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Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing 2009;15(3):205-215.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4069/kjwhn.2009.15.3.205   
Childhood Experiences, Paternal Attachment and Paternal Role of Primiparous Spouses
Kyung Sook Joo, Mi Hae Sung
1Department of Nursing, Munkyung College, Korea.
2Department of Nursing, College of Medicine, Inje University, Korea. nursmh@inje.ac.kr
Abstract
PURPOSE
This study aims to provide foundational data for preparing for educational programs on the roleof a father that are designed to help primiparous spouses carry out the paternal role successfully. METHODS: This study was conducted in two OB/GYN clinics and a study sample of 277 primiparous spouses who satisfied the selection criteria was selected. RESULTS: Of the correlation among the childhood experiences, paternal attachment and role of a father of the subjects, the childhood experiences had a positive correlation with the paternal-infant attachment and the role of a father. The paternal-infant attachment and the role of a father also had a positive correlation. CONCLUSION: An infant is influenced primarily by his or her parents, who will have immense influences on the child's growth and development. Since the paternal-infant attachment is closely related to the role of a father, thedevelopment of positivepaternal-infant attachment must be preceded in order for a primiparous spouse to carry out the role of a father successfully. Therefore, the development of nursing intervention programs is needed to foster the proper understandingof the roleof a father, accommodate the practical needs of primiparous spouses and nurture the paternal-infant attachment for the promotion of realistic, successful role of a father.
Key Words: Life Experiences; Object Attachment; Role
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