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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2001;22(2): 77-90.
어머니 - 유아간 상호작용에서 나타난 전략과 질
Strategy and Quality of Interactions between Mothers and Their Children
Hae Kyoung Kim,Hee Jin Kim
This study used 2 coordination tasks to examine the strategy and quality of interactions between mothers and their children. Results were: (1) Most frequently employed strategies of mothers were feedback, orders, explanations followed by questions and opinions. Most frequently employed strategies of children were offering opinions followed by recognition and explanation. (2) In mother-initiated interactions, the mother`s-question/child`s-opinion sequence was most frequent, and child`s acceptance of mother`s order, explanation, suggestion, or opinion; child`s question to mother`s order, and child`s explanation were also frequent. In child-initiated interactions, child`s-opinion/mother`s-feedback occurred most frequently. Mothers` feedback to child`s explanation, acceptance, and question was also observed. (3) When mothers and children used strategies of low quality, such as rejection or reprimand, the interactions tended to be negative.
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