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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2000;21(2): 119-133.
한국과 일본 아버지의 자녀양육 행동의 비교
강란혜
Career vs . Child : Differences in the child - Rearing Practices of Korean and Japanese Fathers
Ran Hye Kang
Abstract
This research examined factors that differentiate the child-rearing practices of 495 Japanese fathers living in Tokyo and 526 Korean fathers living in Seoul. All subjects were fathers of school-age children, Findings were that the sense of devotion/reward in life is the decisive variable behind affection in the child-rearing practices of fathers of both nations, In the Japanese sample, the less they felt financial burdens and psychological constraints, the more affection shown in their child-rearing practices. In the Korean sample, more affection was noted among fathers whose primary views on child-rearing were centered on the continuity of the family line. Such socio-demographic variables as fathers working long hours and/or mothers working outside the home had a negligible influence of affection driven child-rearing practices of both groups.
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