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Victimization and Human Rights Consciousness: Mediating Effects of Depression and Evaluation on their own Human Rights (청소년의 폭력피해경험과 인권의식: 우울과 자기인권평가의 매개효과)

  • Kim, Youngmi
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.12
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    • pp.267-280
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of adolescent victimization on human rights consciousness and the mediating effects of depression and evaluation on their own human rights among adolescents. A total of 3,662 middle school student data from '2014 Korean Children and Youth Human Rights Survey' were used for the study. This study analysed a hypothesized research model using structural equation modeling. The main findings on structural model are as follows: First, victimization did not have a direct influence on human rights consciousness but had an indirect effect through a mediating role of evaluation on their own human rights. Secondly, victimization were related to human rights consciousness through double mediating paths of depression and evaluation on their own human right. Finally, human rights education, a control variable, had an indirect effect on human rights consciousness through self-evaluation on human rights. The results of this study suggest some implications for practical intervention and further research on the relation between adolescent victimization and human rights consciousness.

Nursing Students' Awareness of Human Rights and Influencing Factors (간호대학생의 인권의식에 영향을 미치는 요인)

  • Hong, Sun-Woo;Kim, Ji-Soo;Hyun, Hye-Jin
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.6
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    • pp.260-269
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    • 2011
  • This study was done to identify awareness of human rights in nursing students, and to evaluate the factors affecting human rights for nursing students. A cross-sectional design was used, with a convenience sample of 440 nursing students from two university in Incheon and Kangwon province. The score for right consciousness was much higher than duty consciousness inherent in human rights. The predicting factor for human rights was mother's rearing attitude in terms of autonomy and this factor explained 7.6% of human rights for nursing students. There was a significant difference on human rights for nursing students according to age and awareness of human rights were related to perceived parents' rearing attitude, self-esteem, psychological home environment.

Path analysis on child abuse and neglect, self-esteem, and consciousness of human rights among children at community children centers (지역아동센터 아동이 인식한 방임과 학대, 자아존중감, 그리고 인권의식의 경로분석연구)

  • Kim, Yong Hoi;Han, Chang-Keun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Child Welfare
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    • no.58
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    • pp.141-170
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    • 2017
  • As child neglect and abuse have emerged as social problems deteriorating human rights of children, this study aimed to examine the impacts of child neglect and abuse at community children centers on consciousness of human rights. In addition, this study examined whether self-esteem mediated the relationship between child neglect and abuse and consciousness of human rights. From the community children center panel data, 630 fifth-year children at elementary schools were included as a sample. Key findings of structural equation modeling can be summarized as follows: (1) Child neglect and abuse were found to have negative impacts on children's self-esteem and consciousness of human rights, respectively; (2) self-esteem was positively related to consciousness; (3) self-esteem partially mediated the relationship between child neglect and consciousness; (4) the impact of child abuse on consciousness of human rights was found to be perfectly mediated by self-esteem. We conclude by suggesting policy and practice implications to promote human right-friendly environments.

Stress and Experience of Doing Harm: Moderating Effects of Human Rights Consciousness (아동청소년의 스트레스와 차별가해경험: 인권의식의 조절효과)

  • Oh, Mi-Ok;Lee, Jin-Hyang
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.18 no.8
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    • pp.494-502
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    • 2018
  • The main objectives of this study are to examine the effects of stress on the experience of doing harm of the children and adolescents and to examine the moderating effect of human rights consciousness on the relationship between the stress and the experience of doing harm. To do this, we analyzed the data obtained from Survey on Human Rights of Children and Adolescents in 2015. The subject is 10,424 from the 4th grade of elementary school to the 3th grade of high school. To investigate the moderating effects of variable, we have conducted a hierarchical regression analysis and confirmed changes in explanatory power. As a result of that, first, it suggests that stress and human rights consciousness have direct effects on the experience of doing harm. This results show that the lower stress and the higher human rights consciousness is, the lower experience of doing harm is. Second, it was found that human rights consciousness is moderating variable on the relationship of between the stress and the experience of doing harm. Based on this results, this study has proposed the implications and limitations of it and suggestions for further study.

A Study on Human Rights Behavior of Korean Care Workerin Long Term Care Facilities: The Interaction Effect of Human Rights Awareness and Service Orientations (장기요양기관 요양보호사의 노인인권옹호행동 영향요인: 개인의 인권의식과 조직의 서비스 지향성을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Min-Kyoung;Kim, Mee-Hye;Kim, Ju-Hyun;Chung, Soon-Dool
    • 한국노년학
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    • v.36 no.3
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    • pp.673-691
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    • 2016
  • As the provision of long-term care policy takes root and with a gradual increase in elderly population, the use of elderly care service has become a growing norm. More than ever, there exists an urgent need for a paradigm shift in the building of an institutional basis for the improvement of care service, from the prevalent practice of 'need based service' toward the concept of 'human rights based service'. A great focus is being shed on care-workers, at the 'front line' of advocating human rights, as their human rights advocacy behaviour is seen as a key variable in providing high quality care service for elders. This study aims to examine how care-workers' individual human rights awareness levels, and the influence of their respective organizations, as an environmental factor, affect their human rights advocacy behaviour. The study includes a comprehensive analysis of the interactions between the regulatory effect of environmental factors (service orientation?) on an organizational level, human rights awareness (individual level) and the service environment (organizational). The analysis sample consisted of 782 registered non-profit corporation of long-term care facilities all over the country in 2014. The findings of the thesis suggest that human rights awareness at individual levels has a significant influence on human rights advocacy behavior. The interaction of human resources management in service orientations was also found to influence human rights advocacy on a significant level. Both human rights awareness at individual level and service orientations at organizational level were thus determined as key variables for improving the human rights awareness of care worker in long-term care facilities in Korea.

