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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 17(1); 1996 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 1996;17(1): 189-212.
양육행동 및 형제관계와 아동의 자존감과의 관계 연구 : - 자존감에 대한 양육행동 및 형제관계의 독립적 기여와 상호작용 효과 -
박영애, 정옥분
Parental Childrearing , Behavior , children's Sibling relationships and Children's Self - Esteem
Young Yae Park,Ock Boon Chung
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate how parental childrearing behavior and children`s sibling relationships are related to children`s self-esteem. 440 middle class families consisting of two children and their parents were the subjects of this study. The research instruments included a childrearing behavior questionnaire, the Sibling Relationships Questionnaire (Furman & Buhrmester, 1985), and the Self-Perception Profile for Children (Harter, 1985). Analyses of the data included correlation analysis, canonical correlation, regression, stepwise multiple regression, and MANOVA with stepwise discriminant analysis as the follow-up test. The most powerful predictors of children`s self-esteem were the Warmth-Acceptance of childrearing behavior and the Warmth-Closeness of sibling relationships. The self-esteem dimension was best predicted by parental childrearing behavior and by children`s sibling relationships was Global Self-Worth. Behavioral Conduct was best predicted by the Rejection-Restriction factor of childrearing, and by Conflict (for boys) and Rivalry (for girls) factors of sibling relationships. Children`s self-esteem was related more strongly to the Warmth-Acceptance and the Rejection-Restriction of opposite-sex parents. The effects of PermissivenessNonintervention were stronger in same-sex parent-child dyads. Parental childrearing behaviors accounted for boy`s self-esteem better than girl`s with the exception of Behavioral Conduct. Sibling relationships accounted for girl`s self-esteem better than boy`s. The 2
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