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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 24(3); 2003 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 2003;24(3): 87-98.
자녀의 일상생활에 대한 부모의 관리와 청소년의 일탈행동, 자아존중감 간의 관계
나유미 , 임연진
The Relationship of Parental Monitoring to Deviant Behaviors and Self-Esteem in Adolescents
Yu Mee Rah , Yon Jin Lim
Abstract
This study examined links between parental monitoring of child`s daily activities, 3 sources of parents` knowledge, and children`s deviant behaviors and self-esteem. Participants were 276 tenth grade boys. Children completed questionnaires about parental monitoring and their own internal adjustments and deviant behaviors. High parental control was linked to less deviant behavior in children regardless of children`s feelings of being controlled. The association between parental control and children`s feelings of being controlled was moderated by children`s depression. Parental control was not related to children`s depression and self-esteem, and further, children`s feelings of being controlled were not related to self-esteem after controlling for depression. The findings suggest that parental control efforts are an effective way to prevent children`s deviant behaviors.
Key Words: adolescents, parental monitoring, deviant behaviors, depression, self-esteem
주요어: 청소년, 부모의 관리, 일탈행동, 우울, 자아존중감
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