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Effect of women’s parenting stress on parenting efficacy through mental health and hope: conditional indirect effect of employment status

  • Industry Promotion Research
  • Abbr : IPR
  • 2024, 9(2), pp.103-113
  • DOI : 10.21186/IPR.2024.9.2.103
  • Publisher : Industrial Promotion Institute
  • Research Area : Interdisciplinary Studies > Interdisciplinary Research
  • Received : March 23, 2024
  • Accepted : April 11, 2024
  • Published : April 30, 2024

Eun Sun Kang 1 Chang Seek Lee 2

1서산시가족센터
2한서대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study aims to determine whether employment status moderates and mediates the effect of parenting stress on parenting efficacy through mental health and hope targeting women raising children and to find ways to improve parenting efficacy by utilizing mental health and hope. The survey was conducted nationwide, a purposive sampling method was used to select the survey subjects, and data were collected through a survey. The total number of subjects used in the final analysis was 300 women. Data were analyzed by applying freq uency analysis, reliability analysis, correlation analysis, and moderated mediation effect analysis. The results of the study are as follows. First, as a result of correlation analysis, parenting stress showed a negative correlation with mental health, hope, employment status, and parenting efficacy. On the other hand, other variables except parenting stress showed positive correlations with each other. Second, employment status moderated and mediated the effect of parenting stress on parenting efficacy through mental health and hope. In other words, employment status played a buffering role in reducing the negative impact of parenting stress on parenting efficacy through mental health and hope. Based on these results, a plan to protect parenting efficacy was proposed.

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