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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1997;18(1): 23-38.
보육시설내 성별에 따른 영아와 교사 및 또래간의 사회적 상호작용
이순형, 김정연
The sex difference in infants' verbal and nonverbal interactions with their teacher and peers
Soon Hyung Yi,Jung Yeon Kim
Abstract
This study investigated the difference between infant verbal and nonverbal interactions with a partner (teacher or peer). The subjects were 20 two-year-old infants (10 boys and 10 girls, mean age 31.3 months). Verbal and nonverbal interactions were videotaped during one hour of indoor free play per child in the Center. In verbal interaction, (1) boys spoke to themselves more than girls did, and (2) girls gave orders (imperatives, requests, and prohibitions) to peers and teachers more than boys did. In non-verbal interactions, (1) girls nodded to teachers more than boys did, (2) boys came closer to peers more than girls did, and (3) girls refused by gestures to peers more than boys did. In conclusion, the majority of the boys could be classified as peer-oriented and physically active in their interactions.
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