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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2013;34(2): 43-61.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2013.34.2.43
다문화가정 어머니의 한국어수준과 한국거주기간이 양육행동에 미치는 영향: 양육지식과 문화적응 유형의 매개를 중심으로
The Effects of Korean Language Levels and Years of Residence in Korea on the parenting Behaviors of Marriage- immigrant Mothers: Focusing on the Mediating Roles of Parenting Knowledge and Acculturation Patterns
Sun Young Jung
This study examined the effects of Korean language levels and years of residence in Korea of marriage-immigrant mothers on their parenting behaviors. It also examined the mediating roes of parenting knowledge and acculturation patterns. To do this paper made use of data collected from 130 mothers participating knowledge did not mediate Korean language levels as well as years of residence in Korea and parenting behaviors. Second, years of residence in Korea indirectly affected parenting behaviors through the acculturation patterns of integration and assimilation but did not appear to do so directly. Third, Korean language levels did not have a linear relationship with acculturation. Fourth, higher Korean language levels were correlated with higher levels of overprotection of children.
Key Words: marriage-immigrant mothers, acculturation, Korean language levels, years of residence in Korea
주요어: 다문화가정 어머니, 문화적응, 한국어수준, 한국거주기간
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