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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2001;22(2): 195-203.
영아기 전래놀이노래에 대한 부모의 인식과 적용실태
Parental Perception and Utlization of Traditional Korean Play Songs for Infants
Jung Ae Ohm
This study examined parental perceptions and use of traditional play songs far infants by parent`s age and gender. The 464 subjects living in Daejeon City provided data via questionnaires and recorded tapes. Of 13 play songs for infants, parents were really acquainted only with Jjak-jjak-kkung, Do-ri Do-ri, Gon-ji Gon-ji, and Jam-jam. However, most parents thought traditional play songs are important for the education of the whole child. Mothers and parents in their thirties and forties considered traditional play songs to be more important than did fathers and parents in their twenties. Though infants liked traditional play songs, most parents didn`t use them with their infants because parents knew few traditional play songs and they had little time to play with their infants. Lack of time was a more serious problem for fathers than for mothers.
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