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Policing for Juvenile Delinquency in Korea (청소년범죄에 대한 경찰활동)

  • Lee, Ha-Sub;Jo, Hyun-Bin
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.7
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    • pp.285-297
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    • 2011
  • At recent years, juvenile crime that occurred, that young people have done incredibly cruel and serious intelligence community is making a serious scandal. The relationship between parents and youth crime under the influence of family environment factors and the hypothetical failure of school maladjustment and school factors due to contact with friends, around the area due to hazardous environment, local surroundings and social factors that committed a crime by were Juvenile crime in the real statistics on the rise again, starting the year 2005, and is increasingly young, violent crimes showed a high percentage increases. In order to prevent juvenile crime, these homes, schools, community work together to raise sustainable alternatives are needed. The police, as well as the maintenance of law and institutions, cooperation of youth organizations, increasing activity, such as removing harmful environmental youth leadership program, the flight needs to be improved. Today, juvenile crime is not simply a matter of police activities, school-linked program, police, community-linked programs, such as police comprehensive preparedness and commitment of the authorities is required.

Pathways from Child Abuse to Adolescent School Violence -Focusing on Social Development Model- (청소년의 아동학대 경험이 학교폭력 가해행동에 이르는 경로 -사회발달모델(Social Development Model)을 중심으로)-)

  • Lee, Jihyeon
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare
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    • v.66 no.2
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    • pp.75-99
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study is to examine mediation role of parental attachment, school bonding and delinquent peers in effects of child abuse experience on offending school violence among middle school students. The survey was conducted for boys and girls enrolled in 50 middle schools located in Seoul and Kyung-ki province from October 15 to November 25 in 2012 and total 1,563 were used for final analysis. PASW 18.0, AMOS 18.0 and Mplus were used for statistical analysis. Major findings of this study are as follows. Child abuse experience is analyzed as effecting directly to offending in school violence but also having indirect effecting through mediation process with parental attachment, school bonding and delinquent peers from the analysis of structural equation model. Another finding indicates that multiple indirect effects of parental attachment, school bonding, delinquent peers through Mplus nonlinear analysis, pathways including mediator of parental attachment, school bonding and delinquent peers are verified as statistically significance. Below is discussed for practical and policy implications to prevent school violence in middle school based on this study.

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The Mediating Effect of Perception of Human Rights Victimization between School Violence Victimization and Self-esteem of Adolescents (청소년의 학교폭력 피해경험이 자아존중감에 미치는 영향: 인권피해 인식의 매개효과)

  • Lee, Chang-Seek;Park, Ji-Young;Jang, Ha-Young
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.11
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    • pp.37-44
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    • 2016
  • This study aimed to investigate the mediating effect of perception of human rights victimization between school violence victimization and self-esteem of adolescents. For this study, 554 adolescents were surveyed at B county of Korea from September to November in 2015. Main results of this study were as follows. First, it was found out that school violence victimization was significantly different depending on school level. And perception of human rights victimization was significantly different depending on regions. But self-esteem was not. Second, school violence victimization and human rights victimization were positively correlated. And school violence victimization and self-esteem were negatively correlated. Third, perception of human rights victimization was perfectly mediated between school violence victimization and self-esteem of adolescents. Lastly, policy implications for the students with lower self-esteem due to school violence victimization were suggested.

Effect Factors of Adolescences' Suicide risk (청소년 자살위험성에 영향을 미치는 요인)

  • Kim, Hyun-Ju
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Child Welfare
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    • no.27
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    • pp.69-93
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    • 2008
  • The study tried to identify suicidal factors of adolescences by analyzing effect factors of adolescences' suicide. Demographic factor, Self-respect, depression, suicidal ideation, and school adjustment scale, Social support, self-regulation, and problem solving scale were analyzed as effect factors. 307 junior high and high school students in Pusan city were surveyed by community education experts for this research. As a result, there are significant differences between high suicidal risk group and low suicidal group in all subcategories including economic status. As for the correlation analysis between risk factors and preventive factors, variables, it was analyzed that each variable was correlated to other variables. In addition, multiple regression analysis was conducted to find out affecting factors of adolescence suicide categorized into demographic factor, personal factor, school factor, and social factor. As a result, it was founded that the affecting factors of adolescence suicide were school adjustment, problem solving ability, suicidal ideation, depression and neighborsupport, and self-regulation. That is, to prevent adolescence suicide, the adolescence who are exposed to suicidal risk should be identified by measuring the degree of suicidal ideation, strengthened their school adjustment, and then conducted group therapy to strengthen their problem solving ability and self-regulation. In addition, adolescence suicide can be prevented by strengtheningsocial support for adolescences.

Status and Challenges of Korean Out of School Children Health Check-up (한국 학교 밖 청소년 건강검진의 현황과 과제)

  • Kim, YangHee
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.19 no.7
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    • pp.546-558
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    • 2019
  • Health inequality means health gaps that can be affected adverse effects to the vulnerable groups in a society. Many scholars argue that it is needed social interventions to reduce health gaps between the vulnerable and the privileged in a society, because social inequalities can be caused and resulted health inequality among them. In this context, this article introduces Korean out of school children health check-up as part of the policies to reduce health inequality in the society. For a long time, many out of school children have been alienated from the national health checkup systems. That means they are not only marginalized groups in Korean society, but also excluded from the benefits of health promotion and health management. Many runaway youths are struggling to live by themselves, who are escaped from their families and they don't have enough resources to keep their health. They are also young and low waged workers who are expelled to the streets, while they don't have any support and protection from the communities. Out of school children health checkup has been conducted to the adolescents who stay in the shelters or study in alternative schools. To get meaningful results as the health inequality reduction policy, it is needed to expand out of children health checkup to the runaway teenagers.

