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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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Volume 48, Issue 10 - Dec 2010
Volume 48, Issue 9 - Oct 2010
Volume 48, Issue 8 - Sep 2010
Volume 48, Issue 7 - Aug 2010
Volume 48, Issue 6 - Jul 2010
Volume 48, Issue 5 - Jun 2010
Volume 48, Issue 4 - May 2010
Volume 48, Issue 3 - Apr 2010
Volume 48, Issue 2 - Feb 2010
Volume 48, Issue 1 - Jan 2010
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Female International Marriage Immigrants' Parenting Self-Efficacy: Focusing on Chinese, Filipinas, and Vietnamese
Choe, Hyung-Sung ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 1~13
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.001
This study investigated how the characteristics of female international marriage immigrants, their husbands, their children, and their families affected their parenting self-efficacy, using a sample of 187 female international marriage immigrants, from China, the Philippines, or Vietnam, now living in Pusan and Gyungnam, Korea. We used questionnaires were based on the studies by Choe & Chung (2001), Shin (1997), Lee (1996), and Lee & Song (1991), and with the addition of demographic characteristics. Analysis results showed that the mother's parenting self-efficacy subscales correlated positively with mother's educational level, social support, and Korean language level; husband's educational level; and family income, and negatively with mother's depression, husband's age, and mother's acculturative stress. Multiple regressions indicated that husband's support was the strongest predictor of female international marriage immigrants' parenting self-efficacy.
The Influence of Maternal Love Withdrawal, Preschoolers' Emotional Regulation, Verbal Ability on Relational Aggression
Shin, Yoo-Lim ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 15~22
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.015
The purpose of the present study was to examine whether relational aggression was distinct from physical aggression in young children. Moreover, the association between emotional regulation, verbal ability, maternal love withdrawal and relational aggression were investigated. Participants were 3 year old 356 children recruited from middle income families. Children's verbal ability was assessed by interview and teachers' measurement of emotional regulation and relational aggression. The results presented that confirmatory factor analysis confirmed a 2-factor model. Emotional regulation, verbal ability, and maternal love withdrawal were significant predictors of relational aggression.
The Influence of Emotional Labor and Ego-Resilience on Child Care Teachers' Burnout
Hwang, Hae-Shin ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 23~32
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.023
The purpose of the present study was to examine the child care teacher's ego-resilience, emotional labor, and personal characteristics on their burnout. It was expected that the child care teachers would feel less burnout if they have higher ego-resilience and lower emotional labor compared to those with lower ego-resilience and higher emotional labor. A survey was administered to 218 child care teachers in Seoul area using Maslach Burnout Inventory, California Personality Inventory, and Emotional Labor Scale. Data were analyzed with descriptive statistics and multiple regression using SPSS PC program(12.0 version). Major findings were as follows: First, child care teachers' burnout was not so high. Second, teacher's burnout was different depending on their personal factors such as age, marriage, and income. Last, child care teachers' burnout was explained by their emotional labor and egoresilience.
The Effects of Family Structure, Parental Communication, Academic Problems, and Peer Relationship on Juvenile Delinquency
Choi, Kyu-Reon ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 33~48
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.033
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of family structure(parentral marital status and socioeconomic status), parental communication, academic problems, and peer relationship on juvenile delinquency. The participants were 1009 middle school and high school students in Seoul city and Gyeonggi Province. The major results were as follows: 1) Parental marital status(divorced/seperated) had both direct and indirect positive effects and lower class in socioeconomic status had an indirect positive effect on academic problems and peer relationship on juvenile delinquency rates. 2) Open maternal communication had a direct negative effect on juvenile delinquency rates. However, open paternal communication had both direct and indirect negative effects. 3) Academic problems had both direct and indirect positive effects on juvenile delinquency rates. 4) Peer relationship had a direct positive effect on juvenile delinquency rates. 5) The level of effects that each variable had differed by delinquency types. Based on these results, implications for preventing juvenile delinquency were discussed.
The Relationship between Cheating Behavior in Children and Their Self-Reported Morality
Huh, Jung-Kyoung ; Han, Kuk-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 49~57
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.049
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between children's cheating behaviors and their self-reported orality. For this study, 883 children were selected from 7 elementary schools and from 7 middle schools in Seoul, Korea. The participating students included 4th, 6th and 8th graders. The research was performed through the administration of questionnaires designed to measure the students' cheating behaviors and morality. The results were as follows: 1. The children cheated on occasion. More cheating occurred during homework than while taking an examination. During an examination, there was more lone cheating than students helping other students to cheat. With regard to homework cheating, helping others to cheat was higher than students doing their own cheating. Cheating behavior increased in higher grades, but there was no difference between genders. 2. In relation to children's morality, distinctions between 6th graders, 8th graders and 4th graders were different demonstrated. 3. In relation to cheating behavior and morality (4 factors), while PHIL (interests to others) factor decreased cheating behavior, EMP (understanding of emotion and feeling) factor increased cheating behavior.
