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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 37, Issue 12 - Dec 1999
Volume 37, Issue 11 - Nov 1999
Volume 37, Issue 10 - Oct 1999
Volume 37, Issue 9 - Sep 1999
Volume 37, Issue 8 - Aug 1999
Volume 37, Issue 7 - Jul 1999
Volume 37, Issue 6 - Jun 1999
Volume 37, Issue 4 - Apr 1999
Volume 37, Issue 3 - Mar 1999
Volume 37, Issue 2 - Feb 1999
Volume 37, Issue 5 - Jan 1999
Volume 37, Issue 1 - Jan 1999
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The Program development and assessment for increasing EQ (Emotional Quotient) for Children
Park, Sung-Ok ; Yee, Young-Hwan ; Han, Jong-Hye ; Kim, Ki-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 1~10
The purpose of this study was development and verification of the emotional intelligence program for children. Developed program was labeled "Increasing the Power of Mind." This program consists of four parts-sensitivity, self-esteem, motivation, and communication skills. Each parts consists of eight activities. The program was practiced at susung elementary school in Jung up. The subjects were 79 sixth-grade children. The effectiveness of the program has been evaluted by taking pre and past tests. The test results suggest that the program has been effective in improving the children's emotional intelligence o
Relationship of Social Skills & Social Support from Family and Friends to Adjustment Between Children and Adolescents
Sim, Hee-Og ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 11~22
This study focused on the relationship of social skills and social support from family and friends to adjustment between children and adolescents. Subjects were enrolled in the fifth, sixth, 1st, & 2nd grades of elementary and junior high schools. The instruments were Teenage Inventory of Social Skills, Perceived Social Support from Family & Friends, Child Depression Inventory, and Antisocial Behavior Scale. Results indicated that there were positive relations between social skills and social support from family and friends. The more social support from family children and adolescents had, the less depression and antisocial behavior they reported. For depression, children and adolescents showed a significant sex difference. In the case of antisocial behavior, only adolescents revealed a significant sex difference. Depression was explained by social support from family most for both children and adolescents. Antisocial behavior was explained by social skills most especially for children. The results discussed in the context of the effects of social skills and social support on emotional and behavioral adjustments.
The Transformation of Family Ethics in Korea
Lee, Chung-Duk ; Kim, Soon-Ok ; Park, Huh-Sik ; Kim, Kyeong-Shin ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 23~40
The aim of this study was to analysis the transformation of family ethics as appeared in Korean history. The contents of this study consist of two parts: literature reviews on the specific features of family ethics with lived history from the period of the Three States to 1950 decades and a survey research on family ethics and its transition after 1950 decades. For the latter, Questionnaires were distributed to the different each generations, from which 1194 data were obtained. The results can be summarized as follows: The transition of thought such as Buddhism, Confucianism and the change of economics condition are found to have impact on the family ethics in Korea. In contemporary history, The Korean War(6
25) had great influent on the change of the family ethics. Recently the conflict among the family members and family problems are influenced by the valiables such as generation and sex, especially with the changes of consciousness of feministic perspective. More over, while only miner change had appeared in Family Ethics during the society still remained in Eastern Value orientations before Cho-seon dynasty, the transformation Family Ethics seems to be the greatest with the cultural shock by the introduction of the Western Values depending on the religions and locality. Nevertheless, family-Centered orientations and confucianism(Hyo) have continued to remains as relatively important values.
Wedding Consciousness, Behavior and Satisfaction of the Urban Housewives - Focus on young housewives and mothers of married daughters -
Kim, Myung-Na ; Lee, Jeong-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 41~58
This study deals with relationship among wedding consciousness, behavior and satisfaction of both young housewives and mothers of married daughters. The major result are as follows : 1) In comparisons of difference among wedding consciousness, behavior and satisfaction of young housewives and mothers of married daughters, young housewives showed more modern wedding consciousness, more rational wedding behavior and higher wedding satisfaction than mothers of married daughters. 2) It shows that wedding consciousness of young housewives and mothers of married daughters so influenced wedding behavior, that the more modern wedding consciousness they have, the more rational wedding behavior they show. 3) It is proved that variable which has impact on wedding satisfaction is preparing of articles essential to a marriage and receiving wedding presents of both young housewives and mothers of married daughters.
A Study on Psychological Well-Being and Quality of Life of Married Couple
Ko, Jung-Ja ; Kim, Gab-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 59~76
This study was to investigate casual relation of psychological well-being and quality of life of married couples. For the data set 434 married couples living in Pusan, Korea were chosen. The data were analyzed using M, SD, t-test, Pearson's correlation, multiple regression, and path analysis. The findings of this study are as follows; First, marital satisfaction and the level of quality of life are higher for husbands than wives. Whereas psychological distress is higher for wives than husbands. Second, for husbands, husband's level of education, job satisfaction, husband's housework participation, and job stress have significant effect on marital satisfaction. For wives, wife's level of education, husband's housework participation, and husband's job stress have significant effect on marital satisfaction. Third, for husbands, job satisfaction and job stress have significant effect on psychological distress. For wives, husband's job stress have significant effect on psychological distress. Fourth, for husbands, job stress, marital satisfaction and psychological distress have significant direct effect on quality of life. Besides, husband's age, husband's level of education, job satisfaction, job stress, husband's housework participation, and marital satisfaction are indirectly associated with quality of life. For wives, marital satisfaction and psychological distress have significant direct effect on quality of life. Besides, wife's level of education, husband's job stress, husband's housework participation, and marital satisfaction are indirectly associated with quality of life.
