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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1990;11(1): 15-28.
아동의 부모권위개념 발달에 관한 연구 - Damon의 권위개념단계에 따른 분석 -
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A study on Parental Authority Concept Development in Children : Analysis of Damon's Levels of Authority Concept
Kyung Hee Kim
Abstract
The purpose of this study was (1) to investigate and order the levels of parental authority concepts established by Damon, and (2) to investigate the relationship between the development of parental authority concepts and the child`s age and sex. The subjects of this study were 120 children from an elementary school in Seoul. There were 40 subjects (20 males and 20 females) in each of three age groups: 8-, 10-, and 12-year-olds. The subjects were interviewed individually using Damon`s(1977) open-ended questions concerning family rules. Responses to the assessment questions were coded as positive or negative, and responses to the judgement concept questions were coded into 6 levels. Statistical analysis of obtained data was by percentage, Spearman correlation using an ordinal scale, two-way analysis of variance, and Duncan test. The results showed that (1) the developmental levels of parental authority concepts established by Damon conformed to an ordinal scale, and (2) the development of parental authority concepts was related to child`s age but not to child`s sex.
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