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Title: 育児意識と育児支援欲求の関係
Other Titles: Relationship between the consciousness of childcare and the desire for childcare supports among women's college students and their mothers
Authors: 田島, 啓子
雨宮, 由紀枝
水野, 恵子
Tajima, Keiko
Amemiya, Yukie
Mizuno, Keiko
タジマ, ケイコ
アメミヤ, ユキエ
ミズノ, ケイコ
日本女子体育大学(教授)
日本女子体育大学(助教授)
Keywords: Consciousness of childcare
desire for childcare support
questionnaire study
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Abstract: The purpose of this questionnaire study was to make clear the relationship between the consciousness of childcare and the desire for childcare supports among 245 women's college students and 35 their mothers.While more than half (53.9%) of students showed the vision such that childcare is the woman’s obligation, indicating the strong belief of sexroll, most of them accepted the existence of instinctive maternity (mother's love), and also, affirm that the childcare is meaningful and pleasant. Factor analyses revealed that, although there was only a little deference in the factor structure of consciousness of childcare between students and their mothers, the analysis of the desire for childcare support showed mothers’special factor named as “desire for their friends' support”, that was not found in students' structure. This results indicated that mothers really accepted the importance of friends' support for childcare because of the little husbands' support. The results on the relationship between the consciousness of childcare and the desire for childcare supports indicated that students and their mothers who show the higher consciousness of childcare, especially feeling of meaningfulness in students and that of happiness in mothers, require much more childcare support.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/596
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