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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2014;35(5): 99-111.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2014.35.5.99
청소년의 성역할고정관념이 낙인을 매개로 비행에 미치는 영향:성별차이를 중심으로
양은별 , 진미선 , 오수경 , 박시하 , 정익중
Contents : The Effect of Sex Role Stereotypes on Juvenile Delinquency Mediated by Stigma:Focusing on Gender Difference
Eun Byeor Yang , Mi Seon Jin , Su Kyung Oh , Si Ha Park , Ick Joong Chung
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between sex role stereotypes and delinquency, and determine if it is mediated by stigma. The data was taken from the fourth wave of the 2010 Korea Youth Panel Survey(KYPS), which was administered by the Korea Youth Policy Institute. The major findings are as follows: First, sex role stereotypes were found to increase stigma and delinquency. Second, the relationship between sex role stereotypes and delinquency is mediated by stigma. Third, the results revealed that there was a significant gender difference in mediating models. As for the female participants, stigma had a mediating effect in the relationship between sex role stereotyping and delinquency. In contrast, for the male participants, the mediating effect of stigma was found to be insignificant. Based on these results, this research suggested that delinquency prevention programs need improvement considering gender difference and sex role stereotypes.
Key Words: sex role stereotype, stigma, delinquency, gender difference
주요어: 성역할고정관념, 낙인, 비행, 성별차이
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