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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association 2005;43(10):103-114.
부모자녀간의 의사소통 및 또래관계와 아동의 인터넷 중독경향
Parent-Child Communication, Peer-Relationship and Internet Addiction in Children
Youn Hwa Kim, Chong, Young Sook
Dept. of Child Welfare, Chungbuk National University
This study analyzed the effect of parent-child communication and peer relationship on children's internet addiction. The subjects were 642 elementary school students living in Daejeon city. Cronbach's α, t-test, ANOVA, and Duncan's test were employed in analyzing the data by using SPSS 10.0. The findings of this study were as follows First, the boys were more addicted to internet use than the girls, as were the children of less educated parents. The children of parents with professional careers were less addicted to the internet. The children who perceived their school achievements as low were more addicted to the internet. Second, the children who spent more time daily, longer time at once and more frequently per weekly internet use were more addicted. Third, internet addiction was influenced tv parent-child communication and peer relationship. Boys who had more problem communications with their parents less open communication with their mother and a lower level of peer support were more addicted to the internet. The problem of communication with their mother and conflict in their peer relationship had more influence on the internet addiction of girls.
Keywords: 인터넷 중독, internet addiction, 인터넷 이용, internet use, 부모자녀간의 의사소통, parent-child communication, 또래관계, peer relationship
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