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Effect of School M aladjusted Adolescents’ Self-Concept Factor for Peer Relationship - Focused Adolescents Who Were Participated in a Dance/Movement Therapy Program -

Kim Na Yung 1

1서울여자대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to investigate how school maladjusted adolescents’self-concept factors affected their peer relationship, after they participated in a dance/movement therapy program. The subjects of this study were 97 adolescents, who were referred to a dance/movement therapy program, since they had school maladjusted issues. The dance/movement therapy program of 12 sessions was consisted of four stages based on Erikson’s psycho-social development theory. Three groups were delineated by the frequency of dance/movement therapy participation. Results of this study indicated that the low rate of participants showed a low relationship with the self-concept factors and peer-relationship. Meanwhile, the middle and high rate of participants demonstrated a significant positive relationship with the personal initiation and the peer-relationship. However, a negative relationship with the self-esteem and the peer-relationship was found in those groups.

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