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Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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Volume 28, Issue 6 - Dec 2010
Volume 28, Issue 5 - Oct 2010
Volume 28, Issue 4 - Aug 2010
Volume 28, Issue 3 - Jun 2010
Volume 28, Issue 2 - Apr 2010
Volume 28, Issue 1 - Feb 2010
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A Study on Analyzing Actual Condition for Developing A Married Immigrant Families Support Program from the Consumer' Viewpoint: Focused on Seoul Residing Married Immigrant Women
Kim, Yang-Hee ; Anh, Jin-Kyung ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 1~13
The purpose of this study is to conduct base line research, which is based on requestion of international married immigrant women, for developing social adaptation and family enrichment program for those population who reside in Korea. The survey questionnaire was distributed to 142 international married immigrant women who reside in Seoul to research program participate satisfaction and requestion. Analyze the study results, frequency, percentage, t-test, ANOVA and Duncan-post test were utilized. As a result, overall satisfaction toward program that offered by organization was highly ranked. Visiting service showed high score of satisfaction but mentor service that strongly possess sacrifice showed lower score of satisfaction. Vocational and job-related skill improvement education presented less satisfied degree of satisfaction but cooking class, computer class, training education for native-speaking instructor present high level of satisfaction. Second, the requisition of target population, who did not participate program, presented lower than the satisfaction, still present high demand of variety area of program. Among them, assist child nurturing and vocational and job- related skill improvement education showed high demand. It enable to predict that they are eager to get support toward parent role and self-realization. Third, when the difference were analyzed to compare the subjective judgement toward life adaptation in Korea and the satisfaction for program user and the requisition of non-user, the meaningful differences were founded; especially, individuals who possess confident degree of computer skills and Korean(reading, speaking, and listening) showed higher degree of satisfaction to vocation and job-skill related improvement education. This study has a practical implication, which is based on the study results, on developing a program to support international married immigrant women and multicultural families to satisfactory settlement in Korea life and to maintain healthy families.
A Case Analysis on Remarried Family with Family Conflict
Park, Tai-Young ; Kim, Tae-Han ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 15~28
The study investigated the repeated conflict of remarried family from family systems perspective, and used the verbatim of family members, who were participated in family therapy, as analysis data. the study used Miles and Hubernam's matrix, graph, and graphical network display to analyze the data. The results of study were as follows. After the couples remarried, a husband and two step-children, who were born in ex-wife, used dysfunctional communication method to keep the established family systems. Also, a wife used dysfunctional communication method to change the existing family systems. These dysfunctional communication method, which were used by family members, caused vicious cycle rather than resolving the family conflict. The differences of remarried husband first-married wife, and the differences of blooded and non-blooded relationships among family members had influenced on family conflict.
The Effect of Ego-resilience and Directors' and Fellow Teachers' Social support on Childcare Teachers' Job Stress
Cho, Song-Yon ; Lee, Jeung-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 29~42
This study examined the effects of ego-resilience and directors' and fellow teachers' social support on childcare teachers' job stress. The participants were 323 childcare teachers in Chung nam Province and Daejeon Metropolitan City. The research instruments were Job Stress Scale by Cho(2004), Ego-resilience Scale by Park(1996) with CPI and CAQ correction, and Social Support Scale by Park(1985). Collected data were analysed by t-test, F test and Scheff
test for post hoc test, Pearson's productive correlation and stepwise multiple regression, and Cronbach's
for reliability by SPSS PC program (17.0 version). The results were as follows: First, the childcare teachers' job stress level was low (M=2.51, SD=.63), while ego-resilience level and social support level of directors and fellow teachers (M=3.68, SD=.58; M=3.62, SD=.94; M=3.83, SD=.69, respectively) were above the average. Second, there were significant differences between different levels of ego-resilience and of social support from directors and fellow teachers. Last, directors' social support and childcare teachers' optimistic attitude of ego-resilience were the most dominant variables that affected childcare teachers' job stress level(R2=38.3% for total score of childcare teachers' job stress).
