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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2004;25(2): 81-92.
저소득층 아동의 학교 적응: 아동이 지각한 부모의 양육행동과 아동의 자아정체감을 중심으로
민하영 , 권기남
The School Adjustment of Children of Low-Income Families: Ego-Identity and Perceptions of Parenting Behaviors
Min Ha Yeong , Kwon Gi Nam
Abstract
This study examined whether parenting behaviors as perceived by low-income children have indirect effects on their school adjustment through ego-identity. The subjects were 148 6th grade children selected from three elementary schools in Seoul; family income was less than 2,000,000 won, Statistical techniques were Person`s Correlation and Simple and Multiple Regression. Findings were that ⑴ Perceived parenting behavior was a significant predictor of the school adjustment in low-income children. ⑵ Perceived parenting behavior was a significant predictor of the ego-identity of low-income children. ⑶ When the effect of perceived supportive parenting behaviors was controlled, the effect of ego-identity of low-income children was significant. However, when the effect of ego-identity of low-income children was controlled, the effect of perceived supportive parenting behaviors became non-signigicant.
Key Words: Low-income children, perceived parenting behaviors, school adjustment, ego-identity
주요어: 저소득층 아동, 지각된 양육행동, 학교 적응, 자아정체감
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