농촌어머니들의 자녀교육에 대한 기대와 자녀교육 지원활동
Rural Mothers' Expectation to Their Children's Education and Their Educational Support
농촌어머니 자녀교육 교육지원 교육관;
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1. Purpose The purpose of the study is to investigate rural mothers' expectation to their children's education and subsequent educational support in order to collect basic information needed to help the mothers to do proper support for children's education 2. The method of this study Of the mothers whose children is an elementary school or middle school or high school student in Changwoen city, a total of 310 mothers, who are 120 mothers of the 5th and 6th graders in O elementary school and 190 mothers of the 1st or 2nd or 3rd graders in C middle school, were surveyed with questionnaire. 251 respondence were collected and significant 235 respondence were analyzed. 3. Findings The findings from the study are as follows. First, mothers in rural area had high expectation to their children's education, which was the same, regardless of their age. Mothers who are low in educational background and doing agriculture more hoped for their children to get a better job through education than the mothers of other job did. Second, rural mothers expected for their children, whether it is a son or a daughter, to go to at lowest 2-year college, which indicates that rural mothers are completely removed of sexual discrimination mind. The mothers thought it is mother's duty to make their children go to at lowest 2-year college. Third, in general, rural mothers' educational support for their children was low. Have-to supports were well performed but practical supports were not well given. Especially, they thought that education environment in rural area is very poor. It is required for educational support of government level into rural area to be accomplished in concrete ways. Forth, rural mothers of older age gave more active support than those of younger age. Fifth, mother of higher educational background did educational support virtually more well than those of lower educational background. But, it was not different to mothers' job or number of children. Sixth, rural mothers had much expectation to their children's education but didn't give better support as much as the expectation. Mother with higher expectation did better support than those with lower expectation.