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Child Health Nurs Res > Volume 15(4):2009 > Article
Journal of Korean Academy of Child Health Nursing 2009;15(4):392-400.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4094/jkachn.2009.15.4.392
Effects of Child-rearing Attitude and Parent-School Age Communication on Self-Efficacy of School-age Children.
Yeon Ran Hong
Department of Nursing, Chodang University, Muan, Korea. yrhong@chodang.ac.kr
Abstract
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify influences of child-rearing attitude and parent-school age communication on self-efficacy of 5th and 6th graders. METHODS: Data were collected using questionnaires from 460 5th and 6th graders in S city. The data were analyzed using SPSS WIN program. RESULTS: There were significant differences in child-rearing attitude according to gender, mother's level of education, perceived atmosphere and religion. Self-efficacy was significantly correlated with school record, family income, mother's level of education, father's level of education, and perceived atmosphere. There were significant differences in communication with father according to father's level of education, and perceived atmosphere. Communication with mother was significantly correlated with father's level of education, mother's level of education and perceived atmosphere. The relative influence toward the children's self-efficacy shown in the order of importance was as follows; child-rearing attitude, school record, communication with mother, communication with father, father's level of education, family income. CONCLUSION: From the study, self-efficacy appears to be influenced by multiple factors such as child-rearing attitude, school record, communication with mother, communication with father, father's level of education, and family income.
Key words: Child-rearing attitude; Communication; Self-efficacy
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