Factors Related to University Students' Positive Beliefs about the Consequences of Maternal Employment
Kwon, Hee-Kyung ; Chang, Young-Eun ; Sung, Mi-Young ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 43~54
This study examines the factors related to university students' positive beliefs about the consequences of maternal employment. A total of 338 university students in Seoul, Gyeong-gi, and Kyungnam area provided information about their socio-economic background, parents' employment history, achievement motivation, and gender egalitarian attitude. A two-way analysis of variance showed significant interaction effects of gender and grade on positive beliefs about the consequences of maternal employment. Multiple regression analyses by gender indicated that factors related with university students' positive beliefs about the consequences of maternal employment may differ by gender. For male students, grade, and socio-cultural gender egalitarian attitude were significantly related to positive beliefs about the consequences of maternal employment. For female students, grade, family monthly income, mother's employment during elementary school, and achievement motivation were related with positive beliefs about the consequences of maternal employment.
Relationships Among Couple-Conflict, Forgiveness, Depression, and Anxiety: Moderating Effects of Forgiveness
Kim, Sarah Hyoung-Sun ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 55~66
This study investigates the relationships amongst couple conflict, forgiveness, depression, and anxiety according to gender. This study also examined whether forgiveness has a moderating effect on the relationship among couple conflict, depression, and anxiety according to gender. The sample consisted of 263 parents of high school students. The couples reported their level in the Couple Conflict Inventory, Enright Forgiveness Inventory, Beck Depression Inventory, and Personality Assessment Inventory. The findings are as follows: 1) Anxiety only significantly differed between husband and wife. 2) Couple conflict positively related to husband and wife depression and anxiety. Forgiveness is negatively related to couple conflict, anxiety, and depression between husband and wife. 3) The moderating effects of forgiveness within couple conflict and depression only showed with the wife. 4) The moderating effect of forgiveness between couple conflict and anxiety was only displayed by the husband. The findings of this study indicate that forgiveness could function as a protective factor for couples who perceive couple conflict, depression, and anxiety. These results suggest implications for couple conflict education and couple counseling according to gender.
Parental Stress of Working Mother with Toddlers: Focus on Maternal Separation Anxiety, Attitude for Occupation, and Preschool Adjustment
Yang, Suk-Kyung ; Moon, Hyuk-Jun ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 67~76
This study investigates working parent stress. This study surveyed 240 working mothers who are raising toddlers and 106 teachers in Seoul, Cyeong-gi, and Incheon. For this study, the Parenting Stress scale developed by Kim & Kang (1997) was used as the instruments for measurement and parental stress. To measure maternal separation anxiety, this study used the Maternal Separation Anxiety Scale (MSAS) developed by Hock (1989), while the Attitude for Occupation scale developed by Farel (1980) was used to measure the attitude for occupation. In addition, the Preschool Adjustment Questionnaire (PAQ) developed by Jewsuwan, Luster and Kostelink (1992), and modified by Oh Chong Eun (2001) were used as the instruments for measurement and adjustment. Data analysis was done using the SPSS WIN 15.0 version and the collected data were subject to a descriptive statistical analysis, one-way ANOVA t-test, and multiple regression analysis. The influential independent variables affecting parenting stress listed in order of significance were maternal attitude for occupation, adjustment of children, maternal anxiety, and income.
An Exploratory Study on Korean-Chinese Women's Experiences about Family Separation
Yi, Yu-Le ; Yang, Sung-Eun ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 77~87
The purpose of this research was to explore Korean-Chinese women's experiences of family separation. A qualitative approach was used to analyze the in-depth interviews with 14 Korean-Chinese women who lived away from their families in China. Korean-Chinese women showed the child-centered family values. The main reason of family separation was to provide children of better educational opportunities. Korean-Chinese women, their husbands, and their extended family members worked as a team to support children. Their cohesive family relationships reflected the unique sociocultural context of Korean-Chinese society. Family separation seems to be normalized for the purpose of child education. The research would contribute to understand how family values affect family life style.
