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Volume 32, Issue 6 - Dec 2014
Volume 32, Issue 5 - Oct 2014
Volume 32, Issue 4 - Aug 2014
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A Case Study of Sandplay Therapy for a Middle School-Aged Boy Having Severe Conflicts with His Mother : Focused on Initiation
Sim, Hee-Og ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 1~18
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.1
This study explored the sandplay therapy case of a middle school-aged boy having severe conflicts with his mother, from the viewpoints of initiation. The goal of the therapy was to lessen the boy's conflicts with his mother within the free and protected space in sandplay therapy. Thirty-seven therapy sessions were held. The client showed the scene of having fun in the water in the most unconscious part of the tray in the initial phase of therapy (1, descending into the unconscious). In the intermediate phase of therapy (2~33, a period of suffering, confrontation with death and trials), he showed suffering, was confronted with death and underwent trials. In the final phase of therapy (34~37, seeking masculine principles and rebirth), he began to seek masculine principles instead of having conflicts with his mother and was reborn. Using sandplay therapy in a free and protected space, this study showed the effectiveness of sandplay therapy since the boy's severe conflicts with his mother were lessened. This study also confirmed the existence of an archetypal pattern in the male adolescent's psyche.
Family Strengths and Program Needs of Seoul Local Healthy Family Support Center Participants
Son, Seohee ; Kye, Sun Ja ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 19~30
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.19
The purpose of this study was to identify the relationships between Healthy Family Support Center (HFSC) program participation and family strengths and program needs based on HFSC participants' individual, family, and community characteristics. A total of 695 HFSC participants who were married and had participated in HFSC programs were recruited through 25 local HFSCs in Seoul. A multiple regression method was conducted for data analysis. The major findings are as follows. Family strengths was related to the variables of age, education, monthly household income, and participation in family counseling and sharing family care programs. In terms of program needs, the variables of marital conflict, difficulty in care, financial distress, family strengths, and family-friendly community were associated with HFSC program needs while participants' socio-demographic characteristics were not related to program needs. This study highlights that HFSC programs have different target populations considering that the level of family strengths was different among the various programs' participants. In addition, program needs are different depending upon the HFSC participants' experiences in the family and community. These findings suggest that it is important to consider participants' family and community characteristics as well as participants' socio-demographic characteristics to provide appropriate programs for all HFSC participants.
Effects of Adolescents'Attachment to Parents and their School Stress on Depression : Focusing on Control Effects of Ego-Resilience
Kim, HeeJu ; Lee, Jimin ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 31~45
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.31
The purpose of this study are to find out the gender and school level differences in adolescents' depression, and the influences of parent attachment and school stress on adolescents' depression and the effect of ego-resilience relations between parent attachment and depression, and that of school stress and depression. 402 of students(the first and the second graders of middle school and of high school in academic track in D area) completed questionnaire on parent attachment, school stress, ego-resilience, and depression. Descriptive statistic analyses, reliability analyses, Two-way ANOVAs, correlation analyses, and hierarchial multiple regression analyses were conducted through SPSS WIN 20.0. The findings are as follows. 1) There was school level difference, but not gender differences, on adolescents'depression. 2) There was ego-resilience control effect on the relations between parent attachment and adolescents' depression only for middle school students, but not for high school students. 3) There were ego-resilience control effect on the relations between school stress and adolescents' depression for both middle and high school students. The importance of ego-resilience and school levels in understanding adolescents' depression was discussed.
