of Young Children : The Moderating Effect of Social Support (북한이탈주민 어머니가 지각한 가정의 심리적 특성과 유아의 자아 탄력성 간의 관계: 사회적 지지의 조절효과)

  • Jo, Hye Young;Noh, Hyun Ju
    • Korean Journal of Childcare and Education
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    • v.11 no.6
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    • pp.59-78
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    • 2015
  • This study aims to explore the relationship between North Korean refugee mothers' perceived home psychological characteristics and ego-resilience of their young children focusing on moderating effect of social support. For this purpose, we sampled 96 North Korean refugee mothers with 3-5 year old children. Home psychological characteristics consisting of family strength, family environment and family functioning, social support, and ego-resilience was analyzed by Pearson correlation analyses and hierarchical regression method. The results of this study were as follows. First, there is a significant correlation between North Korean refugee mothers' perceived home psychological characteristics and ego-resilience of their young children. Second, the perceived factors by North Korean refugee mothers of home psychological characteristics explained their young children's self-resilience 73.4% of the time and social support had a significant moderating effect. These results suggest that more effective social support to North Korean refugees has to be offered. Not only financial but emotional support is also needed.

The Role of Social Support for the Influences of Perceived Burdensomeness and Hopelessness on Suicidal Ideation of the Elderly (노인의 자살생각을 높이는 지각된 짐스러움과 절망감에 대한 사회적 지지의 역할)

  • Jeon, Young-Sun;Heo, Chang-Goo
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.64-74
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    • 2019
  • The aims of this study were verifying the influences of social support(family, friend, community) on perceived burdensomeness and hopelessness and mediating effects of perceived burdensomeness and hopelessness between social support and suicidal ideation. In results, family support reduced suicidal ideation of the elderly through mediating role of perceived burdensomeness as well as serial mediating effect of perceived burdensomeness and hopelessness. Friend support reduced suicidal ideation of the elderly through parallel and serial mediating effects of perceived burdensomeness and hopelessness. Community support reduced suicidal ideation of the elderly through mediating role of hopelessness. Social support show not direct effect but indirect effect on suicidal ideation through reduction of negative influencing factor(burdensomeness, hopelessness). In conclusion, we proposed it were needed that various efforts which improve the relation between family members in the age of nuclear family and ageing era, social policy support which development social network of the elderly, and the efforts which keep informed the social policy support of the community.

Difference in Adolescent's Academic Motivation by Family Strengths and Parent's Expectation Styles (가족건강성과 부모의 학업기대유형에 따른 청소년 학습동기의 차이)

  • Oh, Myeong-Hee;Jang, Yoon-Ok
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.57-74
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate differences in adolescent's academic motivation, which is composed of intrinsic learning motivation and extrinsic learning motivation, by family strengths and parent's expectation styles. The subject of this study were 508 students who were selected at random from second, and third grade of middle school in Daegu. Factor analysis and MANOVA were employed for data analysis and Scheff test for post - hoc analysis. The main findings of this study were as follows: First, there were significant differences in learning motivation of adolescents according to the degree of family strengths. More specifically, adolescents who perceived their family strengths to be high had higher intrinsic learning motivation than adolescents who perceived their family strengths to be middle and low. Second, there were significant differences in intrinsic learning motivation of adolescents according to the parent's academic expectation styles. Adolescents who perceived their parent's academic expectation styles paternal support-maternal support, paternal pressure-maternal support, and paternal support-maternal pressure showed higher intrinsic learning motivation than adolescents who perceived their parent's academic expectation styles paternal pressure-maternal pressure. Third, there were significant differences in intrinsic learning motivation of adolescents according to the parent's academic expectation styles and the degree of family strengths. In adolescents group who perceived their family strengths to be low, adolescents who perceived their the parent's academic expectation styles to be paternal support-maternal support, paternal pressure-maternal support and paternal support-maternal pressure had higher intrinsic learning motivation than adolescents who perceived their the parent's academic expectation styles to be paternal pressure-maternal pressure.

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Posttraumatic Growth in Cancer Survivors: The Application of Double ABCX Family Stress Model (암 생존자의 외상 후 성장 영향요인: Double ABCX 가족스트레스 모델의 적용)

  • Lim, Soo-Youb;Kim, Yeong-Hee
    • Journal of Convergence for Information Technology
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    • v.10 no.10
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    • pp.88-99
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    • 2020
  • This study aimed to explore the effects of perceived family stress, supportive resources, intentional rumination, and coping behaviors on posttraumatic growth of cancer survivors based on the Double ABCX Family Stress Model. Data were collected from 200 cancer survivors currently living with their spouses and analyzed by path analysis using AMOS program. The results of this study were as follows. First, perceived family stress of cancer survivors had direct effects on supportive resources, intentional rumination, and coping behaviors, and had indirect effects on posttraumatic growth mediated by supportive resources, intentional rumination, and coping behaviors. Second, supportive resources, intentional rumination, and coping behaviors had direct effects on posttraumatic growth. Third, supportive resources and intentional rumination had direct effects on coping behaviors and had an indirect effect on posttraumatic growth mediated by coping behaviors. The current study supported the applicability of the Double ABCX Family Stress Model to the posttraumatic growth process of cancer survivors.

