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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2005;26(1): 317-328.
남녀아 어머니의 양육효능감과 사회적 지원, 스트레스 및 아동의 기질
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Parenting Self-Efficacy, Social Support, Stress, and Children`s Temperament Among Korean Boy`s and Girl`s Mothers
Hyung Sung Choe
Abstract
This study investigated the effects of mothers` perceived social support, stress, and children`s temperament on parenting self-efficacy of boy`s and girl`s mothers among 416 Korean mothers living in Seoul, Korea. Results showed that mothers` parenting self-efficacy of boys and girls were positively related to mothers` perceived social support and children`s temperament. On the other hand, parenting self-efficacy of both boys` and girls` mothers were negatively related to mothers` stress. Multiple regression indicated that mothers` perceived social support and children`s temperament were the significant predictors for mothers` parenting self-efficacy of boys and girls. Husbands` support, support from social network, approach-withdrawal, and activity level-general were the significant predictors for mothers` parenting self-efficacy of boys. Husbands` support, support from social network, conflict with their children, transition of husband`s job, difficulty of finance and business were the significant predictors for mothers` parenting self-efficacy of girls. Husbands` support was the strongest predicator of mothers` parenting self-efficacy of boys and girls.
Key Words: mother, social support, stress, temperament, parenting self-efficacy, child`s sex
주요어: 어머니, 사회적 지원, 스트레스, 기질, 양육효능감, 아동의 성
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