Parenting Stress in North Korean Refugee Fathers - Effects of Parenting Stress in North Korean Refugee Fathers on their Parenting Behavior
von Lee, Insook
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This study was to identify effects of parenting stress in North Korean refugee fathers on their parenting behavior. Warmth-encouragement parenting behavior received the highest score. Predictors of warmth-encouragement behavior were parent-child dysfunctional interaction which explained 10.1% of the variance. Predictors of rejection-neglect behavior were parent-child dysfunctional interaction, number of children and wife's education level which explained 33.4% of the variance. These findings show that North Korean refugee fathers' parenting stress significantly influenced warmth-encouragement and rejection-neglect parenting behavior indicating a need to identify ways to decrease parenting stress. Parenting education can guide North Korean refugee fathers to strengthen parent-child positive interactions and therefore promote their children's growth and development.
Insook Lee received her B.S., M.S and Ph.D. in Pediatric Nursing from Nursing College of Catholic University Korea.She is a professor in the department of Nursing at Hannam University in Korea.She has carried out studies of North Korean refugees health. Also her research interests are health of children and adolescent in North and South Korea.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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