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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1999;20(2): 41-55.
3 세 이하 자녀를 둔 전문 사무직 취업모의 양육스트레스 - 어머니 역할관과 지원체계를 중심으로 -
Dual - Career Parenting Stress : Effects of Mother's Values and Support systems
Hee Kyung Kang,Bok Hee Cho
This study examined the effects of support systems and traditional value beliefs about the role of women on the parenting stress of dual-career mothers. The subjects were 203 employed mothers with one child 4- to 36-months of age. The influential independent variables affecting parenting stress listed in order of significance were satisfaction with child care, value placed on traditional maternal roles, sex of child, and cost of child care. Contrary to the researchers assumptions, social support systems had no effect on parenting stress. The results of this study have implications for formal and informal support systems for employed mothers with young children.
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