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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1993;14(1): 167-177.
모 - 자녀간의 의사소통유형과 청소년의 자아정체감에 관한 연구
권혜진, 윤종희
Mother - Adolescent Communication Patterns and Ego - Identity Development in Adolescents
Hye Jin Kwon,Chang Hee Yoon
Abstract
ng family background factors (i. e. adolescents` sex, mother`s educational level and employment status. family`s SES, and family types), mother-adolescent communication patterns and ego-identity development of adolescents. The subjects were 169 mother-adolescent dyads living in Seoul. Statistical methods used for the data analysis were frequencies, percentiles, Mean, ANOVA, Duncan`s multiple range test, Pearson`s product-moment correlation, regression analysis, ANCOVA, and Cronbach`s α. The results were as follows: (1) Significant differences of the adolescents were between family`s SES and open communication patterns, between family types and problematic communication patterns. (2) Significant differences of the mothers were between family`s SES and open communication patterns, and among family`s SES, mother`s educational level and problematic communication patterns. (3) There were significant differences in ego-identity of adolescents according to family`s SES. (4) There were significant relationships between mother-adolescent communication patterns and the ego-identity development of adolescents. (5) The most influential variable explaining adolescents` ego-identity development was found to be problematic communication patterns perceived by adolescents. Family background factors and mother`s communication patterns were not found to have significant effects.
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