Effects of Perception of Parental Rearing Attitude and Social Support on Self-efficacy and Stress among School-aged Children -The Comparison of Korean and Chinese Children

Yang Liu, In Sook Park, Young Sook Moon
2010 Journal of Korean Academy of Child Health Nursing  
Purpose: The study was done to explore the effect of perception of parental rearing attitude and social support on selfefficacy and stress among school-aged children, then to supply information for health promotion of children and to promote multi-cultural communication between Korea and China. Methods: The participants for this study were 180 elementary students each, from Korea and China. Data were analyzed with descriptive statistics, c 2 test, t-test, correlation analysis and AMOS. Results:
more » ... and AMOS. Results: Social support had a direct effect on self-efficacy for both Korean and Chinese children. In Korea parental rearing attitude had greater direct effect on stress than social support and self-efficacy. But in China only, parental rearing attitude had direct effect on stress. Conclusion: These findings provide support for perception of parental rearing attitude, social support, and self-efficacy as predictive variables of stress in Korean and Chinese school-aged children.
doi:10.4094/jkachn.2010.16.4.334 fatcat:wvivpek32zbedahdsp2sata4ly