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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2011;32(4): 63-81.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2011.32.4.63
성인 애착 표상의 세대간 전이: 미주 한인 1세대 어머니와 대학생 자녀를 중심으로
이고은 , 이영
Attachment Representations in Korean-American Mothers and Their College Students: Intergenerational Transmission
Goh Eun Lee , Young Lee
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the first generation Korean-American mothers` attachment representation as well as the attachment representation of their second generation Korean-American college students. The subjects consisted of 25 first generation Korean-American mothers and 27 second generation college students residing in Los Angeles. The Adult Attachment Interview (George, Kaplan, & Main, 1985) was used for assessing attachment representation patterns. The results of this study were as follows. First, 36% of the subject mothers were classified as secure, 64% were insecurely attached and there was no unresolved/disorganized pattern in the insecure group. Second, 33% of the subject students were classified as secure. 67% were insecure on the AAI, and there was 4% unresolved/disorganized patterns in the insecure group. Third, a difference of 76% was found between the correspondence between the first generation Korean-American mothers` attachment representation pattern and the attachment representation of the second generation Korean-American college students.
Key Words: attachment representation, adult attachment interview, Korean-American
주요어: 애착표상, 성인 애착 면접, 재미 교포
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