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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association 2011;49(4):37-50. doi: https://doi.org/10.6115/khea.2011.49.4.037
Moderating Effects of Parental Attachment and Teacher's Concerns in the Relationships between Children's Roles and School Adjustment among Children's of Alcoholics
Haeryun Kim1, Soo Kyung Park2
1Department of Social Welfare, Seoul Women’s University
2Department of Social Welfare, Daejin University
Corresponding Author: Soo Kyung Park ,Tel: +82-31-539-1743, Fax: +82-31-539-1740, Email: parksk@daejin.ac.kr
Received: December 27, 2010; Revised: January 11, 2011   Accepted: March 23, 2011.
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study is to examine the relationships between children's roles, parental attachment, teacher's concerns and school adjustment among Children's Alcoholics(COAs). Participants were 2,803 middle and high school students in Seoul. The regression analysis results showed that hero role was positively associated with school bonding and academic performance but increased the level of anxiety/depression. Meanwhile, scapegoat and lost children's roles were negatively associated with school bonding and also increased the level of anxiety/depression. Mascot role were positively associated with school bonding and academic performance but had no relation with anxiety/depression. Regarding moderating effects, maternal attachment moderated the relationship between scapegoat role and school bonding while teacher's concerns moderated the relationship between hero role and anxiety/depression, and the relationship between scapegoat role and anxiety/depression. These findings suggested that practitioners need to consider the contributions of children's roles on school adjustment and moderating effects of maternal attachment or teacher's concerns when intervention programs are developed to improve school adjustment among COAs.
Keywords: COAs, children`s roles, school adjustment, parental attachment, teacher`s concerns
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