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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2001;22(3): 151-165.
그림 이야기책을 통해 유아가 지각한 어머니의 자녀 발달신념과 양육행동
Developmental Beliefs and parenting Behaviors of Own vs . Desirable Mothers as Perceived Children after Reading Picture Books
Soo Ok Yoo,Young Sim Lim
This study of children`s perceptions own and desirable mothers was based on data gathered from answers to questionnaires by 46 preschoolers living in Chunju. The children listened to the stories of 3 picture books based on the interactionist, maturationist, and behaviorist theories of child development. Parenting behaviors were rated by standards of support and control dimensions. The subjects perceived their own mothers` developmental beliefs in rank order of maturationist, behaviorist and interactionist. Most parenting behaviors were perceived to be punishment. The subjects ranked the developmental beliefs of the most desirable mothers in order of maturationist, interactionist, and behaviorist. The most desirable parenting behaviors were perceived to be affectionate expression, recognition, and cooperation. There was no relationship between own and mothers` developmental belief.
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