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Linking Traumatic Childhood Experiences to the Physical Health of Korean Adolescents in Out-of-Home Care through Depression and Anxiety
- Linking Traumatic Childhood Experiences to the Physical Health of Korean Adolescents in Out-of-Home Care through Depression and Anxiety
- Kang, Hyunah; Chung, Ick-Joong; Chun, JongSerl; Nho, Choong Rai; Woo, Seokjin
- Ewha Authors
- 노충래; 정익중; 전종설
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- 노충래; 정익중; 전종설
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- SOCIAL WORK IN PUBLIC HEALTH
- SOCIAL WORK IN PUBLIC HEALTH vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 122 - 130
- Traumatic childhood experiences; adolescents in out-of-home care; depression and anxiety; physical health of adolescents
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- The main purpose of this study is to assess whether the physical health of Korean adolescents in out-of-home care is affected directly by traumatic childhood experiences and/or indirectly through depression and anxiety. Study participants are 460 adolescents who are included in the first and second wave of the Panel Study on Korean Children in Out-of-Home Care. The data are analyzed using structural equation modeling. Our structural model finds no direct effects of traumatic experiences on physical health. Among the two types of trauma experiences, namely, family instability and violence experiences, only violence experiences affect physical health indirectly through depression and anxiety. Based on the results, practice implications for Korean adolescents in care are discussed.
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