• Title, Summary, Keyword: Women's Social Worker in Middle Age

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Mediation Effect of Family Resilience between Family Stress and Social Problem Solving Ability of Women's Social Worker in Middle Age (중년기 여성 사회복지사의 가족스트레스와 사회적 문제해결능력 간 가족탄력성의 매개효과)

  • Song, Yoo-Mee
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.10
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    • pp.235-254
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    • 2016
  • This study examined the mediation effect of the family resilience between the family stress and social problem solving ability of the women social worker and welfare specialist, considering that women's middle age needs the resilience including the adaptation, reestablishment in the family life cycle. The sampling target was the 328 women social workers in the middle age, and it performed the Sobel Test for the mediation effect verification after enforcing the multiple regression analysis, next, it is same. Firstly, the economic problem was most highly severe among the family stress subfactor. Secondly, there was altogether the part mediation effect of the family resilience' subfactors, ie, communication processes, belief systems and organizational patterns between the family stress and social problem solving ability. In conclusion, if the family stress which the middle aged women social worker confronted was accurately analyzed and the family is intervened so that the family resilience functions properly, the social problem solving ability would be able to be improved.

A Descriptive Study on the Economic Activities of Middle-aged Adult Wage Workers

  • Lim, Ahn Na
    • International journal of advanced smart convergence
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    • v.8 no.3
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    • pp.1-6
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    • 2019
  • Adults in their middle age are being held back by their roles through economic activities, but their rapid retirement and job sharing are adding to their anxiety. Also, it is very important to establish welfare policies for the elderly in the future because it can predict the economic situation in the old age through the economic activities of middle-aged adults. My study analyzed the 6th data of Kreis of the National Pension Research Institute's. The number of people studied is 2,552 employed people aged 40 or over 64 across the country. According to the analysis, there were more men than women. There were many high school graduates and 50s. There were many people who had spouses and who lived in the province. Wage workers represented 53.1% of the total. The lower the age, the higher the level of education, the higher the number of wage earners. Only 29% of standard workers and 30.8% of regular workers were employed. There were many economically unstable middle-aged adults. Economic instability in the middle age requires social attention because it can lead to poverty in old age. Therefore, measures should be taken to ensure stable jobs for middle-aged adults, whose spending increases more than their income.