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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2012;33(6): 207-225.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2012.33.6.207
대상관계 접근의 반성적 부모교육 과정에서 나타난 아버지의 부모역할 수행에 대한 반성적 발화의 의미
정계숙 , 고은경 , 하은실
The Meanings of Reflective Utterances by Fathers Regarding their Paternal Role:A Study on the Process of Reflective Parent Education Based on Object Relation Theory
Kai Sook Chung , Eun Kyung Goh , Eun Sil Ha
This study examined the meanings of reflective utterances fathers regarding their paternal role and the relationship of this to the process of a reflective parent education program for fathers whose children had been referred to psychotherapy. The subjects were 2 fathers aged in their late-thirties of 2 children with emotional behavioral problems. The father education program consisted of contents based on object relation theory. The reflective dialogues between fathers and the parent educator in the process of the program were analyzed. The meanings of the reflective utterances made by the fathers were indicated to be the understanding of the relationship between child`s problematic behaviors and family dynamics, a reflection on their oppressive child rearing behaviors, the awareness of the necessity for emotional exchange with family members, the importance of cooperation between both the mother and father when it comes to child rearing, and the values at the heart of being together with children. The implications of the results were also discussed
Key Words: object relation, parent education, father`s role, reflection
주요어: 대상관계, 부모교육, 아버지의 역할, 반성
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