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Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing 2009;15(4):294-302.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4069/kjwhn.2009.15.4.294   
Parenting Stress and Related Factors of Employed and Non-employed Mothers with Preschool Children
Ji Won Yoon, Rah Il Hwang, Hun Ha Cho
1Department of Nursing, Suwon Women's College, Korea. dumom@swc.ac.kr
2Health Insurance Policy Research Institute, National Health Insurance Corporation, Korea.
Abstract
PURPOSE
This study was done to compare the level of parenting stress, entrapment, satisfaction of paternal support, and marital satisfaction between employed and non-employed mothers and to identify significant predictors for parenting stress. METHODS: With a cross-sectional, correlational study design, a sample of study was consisted of 175 women who were employed or non-employed with preschool children through convenience sampling. Data were collected with a structured self-administered questionnaire and analyzed by chi-square-test, t-test, Pearson's coefficients, and multiple regression analysis using SPSS program. RESULTS: Results shows that the level of parenting stress of nonemployed mothers was significant higher than that of employed mother. The parenting stress was negatively correlated to marital satisfaction and positively correlated to entrapment in both of them. Entrapment was significant predictors explaining parenting stress in both of them and level of maternal education and satisfaction of paternal support and was significant predictors explaining parenting stress of non-employed mothers. CONCLUSION: Entrapment was very important factors to management parenting stress of both employed and non-employed mothers. Especially, satisfaction of paternal support and marital satisfaction was very important factor to manage parenting stress of mothers.
Key Words: Employment; Parenting; Stress
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