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KCI등재 학술저널

청소년 폭력피해가 우울에 미치는 영향에서 부모 및 친구관계의 조절효과:

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This study examines whether the moderating effect of relations with parents and peers between violence victimization and depression is different across male and female student. This study tests two contrasting buffering or promoting effects of relationships with parents and peers across gender. That is, this study tests whether the effect of violence victimization on depression may be buffered or promoted by high relationships with parents and peers and there are gender differences. Using Korea Child and Youth Panel Study Data, it is found that effect of violence victimization on depression is larger on female than on male. In addition, results show that there are gender differences in moderating effects of relationships with parents and peers between victimization and depression. It is revealed that for male, the interaction effect of victimization and parent-relationship on depression is significantly positive, while for female, the interaction effect of victimization and peer-relationship on depression is significantly negative. Those results show that when they are victimized from bullying, high parent-relationship is promoting depression in male and, while high peer-relationship is buffering depression in female. The policy implication of those results is discussed.

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Ⅱ. 이론적 논의

Ⅲ. 연구가설과 방법

Ⅳ. 분석결과

Ⅴ. 결 론

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