The Effects of Attachment and Self Concept on Career Maturity of Elementary School Students: Gender Differences, Concurrent and Lagged Effects
초등학생의 진로의식성숙도에 애착과 자아개념이 미치는 효과: 성차, 동시효과 및 지연효과에 관하여

Young-Eun Chang
2010 Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association  
This study examined the effects of parent-, peer-, and teacher-attachment on development of career maturity via the mediating effects of self concept. There were 2844 elementary school students, ages 12 to 13 years old, who participated in the Korean Youth Panel Survey. All data were used for the analyses. Gender differences were found in most of the variables, including attachment, self concept, and career maturity. The Structural Equation Modeling technique applied to the data revealed that
more » ... ere were both concurrent and lagged effects of attachment and self concept on career maturity. It was found that self concept played a mediating role on career maturity. (attachment), (self concept), (career maturity), (lagged effects), (gender difference)
doi:10.6115/khea.2010.48.6.071 fatcat:ein45nwhfbbltnxoz4hylfampi