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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2013;34(1): 35-51.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2013.34.1.35
아동학회지 : 부모효능감 관련변인에 대한 메타분석
이회성 , 유순화
Korean Journal of Child Studies : A Meta-Analysis of Variables Related to Parenting Efficacy
Hwe Seong Lee , Soon Hwa Yoo
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to synthesize research findings on the relationship between parenting efficacy and the variables related to it as well as to produce results using meta-analysis. The following questions guide this study: Which variables are frequently conducted in research related to parenting efficacy? What is the effect size of each variable? The 65 studies whose results are analyzed in this paper were collected via a search for investigations focusing on ``parenting efficacy``. The studies were used for meta-analysis in which eleven variables were selected. The results of the analysis indicate that a large effect size is produced by the parenting stress in a negative direction. A higher than medium effect size occurs on the basis of parenting beliefs in a negative direction. A higher than medium effect size is also caused by the father`s involvement in child care and social support. A medium effect size is produced on the basis of children`s temperament and a small effect size is the result of the mother`s academic background parenting knowledge and parent`s income. There is no relationship between parenting efficacy and children`s gender.
Key Words: parenting efficacy, the variables related to parenting efficacy, meta-analysis, effect size
주요어: 부모효능감 및 양육효능감, 관련변인, 메타분석, 효과크기
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