Marital Quality and Stability : A Theoretical Model
Kim, Yeong-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 77~96
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of family-of-origin, personal and spousal characteristics, mediated by communication and problem-solving behavior, on marital quality and stability. On the basis of previous literature, the theoretical model was specified, estimated, and evaluated for adequacy of statistical fit for samples of 214 married women. Although the initial model was not supported by data, the revised model fitted the data adequately. Results of structural equation modeling indicated family-of-origin and communication behavior directly affected marital quality. However, the personal and spousal characteristics were linked with marital quality and stability only if they were mediated by communication and problemsolving behavior. Communication behavior was strongly related to marital quality and stability both directly and indirectly through problem-solving behavior. The model also showed marital quality can be an antecedent variable for marital stability. The findings of results is to generate more broad-minded thinking about how communication behavior, marital quality, and marital stability are interrelated.
The Influence of Working Mothers' Socio-Demographic Characteristics and Self-Efficacy on the Child-Rearing Practices
Moon, Hyuk-Jun ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 97~108
The purpose of this atudy was to identify the influence of demographic characteristics of full-time working mother's family on maternal parenting efficacy as well as child-rearing practices and to examime the relationship between mothers with perceived parenting efficacy and child-rearing practices. The subjects for this study were 100 working mothers of two to six year old children attending employer sponsored child care centers. Descriptive statistics, t-tests, correlation analysis, and step-wise regression were used for data analysis. The major findings of this study were as follows: 1) Full-time working mothers' child-rearing practices were influenced by the ages of mothers and fathers, parental education level and occupation, family income, age of the child, and number of children in the family. 2) The more working mothers perceived parenting efficacy, the more mothers utilized effective child-rearing practices. 3) Age of the child, maternal education level, mothers with levels of perceived parenting efficacy were significant predictors for full-time working mothers' child-rearing practices.
Study of Divorce Cases Appeared in Newspapers, Chosunilbo and Kookminilbo under New Family Law(1996. 2. 12 ~ 1999. 1. 4)
Shin, Soon-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 109~122
This is a study of 43 divorce cases appeared in the Korean courts during 3 years period from Feb. 12, 1996 to Jan. 4, 1999. They were devided into 6 categories. 1) 11 cases were those where divorces were not allowed. 2) 21 cases dealed with the right to ask for alimony. 3) 3 cases dealed with the right to ask for division of property. 4) 2 cases were to decide who will exercise parental rights with respect to children. 5) 1 case was to decide who can meet the children. 6) 5 other cases dealed with other problems associated with divorces.
A Study on Adolescents' Violence against Parents - With Home Environment -
Jun, Hee-Jung ; Chi, Young-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 123~138
The purpose of this study was to find out whether home environmental variables had a greater effect on adolescents' violence against parents. The results of self-reporting questionnaires are as follows ; The victims of violence are mainly mothers. The socio-economic status didn't influence on the degree of violence against parents. The adolescents of the extreme family type used more serious violent behavior. The higher the degree of observed and experienced violence is, the higher the degree of violence against parents. Also, the higher the degree of home education is, the lower the degree of violence against parents. Of all variables, the observed violence and structure-environmental variables account for 37.6% of adolescents' violence against parents. The results of in-depth interview showed that birth-order didn't affect violence against parents. The victims of violence were mainly stepmothers and stepfathers. These parents' educational attitudes were disagreement in parents, seriously inflicted corporal punishment and were indifferent to adolescent. Also, interviewed adolescents were observed and experienced violence in home and used violence against others.
School Uniform Satisfaction and Preference According to Level of Clothing Involvement
Lee, Ok-Hee ; Kang, Young-Eui ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 37, issue 6, 1999, Pages 139~153
The study was initiated to research on the school uniform preference, satisfaction according to demographic factors and clothing involvement. Data were administered to 513 adolescence in middle school student living in Sunchon. For analysis of the data, frequencies, percentage, means, standard deviation,
-test, one-way anova, and duncan's multiple range test were employed. The results of this study can be summarized as follows. 1) school uniform satisfaction were shown to have the significant differences according to sex, father's occupation and education, income, the type of school. 2) school uniform preference were shown to have the significant differences according to sex, parent's education, father's occupation, income, social stratification, the type of school. 3) clothing involvement were shown to have the significant differences according to mother's education, income, social stratification. 4) school uniform preference were shown to have the significant differences according to level of clothing involvement. The higher was clothing involvement, the higher was preference to 'no static electricity', 'fashionable one' and 'one with fine air permeability and water absorbency' of school uniform.