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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2014;35(5): 15-35.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2014.35.5.15
첫 자녀 출산 후 취업모와 전업모의 양육스트레스 변화:자녀가치, 양육지식, 자녀미래기대가 미치는 영향을 중심으로
송영주 , 이미란 , 천희영
Contents : Parenting Stress Changes in Both of Continuous Working and Non-Working Mothers After the Birth of Their First Child:A Focus on the Effects of the Values, Knowledge and Expectations about Their Children
Young Joo Song , Mi Ran Lee , Hui Young Chun
The purpose of this study was to investigate parenting stress changes in both continuous working and continuous non-working mothers after the birth of their first child and their relationships with the cognitive variables about child-rearing, using the 3rd Panel Study on Korean Children(PSKC) by the Korea Institute of Child Care and Education(KICCE). The results revealed that the parenting stress of the non-working mothers was higher than the stress experienced by the working mothers. The increase in stress was only found both groups between the second year and the third year of childbirth. The total explanatory power of the knowledge, values and expectations regarding their children saw stress increase for the working mothers, but saw it decrease for the non-working mothers. Finally, the emotional value surrounding parenthood was the most powerful variable for both groups, with the exception of the non-working mothers` stress, as experienced in the first year.
Key Words: parenting stress, working mothers, non-working mothers, Panel Study on Korean Children
주요어: 양육스트레스, 취업모, 전업모, 한국아동패널연구
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