잠재성장모형을 활용한 청소년 전환기 내면화 및 외현화문제행동과 관련변인에 관한 연구

Title
잠재성장모형을 활용한 청소년 전환기 내면화 및 외현화문제행동과 관련변인에 관한 연구
Other Titles
A Study on Adolescents’ Internalizing and Externalizing Problem Behaviors and Related Variables in Transition with Latent Growth Model
Author(s)
이지민김연주
Keywords
Adolescent in Transition; Problem Behaviors; Latent Growth Model; 청소년 전환기; 문제행동; 잠재성장모형
Issue Date
201502
Publisher
한국가정관리학회
Citation
한국가정관리학회지, v.33, no.1, pp.1 - 17
Abstract
This study investigated how variables of internalizing and externalizing problematic behaviors change according to gender and as time passes by and how the variables influence adolescent problematic behaviors. The variables selected for the analysis are personal variables, parent variables, peer and school variables, and community variables. longitudinal data collected for 4 years from the Korea Youth Panel Survey(KYPS) were utilized for the analysis. Data were collected initially from 2,707 fifth grade elementary students in 2005 and they were traced until 2008. The final respondents were 2,448 students. The findings are as follows. Frist, the statistical significance was found in changes of problematic behavioral variables in terms of the gender difference. Second, variables, such as self-esteem and self-control are negatively correlated to the problematic behaviors and stress level is strongly positively correlated to the behaviors. Third, the study pressure and peer attachment level are correlated to the initial value of internalizing problematic behaviors. In conclusion, given that more statistical significances were found at initial values than the change rates among variables, early intervention is important in addressing adolescent problematic behaviors.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/33346
ISSN
1229-1331
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