A Study of Influence on Adolescent Psychological Well-Being - Focusing on Strengths of Family Life and Satisfaction with School Life in the IT-based Society (청소년의 심리적 안녕감에 미치는 영향력에 관한 연구 -IT기반 사회의 가정생활건강성과 학교생활만족도를 중심으로-)

  • Kwak, Mijung;Kim, Youngmi
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.3
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    • pp.49-57
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    • 2013
  • This study examined influence of strengths of family life and satisfaction with school life on adolescent psychological well-being, particularly targeting at high school students in the rapidly changing IT-based society. In order to investigate influence of factors related to home and school as the main living spaces on improving adolescent psychological well-being, a survey of 251 students at K academic high school in Busan was conducted and then multiple regression analysis was carried out. Firstly, the analysis showed that adolescents' sharing time at home could make a positive impact on their positive interpersonal relationships. It also showed that family bonds could have a positive impact on adolescents' positive interpersonal relationships, the goal of life, and personal growth, and thus satisfaction in communication at home was a factor that could be helpful to environmental control. Secondly, it indicated that adolescents' satisfaction with school life was a factor that had a positive impact on self-acceptance, environmental control, and the goal of life among the sub-factors of psychological well-being. It turned out that peer relationships could have a positive impact on positive interpersonal relationships, likewise school lessons and peer relationships could have a positive impact on autonomy. According to the results of analysis, factors related to strengths of family life and satisfaction with school life could affect adolescent psychological well-being. Therefore, these findings can be applied to establishing major youth policy.

The study on the school resilience of grandparent-grandchildren family adolescent through mediation effect of protective factor (보호요인의 매개효과를 통한 조손가족 청소년의 학교 적응유연성에 관한 연구)

  • Song, Yoo-Mee;Lee, Yun-Hyung
    • Korean Journal of Social Welfare Studies
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    • v.40 no.3
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    • pp.41-68
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    • 2009
  • Grandparent-grandchildren family adolescents(GGFAs) need to be well discussed because they tend to be more influenced by the negative surroundings than ordinary family adolescents. Over the past few years, several studies have been made on the correlation between the risk factor, the protective factor and the school resilience of GGFAs, but these studies have the limit to explain the only correlation between the one factor and the school resilience. So the purpose of this study was to examine not only the direct effect between the risk factor and the protective factor, but also the parametric path and effect that the one factor has influence on the correlation between the another factor and the school resilience of GGFAs. We investigated the 328 GGFAs in Korea, and the analytic method used was the Structural Equation Modeling(SEM). The followings are the results of this paper. It was found that the model adaptability had a considerable validity by inspecting the SEM, which showed not only the direct effect between the risk factor, protective factor and the school resilience of GGFAs, but also the mediation effect by the protective factor. The risk factors - the indifference of teacher, the negative attachment relationship, melancholy, uneasiness etc - had a negative influence on the school resilience of GGFAs. The protective factors - the supporss etteacher, self-esteem etc - had a positive influence on the school resilience of GGFAs. The protective factors were found to reduce the negative influence on the school resilience of GGFAs.

Relationships between Parental Support and Monitoring and School Adjustment in Adolescents from Multicultural Families: Mediating Role of Ego-Resilience (부모의 지지 및 감독이 다문화 청소년의 학교생활적응에 미치는 영향: 자아탄력성의 매개효과)

  • Lim, Yangmi
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.31 no.3
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    • pp.41-55
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    • 2019
  • The present study examined the direct effects of parental support and monitoring on multicultural adolescents' school adjustment and the mediating role of ego-resilience in the relationships, under the condition of controlling foreign mothers' Korean language abilities. We used data from 1,325 1st grade middle school students from multicultural families, who participated in the Multicultural Adolescent Panel Survey(MAPS) administered by the National Youth Policy Institute(NYPI). Structural equation modeling analysis revealed the following: parental support and monitoring directly and positively related with multicultural adolescents' school adjustment, and the direct effect of parental support on the school adjustment of multicultural adolescents was greater than that of parental monitoring. In addition, the adolescents' ego-resilience partially mediated the relationships between parental support and monitoring, and their school adjustment. Finally, we recommended the roles of parent education and home economics education in supporting school adjustment and elevating ego-resilience in multicultural adolescents.

The Effects of Solution-focused Group Art Therapy on School Life Adjustment of the Maladjusted Adolescents (해결중심 집단미술치료가 학교부적응 청소년의 학교생활적응에 미치는 효과)

  • Yang, Jee-Won;Kim, Hyung-Mo
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.5
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    • pp.661-673
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    • 2015
  • This study is about the effects of the solution-focused group art therapy which was implemented for school maladjusted adolescents. The pre-test was conducted for 30 students who had difficulties to adapt school life in K middle school at K city, Gyeonggi province. 20 out of the 30 students were chosen to the participants for this study and randomly divided into an experimental group and control group, with 10 in each group. The experimental group received a 12 session solution-focused group art therapy including pre- and post-tests. This study found that the solution-focused group art therapy program improved the school life adaptation competency of the participants. In conclusion, the findings suggest that the solution-focused group art therapy can be a good approach to help adolescents to improve their school life adaptation ability.