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A Study on the Adolescent's Perception of Marital Conflict and the Parents-Children Communication (청소년 자녀가 지각한 부부갈등과 부모-자녀간 의사소통에 관한 연구)

  • Roh Yun-Ok;Jun Mi-Kyung
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.1-16
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the adolescent's perception of marital conflict and the parents-children communication. The subjects of this study were 480 adolescents from 3 middle school in Seoul and Gyung Ki-Do. The main results are as follows; First, Marital conflict, perceived by adolescent is not generally high level and the disposal utility factor by adolescent form is higher compare with other numerical index , the contents by adolescent is perceived lower compare with numerical index. Second, the students are mostly having open communications with their parents, but usually more open communications with their mothers. Third, perceiving marital conflict by the adolescent and communication between parents-adolescent is the less the students are conscious of parents conflict, the more the students have open communication with their parents. The higher Being conscious of marital conflict, the more the students have trouble communication with their parents.

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Maternal Parenting, Mother-adolescent Conflict, and Individuation of Adolescents (어머니의 양육행동 및 모-자녀간 갈등과 남녀 청소년의 개체화간의 관계)

  • Hwang, Young Eun;Doh, Hyun Sim
    • Korean Journal of Child Studies
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    • v.25 no.2
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    • pp.133-154
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    • 2004
  • This study examined the relations between maternal parenting, mother-adolescent conflict, and adolescent individuation with a sample of 271 high school students (156 boys and 115 girls) living in Seoul. Data were analyzed by correlations and regressions. Maternal monitoring, reasoning and affection were positively related to connectedness and separateness, two subscales of adolescent individuation, and maternal over-expectation, intrusiveness, physical abuse and neglect were negatively related to connectedness and separateness. Mother-adolescent conflict was negatively related to connectedness and separateness. Maternal monitoring, reasoning and affection were negatively related to mother-adolescent conflict, and maternal over-expectation, intrusiveness, and physical abuse and neglect were positively related to mother-adolescent conflict. Mother-adolescent conflict played a mediating role between maternal parenting and adolescent individuation.

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Maternal Parenting, Mother-Adolescent Conflict, and Adolescent Self-Esteem (어머니의 양육행동 및 모-자녀간 갈등과 남녀 청소년의 자아존중감간의 관계)

  • 윤지은;최미경
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.22 no.5
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    • pp.237-251
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    • 2004
  • The main purpose of this study was to examine the relations between maternal parenting, mother-adolescent conflict, and middle adolescents' self-esteem with a sample of 271 high school students enrolled in 2nd year at high school in Seoul, and their mothers. Data was analysed using correlations and regression analyses. Maternal affection, monitoring and reasoning were positively related with and maternal physical abuse and neglect were negatively related with adolescent self-esteem. Maternal over-expectation and intrusiveness were not related with adolescent self-esteem in boys, but were negatively related with adolescent self-esteem in girls. In both adolescents' and mothers' report, mother-adolescent conflict was related negatively with adolescent self-esteem. In mothers' report, mother-adolescent conflict was not related with adolescent self-esteem in boys, but was negatively related with adolescent self-esteem in girls. In adolescents' report, maternal affection, monitoring and reasoning were negatively related with mother-adolescent conflict, which maternal over-expectation, intrusiveness, neglect, and physical abuse were positively related with mother-adolescent conflict. In mothers' report, maternal affection, monitoring and reasoning were negatively related with mother-adolescent conflict. Mediating roles of mother-adolescent conflict in relation of maternal parenting and adolescent self-esteem were examined. In adolescents' report, mother-adolescent conflict perceived by male adolescents played a mediating role between maternal monitoring, reasoning and physical abuse, representatively, and adolescent self-esteem. And mother-adolescent conflict perceived by female adolescents played a mediating role between maternal parenting with the expectation of maternal affection and adolescent self-esteem. In mothers' report, mother-adolescent conflict perceived by mothers only played mediating role between maternal monitoring and adolescent self-esteem. So, mediating roles of mother-adolescent conflict were more emphasized in the adolescents' report than in the mothers' report. Therefore, the fact that maternal parenting except affection affects the adolescent self-esteem indirectly through mother-adolescent conflict can be found. Implying that maternal affection is crucial in implying positive self-esteem of adolescents.

Development and application of a Teaching and Learning Plan and Practical Performance Assessment Tools to Promote Communication Between Teenagers Children and Their Parents: focusing on conversation analysis of real conversation in UCC video projects (청소년 자녀와 부모간 의사소통 개선을 위한 교수학습 과정안과 실제 상황적 수행평가 개발 및 적용 - 부모자녀의 실제대화 UCC동영상을 활용한 대화분석을 토대로 -)

  • You, Hye-Jung;Cho, Byung-Eun
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.139-160
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study is twofold: (i) to develop a teaching and learning plan and practical performance assessment tools for the improvement of teenager-parent communication and relationships as well as explore their effects on the communication in the everyday family life; and (ii) to find the underlying problems of teenager- parent communication through conversation analysis and to provide a improved dialogue model. We provided the experimental group with a performance task of communication training between teenagers and their parents in the real family situation while the control group practiced communication skills in a learning situation. However for both classes, before and after performance tasks were equally provided. The experimental group exhibited a longer conversation time with their parents, better communication skills, and higher degrees of relational satisfaction than the control group. Conversation analysis revealed that the experimental group reduced the use of blocking techniques in the teenager-parent conversations more than the control group, and all so raised the frequency of functional communications more than the control group. In both areas of communication in the experimental group was significantly improved, Most notably, a problem-solving case through no-lose conflict resolution methods was effective, succeeding by 70% in the e experimental group and 43.3% in the control group. Parents use blocking techniques like admonition, lecturing, blaming. sarcastic remarking, ordering and so forth, while teenagers use dispute, avoidance, blaming, and teasing in this order. The communication problems during the conversation process, teenagers' evasive and rebellious way of speaking instigates adverse communication responses from parents, so their conversation tends to unfold as ambiguous evasion opposed to: inquiring or evasion by short answers vs. ordering-preaching, or disputing vs. criticizing-making sarcastic, disputing vs. disputing-teaching, and criticizing vs. criticizing.

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