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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
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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
Jo, Hye Young; Noh, Hyun Ju;
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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.
 Keywords
North Korean Refugee mothers' perceived family strength;North Korean Refugee mothers' perceived family environment;North Korean Refugee mothers' perceived family functioning;North Korean Refugee mothers' perceived social support;ego-resilience;moderating effect;
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Korean
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