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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2002;23(5): 35-50.
아버지의 양육행동과 남아의 공격성간의 관계 및 세대간 전이
Fathering, Sons` Aggression, and the Transmission of Aggression
Seong Yeon Park
The present study explored parenting behaviors of fathers associated with 3 types of aggression in their sons and identified inter-generational pathways of aggression. Subjects were 160 Korean elementary school(5-6th grade) boys and their fathers. Data were gathered via questionnaires. Results were that fathers` use of power assertive control and lack of open communication were positively associated with sons` use of both relational and proactive aggression. Fathers` encouragement of aggressive behavior was associated with sons` reactive aggression. Finally, fathers` aggression was net directly associated with sons` aggression, but was fully mediated by parenting. Results were discussed in terms of implications for the Korean cultural context.
Key Words: aggression, fathering, intergenerational transmission
주요어: 공격성, 아버지의 양육행동, 세대간 전이
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