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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1990;11(1): 72-86.
부모와 교사가 지각한 배척 소외 아동의 행동상의 문제에 관한 연구
Behavior Problems of Peer - Rejected and Peer - Neglected Children : Parent and Teacher Perspectives
Ock Kyung Hwang
The purpose of this study was to investigate possible differences in the behavior problems of peer-rejected and peer-neglected children in relation to parent and teacher perspectives. The subjects in this study were 239 children and their parents(fathers:37, mothers:155, father+mother pairs:47) and 10 teachers in the fifth grade of a public elementary school located in Seoul. The sociometric assessment methods were positive and negative peer nominations. On the basis of this sociometric assessment, children were assigned to one of 4 categories in degree of popularity: 65 popular, 53 average, 62 rejected, and 59 neglected children. Parents and teachers rated child behavior on the Achenbach and Edelbrock Child Behavior Checklist(CBCL) for parents and Teacher`s Report Form(TRF) were used. The obtained data were analyzed by one-way MANOVA and Duncan Multiple Range Test. Rejected children were found to exhibit more behavior problems than neglected, popular, or average children. Neglected children, however, did not exhibit more behavior problems than children of average status.
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