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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 13(1); 1992 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 1992;13(1): 99-111.
가족구조 변인에 따른 정상가정 아동과 결손가정 아동의 성격특성에 관한 연구
이미옥, 고정자
A Study on the Characteristics on the Children's Personality of the Normal Home and the Broken Home
Mi Ok Lee,Jung Ja Ko
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to investigate how the broken home influence the personality development. in comparison of the personal characters of the child of broken home with those of the child of normal home. The subjects of this study were 111 broken homes children and 183 normal homes children of 5th grade. sampled from elementary schools in Busan. The instrument used in this study was the character inventory prepared by Lee Sang Rho, etc. The result of the personality test was compared according to each variable(as follows) and the mean(M) standard deviation(SD) and T-test were obtained. The result of the analysis are as follows: 1. The child of normal homes is superior in superiority than the child of broken homes 2. The boys of normal homes are superior in sociability than the boys of broken homes, boys of broken homes, but there was no outstanding difference between the girls of normal homes and the girls of broken homes. 3. In the case of extended family, there was no outstanding difference between the child of normal homes and the child of broken homes, but in the case of nuclear family, the child of normal homes is superior in sociability and superiority than the child of broken homes. 4. In the case of only child homes, there was no outstanding difference between the child of normal homes and the child of broken homes, but in the case of sibling child homes, the child of normal homes is superior in sociability and superiority than the child of broken homes.
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