The Effects of Preschool Children's Language Ability, Emotion Regulation, and Mothers' Parenting Behavior on Peer Competence and Aggressive Behavior
Choi, Insuk ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 47~58
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.47
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of mothers' parenting behavior, preschool children's language ability and emotion regulation on peer competence and aggressive behavior. The subjects were 100 preschool children (49 girls and 51 boys; mean age, 70.30 months), their mothers and teachers, recruited from five daycare centers located in Gyeonggi-do area. Each child's language ability was assessed individually with the standardized measure, the Preschool Receptive-Expressive Language Scale and their teachers reported on the children's peer competence and aggressive behavior. Their mothers also reported on parenting behavior and their child's emotion regulation by questionnaire. The collected data was analyzed by correlation analysis and hierarchical regression. The main results of this study were as follows. First, preschool children's peer competence was positively related to maternal warmth and children's language ability. Their aggressive behavior was positively related to harsh maternal parenting but negatively related to emotion regulation. Second, hierarchical regression analyses revealed that children's language ability and maternal warmth predicted peer competence. Third, children's gender, emotion regulation, and harsh maternal parenting predicted aggressive behavior. These findings could provide basic information for programs and services to promote peer competence in preschool children.
Effects of Peer Supports on Conduct Behavior and Withdrawal of Adolescence : Focusing on Mediating Effect of Negative Automatic Thoughts
Lee, Jung Sook ; Song, Hwa Jin ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 59~72
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.59
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of peer support on conduct behavior and withdrawal and to investigate the mediating effect of negative automatic thought. The subjects included 461 students(boys 51%, girls 49%) from the 1st to 3rd grades of middle school in Seoul. Conduct behavior and withdrawal was measured by the Korean Youth Self Report and the Conners-Wells'-Adolescent Self Report Scales. Negative automatic thoughts were measured by the Korean Children Youth Automatic Thoughts Scale. Using Amos 20, structural equation modeling was conducted. The findings of the structural equation modeling was that peer support had an impact on conduct behavior and withdrawal. Peer support contributed to a reduction of negative automatic thoughts. Negative automatic thoughts had a mediating effect between peer support and withdrawal or conduct. We suggest that peer support affects conduct behavior and withdrawal through negative automatic thought. We also found gender differences; compared with girls, boys received less support from peers. They also had lower levels of negative automatic thoughts and withdrawal than girls. The further study should be considered to provide more correlation factors of peer support.
A Study on Preparations for Elderhood and the Demand for Educational Programs on Elderly Life for Middle-aged Women
Hwang, Seunghoe ; Kim, Hyeyeon ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 73~87
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.73
The study researches the actual preparations for elderhood as well as recognizes general preparations for it, and analyzes the demand for educational programs on elderly life. Married women aged 35 years to 60 years who live in Jeju province were surveyed. The data were analyzed according to frequency, t-test, and one way ANOVA analysis. The results of this study are as follows: First, most middle-aged women aren't prepared for elderhood. Second, regarding the contents of the educational programs on elderly life, it was found that the following were in high demand: that the part of life design establishes positive old-age form, maintenance of good health, investment knowledge, leisure activities, and effective communication with family members. Third, significant differences in demand for educational programson elderlylife were found according to age, the age of the last child, income, the age at which one prepares for elderhood, and the amount of funds reserved for elderhood.
The Effect of Governmental Financial Support of Child Care on Married Women's Labour Force Participation : A Panel Data Analysis
Han, Young-Sun ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 89~107
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.89
This study analyzes how governmental financial support of child care affects the participation of married women in the labor market in Korea. This dynamic analysis used data gathered over four years via the fifth to the eighth Korea Welfare Panel Studies (KWPS). The major results are as follows. First, child care allowance has a negative effect on the participation of married women in the labour market. Providing cash for child care seems to decrease women's labour market participation by cementing the role of women as the primary child care providers in the household. Second, the support for families, used by child care facilities, is found to increase the probability of married women working either part-time or full-time, thereby decreasing the burden on household budgets caused by child care costs. In conclusion, governmental policy-based child care benefits, used by child care centers, should be continued so that married women may participate in the labour market while raising their children.
