Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2016, Volume: 9, Issue: 47, Pages: 1-5
Chang Seek Lee*
*Author for correspondence
Chang Seek Lee
Department of Child and Adolescent Welfare, Hanseo University, 31962, Korea; [email protected]
Objectives: To clarify the roles of hope and growth mind-set in the relationship between stress from child-rearing and children’s well-being. Methods/Statistical analysis: In this study, SPSS Win 21.0 was used to calculate the reliability analyses, descriptive statistics, and correlation analyses. SPSS MACRO was applied to calculate dual mediating effect and verify bootstrapping. Findings: The results showed that children’s well-being is negatively and directly influenced by parenting stress in mothers but also identifies how to improve children’s well-being by increasing hope in mothers and enhancing their growth mind-sets, specifically confirming the double mediating effects of hope and growth mind-set in the relationship between parenting stress and the children’s well-being. Improvements/Applications: It will be used to improve children’s well-being by incorporating both parental hope and mothers’ growth mind-sets in any plans.
Keywords: Double Mediating Effect, Growth Mind-Set, Hope, Parenting Stress, Wellbeing
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