File
Thumnail rs033_05.pdf 1.69 MB
Title Transcription
ニュウジ ノ ナキゴエ ニ タイスル フボ ノ チカク ト イクジ イシキ トノ カンレン : カゾク システム ノ カンテン カラ
Title Alternative
Mothers' and fathers' perception of infant cries and family relationships: from the viewpoint of family system
Authors
Keywords
母親
父親
泣き声
子育て
家族システム
mothers
fathers
infant cries
child-rearing
family system.
Abstract
 This paper aims to investigate differences in fathers’ and mothers’ perceptions of infant cries in child-rearing, and the correlation of their perception and family relationships from the viewpoint of the family system. Fifteen fathers and twenty-nine mothers with preschool children rated the cries of infants who had been evaluated as low and high for risk/complications, and completed a questionnaire about their family relationships.  The results were as follows:(1) Both mothers and fathers were able to discriminate two kinds of cries,(2) Fathers especially discriminated two kinds of cries more definitely than mothers on features, such as the items of“ piercing” or“ sick”. As for the correlation between perception of cries of highcomplication infants and their family relationships of participants or their partners,(3) Negative perception of mothers was correlated with their own daily stress of child-rearing,(4) Negative perception of both mothers and fathers was correlated with their partner’s daily stress of child rearing or the consciousness of their marital relationship. These results demonstrated that both mothers’and fathers’ perceptions of infant cries might be relevant to their family relationships through thetransaction process in the family system.
Publisher
鳥取大学地域学部
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
ISSN・ISBN
1349-5321
NCID
AA12025489
Journal Title
地域学論集 鳥取大学地域学部紀要
Current Journal Title
地域学論集 鳥取大学地域学部紀要
Volume
3
Issue
3
Start Page
316
End Page
326
Published Date
2007-03-30
Text Version
Publisher
Rights
Fuculty of Regional Sciences, Tottori University
Citation
地域学論集. 2007, 3(3), 316-326
Department
Faculty of Regional Sciences/Graduate School of Regional Sciences
Language
Japanese