The Development and Analysis of the Effect of Educational Programs for Fathers in Multi-Cultural Families
Kang, Ki-Jung ; Lee, Yoon-Jung ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 89~101
Increased multi-cultural families over the recent decade have led to more studies on the current situations and problems they face. Fathers in multi-cultural families are supporters who can help their migrant wives adapt their new surroundings; however, it is difficult to find studies on them as their roles as fathers in multi-cultural families have been overlooked. This study develops educational programs for fathers in multi-cultural families and analyzes the effect of the educational programs. The educational program development for fathers in multi-cultural families was based on consideration of related articles, studies, and reports. The effect analysis for the educational program for fathers in multi-cultural families was performed through the investigation of 'self-esteem' and 'parent self-confidence' about educated fathers in multi-cultural families. The educational program for fathers in multi-cultural families was composed of 5 themes which can improve their self-esteem, understand the father's role and function, learn the skills of playing and conversation with their children and express the father's thoughts for his own family using positive methods. We educated 12 fathers in multi-cultural families through the development of the program over 5 weeks to verify the effect of educational programs for fathers in multi-cultural families. The results showed the following : The level of father's self-esteem in multi-cultural family increased 124% and the level of parent self-confidence increased 141%. In conclusion, the educational effect for fathers in multi-cultural family exists and their desire for a successful multi-cultural family increased through the educational programs.
Proposal on the Leisure life Cycle Model by Approaching life Cycle of Leisure Activity
Yoon, So-Young ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 103~115
This study approached the leisure with the step of life cycle, analyzing the process of leisure career and leisure development in individual life. The leisure life cycle leads the other related studies by examining the concepts of continuity, change, leisure socialization, and leisure career. It also analyzes the patterns and the structures of the use of life time, using '2004 Time Use Survey' from the Korea National Statistical Office. As a result, this study suggests new 3 steps of leisure life cycle: participating and expanding stages, selective and concentrating stage, and continuing and absorbed stage. These steps set up the goal of leisure program by the periods. They also can help setting the direction of leisure activities, and can be used as basic data that can make up the leisure activity program models step by step. Moreover, the development of model can be used as valuable information to draw up the plans that can prepare for aging society and demand the support of policy.
The Effect of Tem Parament and Parenting on Children's Reactive and Proactive Aggression
Lee, Ju-Lie ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 117~125
This study examines the additive and interactive effects of temperament and parenting on children's reactive and proactive aggression. The participants were 2844 4th graders(1524 boys, 1320 girls) from the Korea Youth Panel Study(KYPS). The results show sthat : (1) Children's emotion regulation influenced reactive aggression, whereas sensation seeking influenced proactive aggression. Children's anger/frustration influenced both subtypes of aggression. (2) Harsh parenting influenced children's proactive aggression. (3) There are some significant temperament
temperament and temperament
Korean and Japanese Wedding Industry Consumer Satisfaction and Loyalty
Kim, Sun-Yee ; Jung, Soon-Hee ; Kim, Yang-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 28, issue 4, 2010, Pages 127~138
This study examines the consumer behavior towards service satisfaction and loyalty in the wedding service market when differentiated services were provided through a market segmentation that includes products, prices, and channels for service choices. This study uses the questionnaire research method to compare the wedding service consumer satisfaction between Korea and Japan. As for married couples, the convenience of transportation and name-recognition were the most important considerations among Koreans when it comes to choosing a place for wedding ceremonies. Meanwhile, Japanese counterparts considered reasonable prices and wedding services quality as the most important factors. In terms of the level of satisfaction in services provided by wedding halls, Korean married couples were found to be more satisfied than Japanese counterparts. Second, the impact of the level of satisfaction with wedding services on consumer loyalty was analyzed. It was found that name-recognition was an important influencing factor among both Koreans and Japanese. An increased satisfaction with name-recognition, resulted in higher loyalty by individuals to wedding halls. In terms of showing loyalty to wedding halls, Koreans were found to be more influenced by name-recognition than the Japanese. Third, there was no significant difference found in japan in terms of the impact of the level of satisfaction with wedding services loyalty.