A Study on the Human Rights Sensitivity of Employees in the Vagabond Facilities (부랑인복지시설 종사자들의 인권민감성에 관한 연구)

  • Jung, Sun-Young;Kong, Sang-Gil;Im, Eun-Kyung;Chun, Duk-Hee;Oh, Young-Rim
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.62 no.1
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    • pp.263-289
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    • 2010
  • This study did by purpose to be utilized to basic data for elevation of human rights consciousness of homeless facilities employees through examining their human rights consciousness by investigating human rights sensitivity that can grasp degree of human rights consciousness of homeless facilities employees. The human rights sensitivity of 390 homeless facilities employees who are working at 38 facilities around the whole country is compared and investigated. As a result, human rights sensitivity of employees displayed very low score by average 64.55 points in total score 150 points. Human rights sensitivity academic career of employees was shown meaningful difference, and human rights consciousness of substantial administrator is appeared very low in human rights sensitivity by duties. According to the existence and nonexistence of human rights education at the homeless facilities, the employs who had got human rights education shows higher human rights sensitivity than the employs who had not go human rights education. Therefore, regular program that can enforce human rights education Collectively as a formal curriculum in homeless facilities should be established and it's proposed to develop practical and efficient human rights education manual case by case related with the violation of human rights.

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정신지체장애인 상담 및 법률상담 증가

  • Korea Association of Social Workers
    • Social Workers
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    • no.6
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    • pp.52-53
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    • 2006
  • 상담접수와 대응 과정상의 체계적인 인권교육이 필요하며, 인권교육은 단순하게 상담사례를 소개하는 차원을 넘어 인권의식을 함양하는 체계적인 프로그램으로 개발되어져야 할 것이다.

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The Relationship between Human Rights Sensitivity, Interpersonal Caring Behavior, and Biomedical Ethics in Nursing Students Who Have Experienced Clinical Practice (임상실습 경험이 있는 간호대학생의 인권감수성, 대인돌봄행위와 생명의료 윤리의식과의 관계)

  • Kim, Seon-Young
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.21 no.4
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    • pp.410-418
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    • 2020
  • This study examined the correlations between investigating human rights sensitivity, interpersonal caring behavior, and biomedical ethics in nursing students who have clinical practice experience. The data were collected using structured questionnaires for 3rd and 4th grade nursing students who were attending three universities in Gyeonggi-do and Chungcheong-do. As a result of this study, nursing college students' human rights sensitivity, interpersonal caring behavior, and biomedical ethics were scored as 112.23, 3.95, and 2.03 points, respectively. There were significant differences in human rights sensitivity according to major satisfaction (t=3.320. p=.001), clinical practice satisfaction (t=2.557, p=.012), and clinical peer relationship (t=4.234, p<.001), interpersonal care behavior according to major satisfaction (t=3.423. p=.001), clinical practice satisfaction (t=4.364, p<.001), and clinical peer relationship (t=3.708, p=.001), and biomedical ethics according to major satisfaction (t=-2.404, p=.018). Human rights sensitivity showed positive correlations with biomedical ethics (r=.27, p<.01), and interpersonal caring behavior showed a positive correlation with biomedical ethics (r=.17, p<.05). Based on these findings, it is necessary to develop systematic nursing education programs to strengthen interpersonal caring behavior, biomedical ethics, and human rights sensitivity.

Human Rights Sensitivity of Undergraduates in Social Welfare Classes : Focused on Adult Learner in On-line University (사회복지과목 이수 대학생의 인권감수성에 대한 탐색적 연구 : 원격대학 성인학습자를 중심으로)

  • Park, Hyungwon
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.13 no.8
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    • pp.191-200
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    • 2013
  • This study set out to explore the human rights sensitivity of undergraduates who were in the social welfare classes with regards to socio-demographic factors, education experiences in human rights. 251 students' data were collected and analyzed with frequency, ANOVA. Analysis revealed that students' human rights sensitivity level was 2.70(moderate) and the respondents showed high level of sensitivity in work rights of emigration workers and education rights of handicapped children. Among demographic variables, human rights sensitivity was significantly different from major and experiences of attending a social welfare ethics. The students who majored social welfare and who had attended a social welfare ethics showed high human rights sensitivity. There were differences in human rights sensitivity level according to each episode. These findings highlight that in the education of social worker as a human rights professionals it would be necessary to respect students' rights in the classes and to provide student customized human rights education. It was suggested that learning human rights dilemma cases and self reflection processes in classes would be necessary to effective human rights education.