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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1988;9(2): 61-94.
자녀가 지각한 부모의 양육태도 및 이에 영향을 주는 요인
이숙, 박성연
Korean Parents' Child Rearing Attitudes Perceived by their Children : The Influence of Demographic Variables.
Sook LEE,Seong Yeon PARK
The purpose of this study was to investigate the several types of Korean parent`s child rearing attitudes perceived by their children and the related variables. The study included the development of a "Children`s Report of Korean Parent`s Behavior Inventory"(CKPBI). Subjects were 1722 5th and 6th grade elementary school children from 5 urban cities in Korea. CKPBI and a Home Environment Questionnaire were used to gather data for the study. Stepwise multiple regression analysis, cross-tabulation analysis, Pearson correlation analysis, and factor analysis were conducted for the purpose of the study. A CKPBI which consists of 46 items for father`s and 48 items for mother`s was found as both a valid and reliable instrument for measuring the child rearing attitudes of Korean parents. A factor analysis resulted in identifying two factors both for mothers and fathers; they were the "Warmth factor" and "Rejection-Authority factor". Eight types of child rearing attitudes were found for Korean parents. The SES of family significantly predicted Korean parent`s child rearing attitudes. The SES of the family, and sex of the child determined variations in Korean parents` child rearing attitudes. Maternal religion had a significant correlation with both boys` and girls` perceptions of parental attitudes. The results of this study indicate high inconsistency within each parent and high consistency between both parents.
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