The Moderating Effects of Social Supports in the Relationship between Stigma and Self-esteem of the Mental Disabled's Family (정신장애인 가족의 낙인감이 자아존중감에 미치는 영향 -사회적 지지의 조절효과를 중심으로-)

  • Min, Hye Jin;Jeong, Weon Cheol
    • 재활복지
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.65-86
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to verify the moderating effects of social supports in the relationship between stigma and self-esteem of the mental disabled's family. For this research, 190 family of the mental disabled were asked to complete some scales for this study. The results of this study are as follows. First, stigma of the mental disabled's family is positively correlated to self-esteem and social supports. Second, social support is positively correlated to self-esteem. Third, social supports have moderating effect the relationship between stigma and self-esteem of the mental disabled's family. This study verify that for the purpose of decreasing the stigma and improving the self-esteem, it is important to supply the mental disabled's family with social supports. This study have implication that stigma of the mental disabled family impair their self esteem and social supports delivered to the mental disabled's family improve family's self esteem. In accordance to the results of this study, the authors suggest some strategy to supply social support to the family. The authors suggest some direction to solve the problems related this study questions and describe the limitation of this study.

Relationships of Stigma, Family Support, and Quality of Life in Tuberculosis Patients (결핵환자의 스티그마, 가족지지와 삶의 질의 관계)

  • Park, Su-Jung;An, Minjeong;So, Hyang-Sook
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.9
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    • pp.285-294
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    • 2015
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationships between stigma, family support, and quality of life in tuberculosis patients. Methods: The participants were 122 who completed a questionnaire. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, and ANOVA. Results: The score of stigma I(community perspectives) was $18.67{\pm}7.48$ and the score of stigma II(patients perspectives) was $14.84{\pm}6.93$. The score of those with family support was $30.81{\pm}4.16$. The score of QOL was $102.22{\pm}13.72$. The findings showed significant positive relationships between stigma I and stigma II and between family support and QOL(r = .753, p < .001; r = .314, p < .001, respectively) and negative relationship between stigma II and QOL(r = -.250, p = .005). Conclusion: Further studies are needed to develop and evaluate the nursing interventions to support patients with tuberculosis, reducing their level of stigma and improving their quality of life.

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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Relationship between Perceived Family Support and Quality of Life in Hospitalized Patients with Terminal Cancer (입원 말기암 환자가 지각한 가족지지와 삶의 질의 관계)

  • Ju, Myoung-Jean;Sohn, Sue-Kyung
    • Asian Oncology Nursing
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.32-39
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    • 2008
  • Purpose: This study was to identify the relationship between perceived family support and quality of life in hospitalized patient with terminal cancer. Method: Study subjects were 104 patients with terminal cancer who were hospitalized and treated at K university hospital, in Busan. Perceived family support and quality of life were measured using the Kang's Revised Family Support Scale and Youn's Quality of Life scale for terminal patients. Results: 1) The mean score of perceived family support was $4.23{\pm}0.61$. The mean score of quality of life was $5.83{\pm}1.37$. 2) The perceived family support was significantly different with primary care giver, food type, medical period after diagnosis. 3) The levels of quality of life was significantly different by number of children, effect of religion on the one' life, perceived state of disease and pain. 4) There was moderate positive correlation between perceived family support and quality of life. Conclusions: Increase in perceived family support was associated with increase in quality of life in hospitalized patients with terminal cancer. It is necessary that the development of nursing education program for family which help to support the patient with terminal cancer for increasing the quality of life of patient with terminal cancer.

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Relationships between Family Support, Perceived Health Status, and Self-esteem in Korean Women with Breast Cancer (한국 유방암 환자의 가족지지, 지각한 건강상태, 자아존중감의 관계)

  • Tae, Young-Sook;Kim, Mi-Yea
    • Asian Oncology Nursing
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.41-48
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    • 2011
  • Purpose: The study was to identify relationships between the family support, perceived health status and self esteem in Korean women with breast cancer. Methods: Data were collected by questionnaires from 214 women with breast cancer in inpatient and outpatient settings at three different university hospitals and one cancer hospital in B city, Korea. The instruments included Family Support Scale, Perceived Health Status Scale, and Self Esteem Scale. The collected data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, t-test, ANOVA, Scheffe's test, and Pearson's correlation coefficients by SPSS WIN 15.0 program. Results: There were significant differences in the family support by age, education, and cost burden. There were significant differences in the perceived health status by education, occupation, economic status, pain, fatigue, and cancer insurance. There were significant differences in the self esteem by age, occupation, economic status, type of religion, pain, fatigue, and cancer insurance. Self-esteem was significantly correlated with family support and perceived health status. Conclusion: These results suggested that promoting perceived health status and enhancing family support would increase self-esteem effectively among Korean women with breast cancer.