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Parenting Beliefs and Achievement Pressure of Korean Mothers with Five to Seven Year Old Children According to Child`s Gender, Mother`s Education Level, and Employment Status
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Parenting Beliefs and Achievement Pressure of Korean Mothers with Five to Seven Year Old Children According to Child`s Gender, Mother`s Education Level, and Employment Status
Kim, Taeeun; Kim, Gilsook; Min, Hyunsuk;
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 Abstract
This study examined the parenting beliefs and the achievement pressure of Korean mothers with five to seven year old children. The maternal parenting beliefs criterion (Ahn, 2001) and achievement pressure criterion (Hong, 2001) have been applied to 212 mothers living in Seoul or Kyonggi-Do area and analyzed. The results showed that the maternal parenting beliefs were influenced by the child`s gender, while the maternal achievement pressure was not. And significant difference was seen only in between the educational background and the maternal parenting beliefs, and the employment status and interaction effects were not shown.
 Keywords
parenting beliefs;achievement pressure;child`s gender;mother`s education level;mother`s employment status;
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English
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