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The Effect of Multicultural Youth’s Parental Career Support on Career Barriers: The Meditation Effect of Social Atrophy and Career Attitude

  • 한국청소년활동연구
  • Abbr : SKYA
  • 2022, 8(2), pp.1-29
  • DOI : 10.36697/skya.2022.8.2.1
  • Publisher : Korea Youth Activity Research Association
  • Research Area : Natural Science > Life Sciences > Child Study > Adolescence Science
  • Received : June 1, 2022
  • Accepted : June 22, 2022
  • Published : June 30, 2022

Im, Jun 1 Kim Tea Kyun 1

1성산효대학원대학교

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ABSTRACT

Background: Multicultural youth face greater difficulties in career development than general youth. In addition, it is reported that the influence of parents is greater than that of peers. Therefore, it is necessary to study the relationship between career barriers and parental influence experienced by multicultural youth. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between the career barriers of multicultural youth and their parents' career support, which are continuously increasing, and to provide basic data for establishing various plans for the career path of multicultural youth. Methodology: In this study, data from the 8th year of「Multicultural Youth Panel Data」provided by the Korea Youth Policy Institute was used. Findings: First, it was found that parental career support has a negative effect on the career barriers of multicultural youth. Second, the mediating effect of social atrophy was found to be significant in the career support effect of parents on the career barriers of multicultural youth. Third, in the effect of parental career support on career barriers of multicultural youth, it was found that parental career support had a positive effect on career attitude. Fourth, the career support of parents affects the career barriers of multicultural adolescents, and the indirect path that affects the career barriers of multicultural adolescents through social atrophy and career attitudes as a medium was found to be statistically significant.

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