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[2019, 13-2] A Structural Analysis among Parents’ Educational Enthusiasm, Children’s Self-esteem, Internalized/externalized Problem and School Adjustment: Multi-Group Analysis according to Children
- chief of researchJunghye Sung
- researchersChoonkyung Kim
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A Structural Analysis among Parents’ Educational Enthusiasm, Children’s Self-esteem, Internalized/externalized Problem and School Adjustment: Multi-Group Analysis according to Children's Gender
Junghye Sung and Choonkyung Kim
The study’s purpose is to examine how educational enthusiasm of parent, self-esteem and internalized/externalized problem affect school adjustment and how these variables were related to children's gender. The data of this study is PSKC's 9th data by KICCE. The main results of this study were as follow. First, educational enthusiasm of father, self-esteem, externalized problem and school adjustment had significant differences between groups depending on children's gender. Second, the influence of educational enthusiasm of father and externalized problem showed difference depending on children's gender. In the modern society where infinite competition is required in order to adapt to changes quickly, it is confirmed that the influences of the parents' high educational enthusiasm and the relationship among the variables have different influences according to the gender of the child. The findings can be provided as basic data for the counseling related to school adjustment of the child.
Key words: educational enthusiasm of parent, self-esteem, Internalized/ externalized problem, school adjustment, multi-group analysis