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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2013;34(4): 83-104.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2013.34.4.83
아동,청소년친화도시 평가지표 개발 및 타당화 연구
흥승애 , 이쟁연
A Study on the Development and Validation of the Assessment Tool for Child Friendly Cities
Seung Ae Hong , Jae Yeon Lee
The purpose of this study is to develop assessment tools to diagnose the child friendly level in a given community. To develop such assessment tools, the literature related 10 this issue was reviewed, and in order to reflect Korea specific social and cultural characteristics, 198 children and adolescents and 104 parents were interviewed in depth. The questionnaires were classified as objective tools and subjective tools by means of a content validity lest by experts and a verification by preliminary survey. Objective tools are defi.ned as those which are used by professionals to check facts based on laws and institutions. 20 objective questionnaires were created and completed. In contrast, subjective tools were used to check the subjective perceptions of children, adolescents and parents on their community environments. Subjective tools were collected as the basis for the data for construct validity and was calculated to verify the validity. For this pUJPOSe, 432 children and adolescents between 11 and 18 and 201 parents living in Seoul, Daejeon and Hwaseong (n=633) were surveyed. Subjective tools, 33 questions in 6 areas were created and completed for parents and for children and adolescents, 30 questions in 5 areas were created and completed.
Key Words: Child Friendly Cities, Child Friendly Communities, Chilfren`s Rights
주요어: 아동, 청소년친화도시, 아동, 청소년친화지역사회, 아동 권리
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