The Effects of Emotional Connection with Parents, Social Support, and Isolation on Unmarried Mothers' Child-Rearing Efficacy
Moon, Jeogn-Sook ; Kim, Yeong-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 109~123
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.109
The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of emotional connection with parents, social support, and isolation on unmarried mothers' child-rearing efficacy. The subjects of this study were 194 unmarried mothers. Data were analyzed by frequency, percentage, Cronbach's
, and Pearson's correlation using the SPSS 12.0 program. The test of the theoretical model was performed with an analysis of the correlational matrix in the AMOS 7.0 package for path analysis. The results of this study were as follows: First, the number of adult unmarried mothers was higher than that of teen mothers. Most unmarried mothers had a in low monthly income-, were unemployed, and received economic assistance from the government or social welfare institutions as a major source of their income. Their decision to have a child were for the following reason: the desire to have a child, fear of having an abortion, belief that abortion is a crime, and uncertainty about which decision to make, etc. Second, the women's emotional connection with their parents had a direct effect on social support. Social support had a direct effect on isolation:,- however, it did not have a direct effect on parenting efficacy. Third, the women's emotional connection with their parents had a direct effect on isolation. Isolation had a direct effect on parenting efficacy. Fourth, social support mediated by the women's emotional connection with their parents had an indirect effect on isolation and child-rearing efficacy. Isolation mediated the women's emotional connection with their parents and had an indirect effect on child-rearing efficacy.
The Effects of Group Music Therapy with the Use of Korean Classical Music on Cognitive Function and Life Satisfaction in the Elderly at Daycare Facilities
Song, Baek Yun ; Cheong, Kwang Jo ; Choi, Ae Na ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 125~138
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.125
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects a music group therapy program has on cognitive function and life satisfaction. We targeted the elderly who are receiving service at a daycare center. This study monitored seventeen elderly subjects who were available for language communication, walking, and defecation function even if the subject had a slight mind-body function disorder based on using the service of the daycare facilities. The subjects visited each of the welfare centers one week prior to the Korean classical music group therapy program. We conducted a pre-test of MMSE-K(Mini-Mental State Examination, Korean version) modified by Park and Gwon(1989). We also supplemented the MMSE developed by Folstein(1975) and LSI-A(Life Satisfaction Index) for the elderly developed by Neugarten, Havighurst and Tobin(1961). We conducted the Korean classical music group therapy program for 15 sessions at 50 minutes each for 1~2 times a week from July 9 to September 13, 2013 at the daycare center for OO senior welfare center. The welfare center belongs to the experimental group, excluding the OO general welfare center, which is the control group. Finally, we carried out the post-test of the MMSE-K and LSI-A in the same manner as the pre-test. We carried out the post-test on July 17, 2013, 4 days after concluding the Korean classical music group therapy program. A t-test was used in order to analyze the differences in cognitive function and life satisfaction according to each group. We used SPSS/WIN 18.0 program. This study has significance by proving that the use of Korean classical music is conducive in the improvement of cognitive function and life satisfaction of the elderly at the daycare facilities. Also, we presented the actual contents of the study to the clinical field.
Consumer's Consumption Happiness, How Can We Measure It?
Chang, Hyun Sun ;
Journal of Korean Home Management Association, volume 32, issue 6, 2014, Pages 139~154
DOI : 10.7466/JKHMA.2014.32.6.139
This study aims to devise a tool which can identify the concept of 'consumption happiness' and to develop a standardized scale to measure consumption happiness. How can we measure consumption happiness? Based on it, the concept and perspective of consumption happiness was formed and then the scale for measuring it was developed. To develop the scale, questions were extracted through a literature survey, an FGI interview was conducted and validity was verified through experts' opinions. Then the scale was developed by conducting a questionnaire survey for consumers. For the analysis of the research, SPSS 20. 0 for Windows and AMOS 17.0 were used and 500 consumers responded to an online survey. In order to examine the general characteristics of the investigation object, the technical statistics of frequency, percentage, average and standard deviation were performed. To develop the research, test-retest correlation, item-to-total correlation, Cronbach's
reliability, exploratory factor analysis and confirmatory factor analysis were conducted. The final 20-item consumption happiness scale, which consisted of four factors, was constructed in the end.