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Journal of Korean Maternal and Child Health 2007;11(1):1-9.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21896/jksmch.2007.11.1.1    Published online January 31, 2007.
The Relationship Between the Childhood Experiences and Childrearing Attitude of Primipara
성미혜1, 주경숙2
1인제대학교
2인제대
초산모의 아동기 경험과 양육태도의 관계
성미혜1, 주경숙2
1인제대학교
2인제대
Abstract
Objectives
By examining the relations between childhood experiences and childrearing attitude of primipara, this study aims to provide foundational data for preparing for educational programs on the role of a parents which, in turn, are designed to help primipara carry out the role of a parent successfully.Methods: This study was conducted in two obstetric and gynecologic clinics in Gyeonggi-do between August 1 and October 31, 2005. A study sample of 208 primipara who satisfied the selection criteria was selected. Data were analyzed using SPSS WIN 11.0.Results: Upon calculating the level of childhood experiences and childrearing attitude using an item mean, the item mean for the father's experience, the mother's experience and childrearing attitude were 3.61, 3.73. and 4.34. Of the general characteristics of primipara, the level of the childhood experience showed a significant difference according to religion in the experiences of maternal and paternal acceptance vs. rejection. Both of the parents' childhood experiences showed a positive correlation with the childrearing attitude.Conclusions: An infant is influenced primarily by his or her parents, who will have immense influences on the child's growth and development. Therefore, the development of a nursing intervention programs in needed to foster the proper understanding of the childhood experience, accommodate the practical needs of primipara, and increase the childrearing attitude positively for the promotion of a realistic, successful role for a mother.
Key Words: childhood experience, childrearing attitude


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