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Infant Parents` Marital Satisfaction and Their Family Environment Focused on Employment Status
Kim, Jin Kyung;
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 Abstract
This study explored the effect of mother`s employment status on family environment and physical environment and psychological environment, the main concern of this which factors have effects on marital satisfactions of either employed or non-employed mothers. First, the result of analysis on family environment according to mothers` employment status shows non-employed mother`s parental stress is higher than employed mother`s. Besides, non-employed mother`s self-esteem is lower than employed mother`s, and non-employed mother`s depression is significantly high. Concerning fathers` factors, the level of conflict between husband and wife is higher among husbands when their wives are employed. In the light of childrens` factors, non-employed mothers consider that their children display more negative emotion and more picky. Children`s development of employed mothers is included in normal development range more than that of non-employed mothers. Second, conflict between husbands and wives have an significantly negative effect on marital satisfaction regardless wife`s employment status. Husbands` cooperation in child-rearing and marital satisfaction have a positive effect on wives` marital satisfaction. The significant factor which influences on employed mother`s marital satisfaction is education level of wives. This study would be meaningful in that infancy home environment was compared focusing on the mothers` employment status, and some factors which factors(variables) have impacts on marital satisfaction of infancy mothers were examined.
 Keywords
family environment;parenting participation;marital satisfaction;self-efficacy;depression;
 Language
Korean
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