The Employment and Child Care Choices of Mothers with Infants
Shon, Kyeng-Hwa ; Cho, Bok-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 59~76
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.059
This study examine the employment and childcare choices of mothers of infants. Study participants were 543 mothers, with infants younger than 40 months, in Suncheon. The results were as follows. First, mothers' employment beliefs, regardless of whether they worked outside the home, showed more positive scores regarding employment when they had jobs and/or higher educational levels. Second, mothers' use of child-care was more likely to begin when their children were at younger ages when the mothers worked outside the home, had higher educational levels and/or perceived their employment circumstances as including the ideas "Always have internal conflicts over whether to quit the job or not" and/or "Have never thought of quitting the job". Third, we examined how the features of the childcare environment and childcare type affected the mothers.
Users' Perceptions and Attitudes Regarding Use of Korean Traditional Elements in Contemporary Spaces: Focused on the Article Contents of Professional Design Magazines
Lee, Min-Ah ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 77~87
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.077
This study investigated users' perceptions and attitudes toward Korean traditional elements in contemporary spaces. We collected and analyzed the article contents of two design magazines, from their issues of January 2000 through December 2009, for a total of 87 cases. The results were as follows. First, the important motives for applying traditional elements to current living spaces were individual tastes, preference for a secluded life, and the users' childhood memories. Second, the most frequently used traditional element was traditional structure. Others were traditional spatial compositions and the use of natural materials. The two main purposes for renovating a space or constructing a building were to preserve traditional ambience or to add convenience and practical use to it. Third, the most frequently mentioned advantages of traditional elements were their environment-friendly characteristics, such as connecting to nature and using natural materials. Fourth, the users preferred, in order, Ma-dang, natural environments, doors/windows of various types and multiple functions, Toet-maru, Dae-cheong, and Nu-maru.
Adult Attachment and Marital Satisfaction in Couples with Young Children: The Mediating Effect of Parenting Alliance
Woo, Su-Jung ; Lee, Young ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 89~97
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.089
The present study investigated the parenting alliance's mediating effects on the relationship between adult attachment and marital satisfaction. The participants were 157 married parents of young children(77 men and 80 women). We used the Experiences in Close Relationships Scales (Kim & Lee, 2005), Quality Marriage Index (Jang, 2001), and Parenting Alliance Inventory (Abidin, 1988) and analyzed data using descriptive statistics, Pearson's correlation, and regression analysis, via SPSS PC program(17.0 version). The results revealed that the effects of married males' avoidant dimension on marital satisfaction were partially mediated by their wives' parenting alliance. The effects of married females' anxious dimension on marital satisfaction were totally mediated, and the effects of married females' avoidant dimension on marital satisfaction were partially mediated, by their husbands' parenting alliance. In conclusion, the parenting alliance mediates the effects of adult attachment on marital satisfaction in couples with young children.
The Path Analysis of Parental Divorce on Children's Emotional and Behavioral Problems: Through Child-Rearing Behaviors and Children's Self-Esteem
Hwang, Hye-Jung ; Chun, Hee-Young ; Ok, Kyung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 99~110
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.099
The purpose of this study was to analyze the path of parental divorce on their children's emotional and behavioral problems through child-rearing behaviors and children's self-esteem. The participants were 162 children from divorced families and 194 from intact families. The Instruments used were CBQ (Children's Behaviour Questionnaire) (Rutter, 1967), Child-rearing rating scale (Park, 1995) and SEI (Self Esteem Inventory) (Coopersmith, 1967). The data were analyzed by ANCOVA and path analysis. The results were as follows. First, there were significant differences in children's emotional and behavioral problems and self-esteem, and caregivers' child-rearing behaviors between children from divorced and intact families. Second, parental divorce affected children's emotional and behavioral problems directly, as well as indirectly through child-rearing behaviors and children's self-esteem.
Working Mothers' Attitudes Toward Maternal Employment and Beliefs Regarding Child Care Quality According to the Operating Modalities and Hours of Child Care Centers
Kim, Hye-Gum ;
Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association , volume 48, issue 7, 2010, Pages 111~118
DOI : 10.6115/khea.2010.48.7.111
This study investigated working mothers' attitudes toward maternal employment and beliefs regarding childcare quality according to the childcare centers' operating modalities and hours. Participants were 261 mothers sending their children to full day, nighttime, or 24-hour childcare centers. We conducted the data analysis two-way ANOVA using SPSS. The results revealed significant differences among the groups in these working mothers' attitudes toward maternal employment and their beliefs regarding childcare quality and childcare centers' operating modalities and hours.