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Specifically, three major Questions were raised
1. Will there be any significant differences between friendship concept and children's demographic variables, such as sex, housing, father's education and mother's job etc.?
2. Will there be any differences in response between popularity in the peer group and friendship concept?
3. Will there be causal relationship between Popularity and Children's friendship concept?
To measure children's friendship concept and popularity, four Kinds of pictures developed by Furman and Bierman (1983), and Moreno's Sociometric Status test methods were used.
For the purpose of this study, 171 children among E and W Kinder-gartens which are located in Taegu city, were asked to participate in this program.
To testify the research hypothesis, researcher processed the data using SPSS on CYBER CDC 170-815, under significance level of 5%, chi-square analysis was used, and pearson correlation coefficient matriy was derived.
The results of this study are as follows :
1. With demographic data, generally to say, there were no significant differences, but in accordance with sex, father's education and mother's job, there were some discriminations.
2. Children's different social status had shown a little significant different responses toward friendship concept. Most Children were respondent positively to Support but negativity to physical characteristics. Star-type had strong responses toward affection, isolated-type toward propinquity and common activity respectively.
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