Yeseul Jeong's research while affiliated with Seoul National University and other places

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Background Birth outside of marriage has been gradually increasing in Korea. However, social perception of unmarried mothers is still negative, and a number of them are not accepted by their family. Therefore, the Korean government has implemented a policy to provide financial aid and communal residence to unmarried mothers who cannot raise childre...
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Self-concept affects the overall process of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting among adolescent mothers. The current systematic review explores intervention studies on the enhancement of self-concept among adolescent mothers, following the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses guidelines. English and Korean literature...
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the structure of variables in studies related to unmarried mothers (UMs) based on Neuman's systems model, and the stressors and stress responses of UMs. Methods: Whittemore and Knafl's methodology for integrative reviews was applied. The literature was searched using five electronic databases (KI...
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Purpose: To understand the core elements and the effects of interventions on the improvement of parentingcapabilities of unmarried mothers living in residential facilities, this study reviewed the literatures related to thisconcept. Methods: Five electronic databases (KISS, KMbase, KoreaMed, NDSL, and RISS) were searched, and eightstudies were ulti...
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop a forest-based health promotion program for vulnerable schoolchildren. Methods: The specific process for program development involved establishing a program goal, assessingthe needs of the participants, analyzing existing programs and constructing a forest-based program. Results:Each session of the...
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Children living in foster care group homes are more likely to have physical, mental, and social health problems due to parental abuse, neglect, and family breakdown. The purpose of the current study was to develop and apply the urban forest-based health promotion program on children living in group homes in Korea to investigate its effects on perce...
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Background: The purpose of this study was to analyze current research trends on parenting stress of unmarried mothers in Korea and explore the related concepts. Methods: For searching the literature, KMbase, Korea Med, RISS, NDSL was used. Fourteen studies from 2009 to 2019 were selected, and National Institute of Health (NIH) Study Quality Assessm...
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This study developed the Children’s Vitality-Relaxation Scale (CVRS) by revising the adult version of the Restoration Outcome Scale (ROS). The CVRS was translated and culturally adapted into Korean, and its reliability and validity were evaluated in a cross-sectional, descriptive design study. Data collected from 181 elementary school students in g...
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to review the literature on intervention studies for abused children and adolescent in residential facilities in South Korea (ACARF-K). The goal was to understand the problems they experience, to evaluate the content and effectiveness of interventions applied to them, and to develop evidence-based nursing int...
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Purpose: This study aimed to investigate child abuse awareness and reporting intention among nursing and education students and correlations among the variables involved. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted by administering an online questionnaire to 70 nursing college students and 70 education college students. Data were analyzed using...

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... Covariates included household income at age 0.5, maternal age at first birth, maternal education level and grandparent cohabitation at age 0.5. Regarding maternal age at first birth, lower maternal age at first birth is associated with socioeconomic disadvantages (18) and maternal negative emotions including depression (19). Then, socioeconomic disadvantages (20) and maternal depression are associated with earlier pubertal timing of the child (21). ...
... Conducting Basic Research and Review of Prior Studies In this study, to understand the stressors experienced by UMLFs and their responses comprehensively, complete studies conducted over the last 10 years were gathered to perform a systematic review [10]. Furthermore, the factors influencing parenting stress in UMLFs [32] and the composition and effects of interventions implemented to improve parenting competencies in UMLFs were reviewed in an integrated manner [18]. Moreover, through keywords such as unmarried mothers, mothers of adolescents, and pregnancy in teens, we collected literature using representative search engines in Korea, including the Korean Studies Information Service System (KISS), Korean Medical Database (KMbase), KoreaMed, National Discovery for Science Leaders (NDSL), and the Research Information Service System (RISS). ...
... A fundamental or core structure protected by resistance lines composes the client system. [11] Normal health is defined as the normal defense line defended by a flexible defense line. The nature of stressors might be intrapersonal, interpersonal, or extrapersonal, and they can arise from the internal, external, or artificial environment. ...
... Given the recognized benefits of nature exposure for children's development, these trends towards an alienation from the natural world are troubling. Studies examining the positive outcomes of children's contact with nature have multiplied in the last few years (Bento & Dias, 2017;Luís et al., 2020;Song et al., 2020;Wade et al., 2020), and their collective findings suggest that this progressive detachment from the natural world can be detrimental for children and youth in terms of health. ...
... Conducting Basic Research and Review of Prior Studies In this study, to understand the stressors experienced by UMLFs and their responses comprehensively, complete studies conducted over the last 10 years were gathered to perform a systematic review [10]. Furthermore, the factors influencing parenting stress in UMLFs [32] and the composition and effects of interventions implemented to improve parenting competencies in UMLFs were reviewed in an integrated manner [18]. Moreover, through keywords such as unmarried mothers, mothers of adolescents, and pregnancy in teens, we collected literature using representative search engines in Korea, including the Korean Studies Information Service System (KISS), Korean Medical Database (KMbase), KoreaMed, National Discovery for Science Leaders (NDSL), and the Research Information Service System (RISS). ...
... Even if negative parenting behaviours have damaged their attachment, both the caregivers and young children are in an equal position during play and participate in compliance with democratic rules of play. Moreover, it does not necessarily require professional tools [46]. Thus, based on our findings, we suggest further studies to develop and evaluate the effects of interventions consisting of attachment-building play on smart device overdependence in young children. ...