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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2002;23(4): 89-104.
청소년 자녀의 일상생활에 대한 부모의 파악 정도와 관리 노력 : 학년에 따른 변화
Parental Knowledge and Monitoring of the Daily Activities of Adolescents : Difference by Grade in School
Yu Mee Rah,Yon Jin Lim
Associations between parents` knowledge of their adolescent child`s daily activities, 3 sources of parental knowledge, children`s feelings of being controlled, and the child-reported parent-child relationship were explored among 161 seventh grade, 158 eighth, 145 tenth, and 142 eleventh grade boys. Children`s spontaneous disclosure explained more parental knowledge of their daily activities than parental solicitation or parental control. For 10th grade children, the association between parental control and children`s feelings of being controlled was moderated by the mother-child relationship. Tenth and eleventh grade children`s disclosure were more strongly associated with parent-child relationship than with parental control and children`s feelings of being controlled.
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