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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2005;26(1): 299-315.
전래동화와 창작동화에 표현된 부모의 양육행동 연구
김정원 , 남규
Parenting Behaviors Represented in Traditional Fairy Tales and Creative Stories
Jung Won Kim , Kyu Nam
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analyze the parenting behaviors which are represented in traditional fairy tales and creative stories. In this study the parenting behaviors of 44 traditional fairy tales and 52 creative stories for young children were analyzed according to the Korean Maternal Behavior Inventories (KMBI). The results are as follows : First, active participation, affectionate behaviors, reasonable guide, and consistency were represented more in creative stories than in traditional fairy tales and authoritarian control was represented more in traditional fairy tales than in creative stories. Second, fathers in creative stories participated more actively in their children`s teaching than fathers on traditional fairy tales. Third, mothers in creative stories showed more affectionate parenting behaviors, participated more actively and showed more consistency in the relationship with their children. Fourth, the parents in traditional fairy tales showed more achievement-oriented parenting behaviors, especially in father-son relationship than others.
Key Words: parenting behaviors, traditional fairy tales, creative stories
주요어: 양육행동, 전래동화, 창작 동화
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