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The Influence of a Parent-Child Board Game Group on Elementary School Children and their Parents
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The purpose of this study is to explore the effects of the influence of participating in parent-child board game groups on children and parents and its benefits and to develop a set of board game group activities that can promote positive parent-child relationships. In this study, the purposive sampling method was adopted and six groups of grade 5 or 6 students and their parents were recruited to participate together in parent-child board game group activities for eight times. Regarding the group activity process, the status and effectiveness of implementing the group activity were understood through a feedback form that the parents and children completed. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with the parents after the group activity ended, and the interview data were analyzed by using the qualitative method of content analysis research to understand how group activities influenced the children and their parents. The benefits and contributing factors arising from the group activities were summarized. The research results are as follows: 1. Initially, the participating parents and children resisted the group activities, but gradually anticipated joining the activities while becoming comfortable engaging in the process and enjoying the fun of the activities. The parents and children supported each other in the activities and became each other's partners. 2. The effects of the experience of the parent-child board game group activity on the parent-child relationship comprise six dimensions: increased parent-child interaction, transformed parent-child relationship, identifying children’s different strengths, having new realizations, taking new actions, and positively influencing family relations. 3. The factors contributing to the change in the parent-child relationship include four aspects: board game media, activity design, group leader’s characteristics and skills, and parents’ characteristics. 4. Based on the research results, a new set of parent-child board game group activities was developed. Finally, a discussion was conducted based on the results of the research, and research and practical suggestions were presented for reference.
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