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십대 아동학대 피해 신고군, 비신고위험군, 비신고일반군의 자녀, 부모, 가족 특성 비교

Title
십대 아동학대 피해 신고군, 비신고위험군, 비신고일반군의 자녀, 부모, 가족 특성 비교
Other Titles
Comparisons of Child, Parental, and Familial Features among Child-Maltreatment Reported, Non-Reported At-Risk, and Non-Reported Intact Teen Groups
Author
김현수
Keywords
아동학대; 아동학대-신고된 십대; 아동학대 고위험 십대; 자녀특성; 부모특성; 가족특성; child maltreatment; maltreatment-reported teens; at-risk teens for child maltreatment; child features; parental features; familial features
Issue Date
2018-02
Publisher
한국아동심리치료학회
Citation
한국아동심리치료학회지, v. 13, no. 1, page. 17-38
Abstract
This study aimed to identify child, parental, and familial features useful in differentiating among child-maltreatment reported, non-reported at-risk, and non-reported intact teen groups. To address this purpose, the study included health, academic achievement, inattentive/hyperactive behaviors, conduct problems, emotional symptoms, and self-esteem for child features, health, self-esteem, depression, and warm/accepting parenting attitudes for parental features, and parental employment, marital status, education, SES, familial relationships, and familial resources for familial features.Study participants were children between the ages of 10 to 18 along with their parents. Maltreatment-reported teens along with their abusive parents were recruited from Child Protection Agencies nationwide (42 teen-parent dyads). Community teens along with their parents were recruited from elementary, junior high, and high schools as well as local child and adolescent welfare centers in Seoul, Incheon, and Gyunggi areas. This community sample was divided into two groups, the intact group (91 teen-parent dyads) and the at-risk group (179 teen-parent dyads), based on scores of the child-reported abuse/neglect scale. Chi square tests and F tests showed significant group differences in all 16 child, parental, and familial variables investigated in the study. Logistic regression analyses revealed that parental status of not being in marriage, low SES, child inattentive/hyperactive behaviors, parental depression, and poor familial relationships increased the risk of being in the maltreatment-reported group as compared to the intact group and that parental college education or upper, poor child health, and poor familial relationships increased the risk of being in the at-risk group as compared to the intact group. In addition, parental status of not being in marriage, parental education below college, parental low self-esteem, and child's low academic achievement, conduct problems, and high self-esteem were found to increase the risk of being in the maltreatment-reported group as compared to the at-risk group. Through this study, we could understand which child, parental, and familial factors increase the risk for child maltreatment. Given the findings, we can derive practical tips regarding preventive interventions for child maltreatment.
URI
http://scholar.dkyobobook.co.kr/searchDetail.laf?barcode=4050026423800https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/117360
ISSN
1975-9290; 2508-1470
DOI
10.23931/kacp.2018.13.1.17
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