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Relationships between Children`s Dietary Self-efficacy, General Characteristics and Mother`s Parenting Self-efficacy among Elementary School Students in Seoul Area
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Relationships between Children`s Dietary Self-efficacy, General Characteristics and Mother`s Parenting Self-efficacy among Elementary School Students in Seoul Area
Lim, Ji-ye; Min, Sung Hee; Lee, Min June;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between children`s dietary self-efficacy, general characteristics and mother`s parenting self-efficacy among elementary school students. Mother`s parenting self-efficacy was significantly higher as parents` educational levels increased (p<0.001), as family monthly income level increased (p<0.001), and when father`s job was professional or managing work (p<0.001). Children`s dietary self-efficacy was meaningfully higher when parents` educational levels were higher (p<0.01), and family income level was higher (p<0.01). Mother`s parenting self-efficacy showed a correlation with children`s dietary self-efficacy (p<0.001). All factors comprising parenting self-efficacy, such as `general parenting self-efficacy` (p<0.001), `healthy parenting self-efficacy` (p<0.001), `communication parenting self-efficacy` (p<0.001), `educational parenting self-efficacy` (p<0.001), and `control parenting self-efficacy` (p<0.001) showed correlation with children`s dietary self-efficacy. It is suggested that in order to improve children`s dietary self-efficacy and mothers` parenting self-efficacy, families, schools, and communities must put forth a concerted effort. By complementing existing nutritional programs focusing on nutritional knowledge, one can develop a education program and social support to enhance children`s dietary self-efficacy and mothers` parenting self-efficacy.
 Keywords
Elementary school student;parenting self-efficacy;dietary self-efficacy;
 Language
Korean
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