井上 清美 (2003) 母親の「自己犠牲」規範意識の趨勢と規定要因. 年報社会学論集. 16:150-161
- Academic Paper
- 井上 清美 || INOUE Kiyomi
- 年報社会学論集 || The Annual review of sociology
- This paper analyzes parental norms concerning “self-sacrifice” using the data from the National Family Research (NFR98). First, parental norms are measured by gender, the presence or absence of children, and the birth cohort. The “self-sacrifice” norm was weakest for women born in 1946 who had children with a tendency for the norm to be stronger in younger cohorts. The sample was limited to mothers whose youngest child was under 6 years of age and factors determining the strength of the “self-sacrifice” norm were investigated. As a result of multi-variable analysis, it can be said that educational background was an important determinant of the “self-sacrifice” norm. Especially among college graduate woman, the mother’s “self-sacrifice” norm consciousness was low. 2) When the mother’s “self-sacrifice” norm consciousness was low, the relation with the child was perceived as not being good.
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