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The Relationship between Stress and Dance Accomplishment of High School Students Majoring in Dance by Maternal Parenting Behavior

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  • Department of Dance, Dankook University, Gyeonggi - 16890, Korea, Republic of
  • Department of Dance, Sejong University, Seoul - 05006, Republic of Korea, Korea, Republic of

Abstract


Background/Objectives: This study aimed to analyze the impact of maternal parenting behavior on the stress and accomplishment of dance of arts high school students majoring in dance. Methods/Statistical Analysis: A total of 300 students were sampled from 7 arts high schools in Seoul, Kyunggi, Kwangwon, Chungnam regions, using purposive sampling methods. The questionnaire was composed with 4 questions on personal characteristics, 26 on maternal parenting behavior, 31 on stress, and 9 on accomplishment of dance. The collected data was processed with SPSS 18.0 statistical program for correlation analysis, factor analysis, reliability analysis and multiple regression analysis. Findings: First, of the sub-factors of maternal parenting behavior perceived by the high school students majoring in dance, excessive interference has significantly negative impact upon teach-student relationship, learning, physique, health, and individual psychology stress of the dance-majoring students. Second, of the sub-factors of maternal parenting behavior perceived by the high school students majoring in dance, negligence has significantly negative impact upon comprehension ability achievement while excessive interference has a negative impact on the achievement of practical ability of the high school students majoring in dance. Application/Improvements: It is known that excessive interference of maternal parenting behavior, increases the stress that dance-majoring students have and also decrease their accomplishment of dance. Therefore, it is important for a parent to allow autonomy to children.

Keywords

Dance Accomplishment, Maternal Parenting Behavior, Stress.

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