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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 33(2); 2012 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 2012;33(2): 243-261.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2012.33.2.243
아동학회지 : 영유아기 자녀를 둔 어머니의 모-자녀관계와 결혼만족도가 주관적 안녕감에 미치는 영향
박희경 , 윤갑정
Contents : The Effects of the Mother-Child Relationship and Marital Satisfaction on the Subjective Well-Being of Mothers with Young Children
Hee Kyung Park , Gab Jung Yoon
Abstract
This study examined the effects of the mother-child relationship and marital satisfaction on the subjective well-being of mothers with young children. The subjects consisted of 237 mothers with young children. Data were analyzed by means of multiple regression analysis, T-test and one way ANOVA. The results included that 1) There were clear differences in terms of the mother`s level of education, her monthly income in household, and job satisfaction when it came to the subjective well-being of mothers, 2) The mother-child relationship and marital satisfaction were both positively correlated with the cognitive and affective factor (positive affects) of subjective well-being, whereas there were negative correlations with regard to affective factors (negative affects) of subjective well-being. 3) The mother-child relationship and marital satisfaction accounted for 32.5% of subjective well-being. More specifically, marital satisfaction was the most influential variable when it came to determining the level of life satisfaction (which is also a cognitive factor of subjective well-being), whereas the mother-child relationship was the most influential variable when it came to the affective factor of subjective well-being.
주요어: 주관적 안녕감, 모-자녀관계, 결혼만족도 subjective well being the mother child relationship marital satisfaction
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