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The Effects of Parents-Children Relationship Factors on Gifted Adolescents' Career Maturity : Focusing on Gender, Secondary School Level, and Comparison with Regular Adolescents (영재 청소년의 진로성숙도에 영향을 미치는 부모-자녀관계 요인: 성별 및 학교급, 일반학생과의 비교를 중심으로)

  • Chae, Yoojung;Lee, Hyunjoo
    • Journal of Gifted/Talented Education
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    • v.26 no.4
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    • pp.565-585
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    • 2016
  • This study purpose was to explore whether career maturity and parents-children relationship related factors were differentiated by giftedness, gender and secondary school level (research question 1). In addition, this study focused on the effects of parents-children relationship related factors on career maturity with a comparison on gifted and regular students (research question 2). The sample included 213 gifted middle school and high school students who participated in the Korean gifted education center and 243 regular students. Multivariate analysis of variance was conducted for research question 1, and hierarchical regression analysis was conducted for research question 2. The results of this study showed that (1) gifted students showed a higher level of career maturity, achievement expectation (parents-children relationship), respect (parents-children relationship), discussion and leisure (activity with parents), sharing ordinary life and communication (activity with parents), career support of parents compared to regular students ; (2) Girls showed higher level only in sharing ordinary life and communication compared to boys ; (3) middle school students more highly perceived the parents' achievement expectation and control, respect for parents, activities with parents (discussion and leisure, sharing ordinary life and communication) compared to high school students ; (4) the career support of parents was the strongest predictor of career maturity, and discussion and leisure was also a significant factor predictor of career maturity. Based on these results, it was suggested for parents to support their children's career maturity of both gifted and regular students by increasing frequencies of various activities shared with their children such as discussion and leasure.

The Strategy for Improvement of the Relationship between Parent and Child with Chronic Illness and Developmental Disability (만성질환과 발달장애 아동의 부모-자녀관계와 관계증진을 위한 전략)

  • Cho, Kyoul-Ja
    • Journal of East-West Nursing Research
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.94-104
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    • 2002
  • The purposes of this study were to identify the relationship between parent and child with chronic illness and developmental disability, and to review the strategy for improvement of their relationship. The effects of chronic illness and developmental disability is that the child has delayed growth and development, and his(her) parent has sadness, guilty feeling, anxiety, grief, disappointment, low self-esteem, anger and resentment. Chronic illness and developmental disability also have a negative effect to the parental marital relationship. The reaction of parent and child varies in age of onset, a developmental transition period, crisis and parent-child relationship. Through this study, I propose that parent-child relationship could be improved by touch, communication between them and education for parents.

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Parent-Child Relationship (부모-자녀 관계)

  • Lee, Young;Jun, Hey-Jung;Kang, Min-Ju
    • Korean Journal of Child Studies
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    • v.30 no.6
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    • pp.29-41
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    • 2009
  • In the last thirty years, societal changes have affected Korean families at a fast pace. Some of these changes include the fall of childbirth rate, expansion of women in the workforce, delay of first marriages, and rise of divorces, remarriages, and international marriages. These new trends have created and diversified new contexts for family structures and parent-child relationships. Both parents and children are now confronted with a myriad of new challenges and in need of understanding the newly transformed-family environments in respond to new ecological pressures. Contemporary issues concerning parent-child relationships are discussed by analyzing the new trends and research issues on particular social issues and pressures. Future policy issues are discussed based on these analyses combined with the critical impact of the parent-child relationships on child development.

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Interaction effects of Parent-child Relationship and School Adjustment on adolescent self-concept (청소년의 자아개념에 대한 부모-자녀관계와 학교생활 적응간의 상호작용 효과)

  • Shin, Na-Na;Doh, Hyun-Sim
    • Journal of Families and Better Life
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    • v.18 no.3 s.47
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    • pp.99-114
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    • 2000
  • This study investigated the relations among parent-child relationship, school adjustment and self-concept in adolescence. In addition, interaction effects of parent-child relationship and school adjustment on adolescent self-concept were examined. The major results of this study were as follows: 1. Parent-child relationship and school adjustment were positively associated with self-esteem. The better parent-child relationships they perceive, the higher self-concept they have. The better school adjustment they experience, the higher self-concept they have. 2. There were interaction effects of parent-child relationships and school adjustment on self-concept. Adolescents whose parent-child relationships were poor had higher self-concept when they adjusted to school well. There were little differences in self-concept as a function of the school adjustment when their parent-child relationships were good. These findings indicate that experience in the family and school domains interact in their associations with adolescent self-concept.

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A Study on Sexual Attitudes Sexual Behaviors and Parents-Children Relationships among College Students in Korea (성 태도.성 행동과 부모-자녀 관계에 대한 연구: 남녀 대학생을 중심으로)

  • 김주희;송은일;강성희
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.41 no.1
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    • pp.111-124
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    • 2003
  • This study tries to analyse the relationship between sexual attitudes and behaviors on the one hand and parent-child relationships on the other among college students in Korea. 1,237 students from different areas were surveyed. Sexual attitudes are subdivided into four aspects, namely, permissiveness, instrumentality, emotional exchange, and responsibility, and sexual behaviors into indirect and direct ones. Results are as follow. First, sexual attitudes and behaviors among the subjects are found being different, depending on such variables as sex, religion and dating experiences. Secondly, while being related with both indirect and direct sexual behaviors, the variable of co-residence with parents is significantly related with the aspect of permissiveness, but not with the other three aspects. Thirdly, the parent-child communication is significantly related with sexual attitudes. One who has an open pattern of communication with parents tends to have more desirable sexual attitudes and is better able to control sexual behaviors.

The Effects of Social Capital and Ego-Resilience of Children Perceived Parent-Child Relationships, and Sociodemographic Variables on Their School Adjustment (아동의 학교적응에 대한 사회 인구학적 변인, 아동이 지각한 부모-자녀관계의 사회적 자본과 자아탄력성의 영향)

  • Yang, Suk-Kyung;Moon, Hyuk-Jun
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.47 no.7
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    • pp.59-71
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    • 2009
  • This study examined the effects of social capital and ego-resilience of children perceived parent-child relationship and sociodemographic variables on their school adjustment. The subjects were 384 4th, 5th and 6th grade students living in Gyeong-gi and Incheon. Collected data was subjected to descriptive statistical analysis, Pearson’s correlation, t-test, one-way ANOVA and multiple regression analysis. Results were : (a) Children’s school adjustment varied with their grade in school, birth order and mother’s employment. (b) Social capital of parent-child relationship, ego-resilience, and school adjustment were correlated with one another. (c) Control was the strongest predictor for children’s school adjustment.