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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2013;34(5): 127-144.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2013.34.5.127
청소년의 만성질환이 또래관계에 미치는 영향:자신이 평가한 건강상태와 자아탄력성의 매개효과 검증
이보람 , 박혜준 , 이강이
Contents : Korean Adolescents` Physical Health and Peer Relationships: The Mediating Effects of Self-perceived Health Status and Resilience
Bo Ram Lee , Hye Jun Park , Kang Yi Lee
The purpose of this study was (1) to examine the impact of chronic diseases on adolescent`s peer relationships, and (2) to investigate the mediating effect of self-perceived health status and resilience on the relationship between their physical health states and peer relationships. The authors used the first-wave panel data from ``the Korean Children-Youth Panel Survey``. The sample included 2,351 first-grade of middle school students(boys 50.1%, girls 49.9%). Among the subjects examined 48.11% had chronic diseases. Using maximum likelihood estimation with Amos18(Arbuckle, 2009), SEM software, structural equation modeling was tested. The major findings were as follows:1. Adolescents` chronic diseases had a negative impact on peer relationships. 2. Self-perceived health status and resilience had a mediating effect. This suggests that self-perceived health status and resilience could be protective factors when it comes to perceive peer relationships more positively for adolescents with chronic diseases. 3. Resilience was directly affected by self-perceived health status. This indicates that positive self-perception about their health status encourages adolescents with chronic diseases to be more resilient and to more positively affect their perception of their relationships with peers.
Key Words: adolescent`s health, chronic diseases, peer relationship, resilience, self-perceived health status
주요어: 청소년건강, 만성질환, 또래 관계, 자아탄력성, 자신이 평가한 건강상태
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