The purpose of this study was to investigate mediating effects and gender differences within self-resilience and school adjustment as well as any links between social relations and happiness in early adolescence. Data was employed from the Korea Youth Child Panel Survey (KYCPS) wave 1, consisted of 2,351 middle school students. Results show that first, parent and peer relations had influence on self-resilience, school adjustment, and happiness. Second, mediating effects of self-resilience and school adjustment between social relations and happiness were significant. Third, boys had differences in peer relation, school adjustment and teacher relation, happiness path while girls‘ direct effects were all significant. Forth, mediating effects were all significant for girls while boys had differences in school adjustment and happiness. Finally, limitations of this study were discussed with suggestions for further research.
1. 연구 대상과 모형
Ⅳ. 연구 결과
1. 측정모형 적합도와 변수 상관관계
2. 부모, 또래, 교사관계와 행복감, 자아탄력성과 학교적응의 구조적관계분석
3. 남녀학생의 부모, 또래, 교사관계와 행복감, 자아탄력성과 학교적응의 구조적관계
V. 결론 및 논의