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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 33(6); 2012 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 2012;33(6): 109-131.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2012.33.6.109
가정문해환경, 어머니의 문해신념과 양육효능감이 유아와 어머니의 그림책 읽기 상호작용에 미치는 영향
최나야
The Effects of the Home Literacy Environment, Mother`s Literacy Beliefs, and Parenting Efficacy on the Interaction between Preschoolers and Mothers in Terms of Reading Picture Books
Na Ya Choi
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of the home literacy environment, mother`s literacy belief and parenting efficacy in terms of the interaction which occurs during reading picture books between mothers and preschoolers. Questionnaires from 378 5-year-olds` mothers in Seoul and Kyunggi province were analysed. The findings from the validated structural equation model constructed with these variables were as follows. First, the home literacy environment, the mother`s literacy beliefs and the mother`s general parenting efficacy affected the quantity, and the quality of interaction whilst reading books with preschoolers. Second, the mother`s efficacy in education and communication had a direct impact on the quantity of the interaction during reading books through the mediation of the home literacy environment, and had an indirect effect on the quality of the interaction whilst reading books, respectively. Third, the mother`s efficacy in communication directly accounted for the quality of the interaction which occurs whilst reading books with children.
Key Words: home literacy environment, literacy belief, parenting efficacy, picture books, interaction for reading
주요어: 가정문해환경, 문해신념, 양육효능감, 그림책, 읽기 상호작용
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