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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2012;33(1): 63-80.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2012.33.1.63
예비 유아교사의 낙관성에 따른 스트레스 지각과 사회적 지지가 주관적 안녕감에 미치는 영향
The Effects of Stress Perception and Social Support on Subjective Well-being According to the Optimism Levels of Pre-service Early Childhood Teachers
Young Sin Park
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of stress perception and social support on subjective well-being according to differing levels of optimism. The participants in this study were 230 pre-service early childhood teachers, majoring in early childhood education at two universities located in Daegu, Gyeongbuk province. The results of this study could be summarized as follows. First, pre-service early childhood teachers were shown to be more optimistic, be more satisfied with life, and had higher positive emotion rates than average. They also showed lower stress perception and negative emotion rates than average. Second, the highly optimistic group showed higher levels than the less optimistic group in terms of both satisfaction with life and positive emotions. Third, the stress perception in both the highly optimistic group and the less optimistic group had an impact on their satisfaction with life, positive emotions, and negative emotions. The degree of peer support perceived by the highly optimistic group showed an impact on satisfaction with life and negative emotions, whereas the degree of parental support perceived by the less optimistic group showed an impact on their levels of satisfaction with life.
Key Words: optimism, stress perception, social support, subjective well-being
주요어: 낙관성, 스트레스 지각, 사회적 지지, 주관적 안녕감
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