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A longitudinal study on North Korean migrant youth in South Korea(Ⅳ)

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Frame of Image mented from 2011 to 2015. And the study focused on consisting the panel group, North Korean immigrant students, together with their parents and school teachers. They are from the fourth to sixth grade in primary school and from the first to third grade in middle school. The study utilized both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. In the first-year study, the total number of the participants giving the written consent was 461 North Korean immigrant students. The number of students 257 in the second-year study, and the students 441 in the third-year study have responded the questionnaires. Also their parents and school teachers among the first-year panel members have participated in. In this year, the longitudinal analysis was implemented the questionnaires of the students 164, which collected from the first year to the third year. And 30 students with their parents and school teachers have been selected as the in-depth interviewees among three years. It would be the important factor in determining student school adjustment whether they have the levels of academic achievement and the relationship with peers and teachers. The more the students' academic years, the more their academic achievement are growing down. But the more the students' academic years, the more relationship with their peers are growing up. The students are adjusted in their school through the
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Title A longitudinal study on North Korean migrant youth in South Korea(Ⅳ)
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Han, Mann Gil

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[Seoul]:Korean Educational Development Institute

Date 2013
Pages 2
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding Korean Educational Development Institute