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    Title: A Study of Maternal Beliefs in Relation to Children's Social Competence
    Other Titles: 母親信念與兒童社會能力之關係研究
    Authors: Pan, Hui-Ling
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所
    Date: 1990
    Issue Date: 2013-01-14 14:57:04 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 台北市:臺灣師範大學
    Abstract:   The major purpose of the present study was to explore the relationship of maternal beliefs about distancing as a communicational strategy with children's social competence. Secondly, this study examined how mother's beliefs about distancing might differ according to the type of childrearing situation (social vs. cognitive).
    Sixty-nine children aged 45 to 82 months and their mothers were participants in the study. All of the participating families except one were Caucasian. The Com-munication Preference Questionnaire was employed to evaluate maternal beliefs related to distancing. Social problem solving, peer status, behavioral problems and social behavioral observations Were the four indicators used to tap children's social competence. Social problem solving was measured with a child's test. Peer status and behavioral problems were based on teacher ratings. Social behaviors were measured with 20 one-minute observations of each child.
    With respect to the relationship between maternal beliefs and children's social competence, two sets of interactive effects were found. One was that of maternal beliefs and children's age on children's social problem solving; another was that of maternal beliefs and mother's education on children's positive behaviors. In the present study, mother's beliefs in distancing were conducive to social problem-solving ability in children of age 5 years or older but not in children under 5 years of age. Concerning the prediction of children's positive behavior, children with mothers who had education less than graduate school seemed to benefit from their mother's belief about distancing, but not the children with mothers of higher educa-tion (master's and above master's degree). In addition, maternal beliefs about distanc-ing in social situations were found to be negatively associated with children's parallel play. The more mothers preferred distancing strategies in social situations, the less parallel play behaviors their children exhibited. Concerning the relationship between the childrearing situation (social vs. cognition) and the mother's beliefs about dis-tancing, the results revealved that mother's endorsement of distancing was less in social than in cognitive situations.
      本研究之主要目的在了解母親對於拉距策略(distancing strategy)的信念與兒童社會能力間之關聯,其次在探討母親的拉距信念(beliefs about distancing)是否會因溝通情境(社會性或認知性情境)而有所不同。
      參與本研究之樣本包括來自於五個學前機構的六十九個兒童(年齡範圍為45至82個月)及其母親,在這參與研究的樣本中,除了一家外,其餘均為白人。本 研究之獨立變項為母親之拉距信念,其以「溝通偏好方式」問卷測得,所謂拉距信念意指母親對於使用拉距策略之信念,拉距策略可用於父母與子女的溝通談話中,目的是使兒童在心理上遠離此時此刻所發生的事件,運用推理能力去回憶過去的經驗,計畫或預期未來的結果,並運用不同的符號系統去儲存運用這些資料。本研究即在了解母親對於使用拉距策略的信念如何地影響兒童的社會能力。本研究之依變項-社會能力,包括社會問題幾決能力、同儕地位、行為問題與社會行為觀察等四 指標。
      本研究之主要發現如下:
      1.母親信念與兒童年齡對於兒童社會問題解決能力具交互作用效果,亦即對於五至六歲之兒童、母親偏好拉距策略之使用有助於兒童社會問題解決之能力,然此不適用於五歲以下之兒童。
      2.母親信念與其教育程度對於兒童正面性之社會行為具交互作用效果,亦即對於教育程度較高之母親,其偏好拉距策略之使用,並無益於兒童正面性社會行為之增進,然對於教育程度較低之母親,其對於拉距策略之偏好,有助於兒童正面性社會行為之發展,此發現可能由於高受教程度之母親對於兒童有多種有效之教養方 法,以致於拉距信念便無法突顯其影響力。
      3.對於不同溝通情境(社會性或認知性情境)而言,母親較偏好於認知情境中使用拉距策略。
    Relation: 師大學報=Journal of National Taiwan Normal University 35,頁95-122
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