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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association 2005;43(4):111-123.
어머니의 양육효능감에 관한 연구
Korean Mothers' Parenting Self-Efficacy
Hyung Sung Choe
Dept. of Child Care and Computer Education, Hyechon College
ABSTRACT
This study investigated the effects of child, mother, and family characteristics on parenting self-efficacy of 416 Korean mothers living in Seoul Korea. The results showed that mother's parenting self-efficacy was positively related to mother's perceived social support, child's temperament, and family income, but negatively related to mother' stress. Mother's educational parenting self-efficacy among parenting self-efficacy was positively related to mother's perceived social support, child's temperament, and mother's educational level, but negatively related to mother' stress and family income. Multiple regression indicated that mother characteristics were a strong predicator of mother's parenting self-efficacy. Especially, husband's support among mother characteristics was the strongest predicator of mother's parenting self-efficacy.
Keywords: 양육효능감, parenting self-efficacy, 스트레스, stress, 기질, temperament, 사회적 지원, social support
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