家庭環境과 敎師-學生關係 : 蔚山地域 中學生을 對象으로
Students' home environment and teacher-student relationship : Focus on the middle school students in Ulsan
가정환경 교사학생관계 울산 사회교육;
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This study was carried out for offering a better educational environment to students by investigating a relationship between home environment and teacher-student relationship among a lot of conditions surrounding students. For this purpose, the subjects of the study were established as followings. First, is there any significant interrelationship between home physical environment in the middle school students and parental discipline? Second, is there any significant interrelationship between home physical environment in the middle school students and teacher-student relationship? Third, is there any significant interrelationship between parental discipline perceived in the middle school students and teacher-student relationship? This study was conducted with 479 second-grade middle school students in Ulsan Metropolitan City. Question papers about home environment and teacher-student relationship written by Hwang Kapjin and parental discipline test made by Oh Sungsim · Lee Jongseung, were used. And the results were analyzed by computational method with SPSS statistics software. On the base of these studies, the conclusions were summarized as follows. First, in the relation between home physical environment and parental discipline, students had positive views on parental discipline in case the level of their fathers' academic backgrounds and incomes were high. But the relation, between home physical environment and parental discipline, was not related to the type of residence, family, parent's occupation and rank of birth. There was the fact that most students have positive view on parental discipline because their parents raise them with more love nowadays. Second, it was observed that there wasn't any relations between home physical environment and teacher-student relationship. In case of home physical environment, there were not large gaps because of spreaded private education and developed economy. It seemed that most students didn't care about the teaching method like an exam-oriented education, but just their teachers' characters. Third, students who accepted a parental discipline as love, an achievements and a rational versus were more likely to think their teachers as helpers and advisers for their lives. In conclusion , students, who have been grown up with loves and assitances by their parents, seem to be positive for their teachers.