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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 25(4); 2004 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 2004;25(4): 191-200.
아동의 우울에 영향을 미치는 어머니 관련변인에 관한 연구
우희정 , 최정미
The Study on the Effect of the Maternal Parenting Stress on the Children Depression
Hee Jung Woo , Jung Mi Choi
Abstract
The purpose of this research is to delineate the effect of maternal variables of the children`s depression. Such variables as the mother`s age, her education level and maternal parenting stress have been chosen for the analysis. The sample subject were 659 pairs of fifth/sixth grade of elementary school and first/second grade of middle school and their mothers. The data were analyzed frequency, percentage, factor analysis, Cronbach`s alpha, ANOVA, Pearson`s correlation, and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The major findings of the research are as follows : First, the children`s depression is significantly related to mother`s education level but the children`s depression is not significantly related to mother`s age. Second, parenting stress related to temperament, relationship and learning expectation is significantly related to children`s depression. Third, the result of step multiple regression analysis on the effects of the maternal variables to the children`s depression indicates that maternal parenting stress related to temperament, relationship and mother education level are the significant contributing factor. All in all, the maternal variables account for 7% of the children`s depression score.
Key Words: Depression, Parenting Stress, Stress related to Temperament, Stress related to Relationship, Stress related to Learning Expectation
주요어: 우울, 양육스트레스, 기질과 관련된 스트레스, 관계로 인한 스트레스, 학습기대와 관련된 스트레스
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