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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2014;35(2): 171-189.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2014.35.2.171
남녀 초기 청소년의 부모-자녀 간 갈등이문제행동에 미치는 영향과 갈등해결능력의 조절효과
장혜인 , 박주희
The Effects of Parent-Child Conflict on Behavior Problems in EarlyAdolescent Boys and Girls:The Moderating Role of Conflict Resolution
Hye In Jang , Ju Hee Park
Abstract
This study examined the influences of parent-child conflict and conflict resolution on behavior problems experienced in early adolescence by both boys and girls, and investigated whether conflict resolution had any moderating effects upon the relation between parent-child conflict and these behavior problems. The participants of this study were 397 first and second graders (193 boys and 204 girls) from three middle schools located in Seoul and Gyoung-gi province. To measure the research variables, the Korean-Youth Self Report by Oh et al. (2010), the short version of Conflict Behavior Questionnaire (Homes, 2012), and the Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument (Cha & Cheon, 2011) were used. The data were analyzed by means of descriptive statistics, t-test, multiple regression analysis, and hierarchical regression analysis. The results indicated that both for boys and girls, the level of parent-child conflict increased the levels of both externalizing and internalizing behavior problems whereas conflict resolution had no significant effect on behavior problems. In addition, in the case of boys only, conflict resolution moderated the effect of father-child conflict on internalizing behavior problems.
Key Words: early adolescence, behavior problems, parent- child conflict, conflict resolution
주요어: 초기 청소년기, 문제행동, 부모-자녀 간 갈등, 갈등해결능력
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