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A Study of Parenting Characteristics of mothers experienced child care teachers
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 Title & Authors
A Study of Parenting Characteristics of mothers experienced child care teachers
Park, Ji-Sun;
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 Abstract
This study was to establish a framework to provide the necessary caring knowledge in preparental period by analyzing the effects of an experience of being a child-care teacher in a field based on child-care knowledge from university. The data were collected from 5 in-depth interviews for 7 weeks from July to August, 2015. The results showed that mothers who used to be child-care teachers put conversation first in the child rearing process, made a room environment similar to the activity space in a kindergarten, and evaluated themselves as mothers with a burden that their children should be different from the others. This means that they perform child rearing in a positive way by re-creating their experience and knowing the child rearing process.
 Keywords
child care teacher;mother;child caring knowledge;parenting efficacy;
 Language
Korean
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