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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1990;11(2): 59-81.
형제간 및 또래간 사회성에 영향을 주는 가족 인구학적 변인
김상희, 박성연
Family - Demographic Variables Affecting Sibling Sociability and Peer Sociability
Sang Hee Kim,Seong Yeon Park
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate family-demographic variables (sibling status, maternal attitude and demographic variables) affecting sibling sociability and peer sociability. Mothers and teachers of 291 kindergarten children were sampled. Specifically, 206 children of two-child families were studied by sibling status to investigate differences in sociability among siblings. Factor analysis, F-test, Pearson correlation, and multiple-analysis of variance were conducted. Sibling sociability and peer sociability were affected by sibling status. Maternal attitude and sibling sociability were positively correlated. The important family-demographic variables for both sibling sociability and peer sociability were maternal affective attitudes and sex of child.
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