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van der Veek, Shelley M. C.; van Rosmalen, Lenny – Early Child Development and Care, 2023
Providing adequate parental support is pivotal when treating excessive infant crying, but there are indications that parents may not feel supported by professional health care. This study investigated maternal satisfaction with health care and health care needs, comparing mothers of infants with (N = 110) and without a medical cause for the crying…
Descriptors: Mothers, Mother Attitudes, Infants, Crying
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Ching, Boby Ho-Hong – Educational Psychology, 2023
This study examined the longitudinal associations among maternal child-based worth, perceived maternal achievement-oriented psychological control, and children's academic contingent self-worth over a one-year period in 274 Chinese children. Results showed that, after the autoregressive effects were controlled, higher levels of maternal child-based…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Children, Mothers, Mother Attitudes
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Jorem Awadu; Gloria K. Lee; Sarah Curtiss – International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 2024
The purpose of this study was to provide an in-depth understanding of the challenges Ugandan parents of children with autism face. Caring for a child with autism poses unique challenges to families and deserves tailor-made remedies. Autism is understudied in Uganda and Africa. This qualitative study reports on results from focus group discussions…
Descriptors: Caregivers, Barriers, Needs, Autism Spectrum Disorders
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Dudley, Matthew Z.; Limaye, Rupali J.; Salmon, Daniel A.; Omer, Saad B.; O'Leary, Sean T.; Ellingson, Mallory K.; Spina, Christine I.; Brewer, Sarah E.; Bednarczyk, Robert A.; Malik, Fauzia; Frew, Paula M.; Chamberlain, Allison T. – Health Education & Behavior, 2020
Background: Maternal vaccine coverage is suboptimal, and a substantial proportion of parents have concerns about vaccines. Most parents seek out vaccine information during and immediately after their first pregnancy. No study to our knowledge has analyzed survey data to identify homogeneous groups of pregnant women based on their vaccine attitudes…
Descriptors: Immunization Programs, Mother Attitudes, Beliefs, Pregnancy
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Amanda H. Passmore; Marie Tejero Hughes – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
A unique component of early childhood involves understanding how caregivers and educators promote children's developmental outcomes, with play opportunities being a key avenue for enhancing these skills. Targeted coaching is one type of support that can tap into active family engagement during playful learning. This collective case study examined…
Descriptors: Mothers, Play, Parent Child Relationship, Coaching (Performance)
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Serap Dogan; Candan Hasret Sahin; Yasemin Ergenekon – International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 2024
Background: The COVID-19 pandemic is thought to have a variety of effects on people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The purpose of this study was to look into the perspectives and experiences of people with ASD and their mothers regarding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Method: The current study employs a qualitative research…
Descriptors: Student Experience, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Student Attitudes, Mother Attitudes
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McGannon, Kerry R.; McMahon, Jenny – Sport, Education and Society, 2022
In the present study, post-partum embodied subjectivity of five competitive recreational mother runners of children under 6 years of age, was explored using narrative inquiry from a story analyst and a story teller position. This focus expands understanding of sport, embodiment and good mother ideals using narrative inquiry as a novel theory to…
Descriptors: Mothers, Athletes, Physical Activities, Human Body
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Rivka Hillel Lavian; Yael Kimhi; Tamar Shmuelovich – Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 2024
Over the past few decades, there has been a shift from the traditional family structure, with more acceptance of different structures, including those led by single parents. This qualitative photo-narrative study aimed at making the voices of single mothers raising children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) heard. According to the literature,…
Descriptors: One Parent Family, Mothers, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Child Rearing
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Cho, Sook in; Song, Ju-Hyun; Trommsdorff, Gisela; Cole, Pamela M.; Niraula, Shanta; Park, Seong-Yeon – Early Education and Development, 2022
The current study examined (1) cross-cultural variations in mothers' reports of how they would react to their children's positive and negative emotions as triggered by different interpersonal situations and (2) their relations to children's emotion regulation competence in Nepal, Korea, and Germany. Participants were 305 mothers whose children…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mother Attitudes, Children, Emotional Response
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Vásquez-Colina, María D. – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2023
Parents' conceptions of assessment are important as they have a key role in supporting their child's educational goals. Through two focus group interviews conducted in Spanish, Mayan mothers (N = 8) discussed their experiences acquiring assessment knowledge. The results suggest that the parents held basic conceptions of assessment, and described…
Descriptors: Assessment Literacy, Maya (People), Mother Attitudes, Mothers
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Alev Üstündag – Journal of Learning and Teaching in Digital Age, 2024
In the study, aimed to determine mothers' awareness of digital parenting. This quantitative study employed a descriptive survey model. This study was conducted on 306 mothers whose children enrolled in kindergarten, primary school, secondary school, and high school participated in the research. The data were collected using the Digital Parenting…
Descriptors: Mothers, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students, Parent Child Relationship
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Macias, Heather – Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 2023
This comparative multi-case study investigated the language ideologies of six Latina/Mexican American mothers raising emergent bilingual children. Qualitative data analysis of mother interviews revealed important commonalities in multilingual parenting ideologies and family language socialization practices. The results demonstrate how the mothers…
Descriptors: Language Usage, Socialization, Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans
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Rossetti, Zach; Lehr, Donna; Shaheen, Tashnuva; Baulier, Katie; Burnette, Kristin; Taub, Deborah – Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 2023
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools shifted to nontraditional education overnight, disrupting learning for millions of children in the United States. Despite the broad impact of these shifts in schooling, its effects have not been uniform. How would the specialized instructional supports known to be effective in meeting the needs of…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Nontraditional Education, Distance Education
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Catubigan, Robie V. – Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 2023
The birth of a child is the beginning of a woman's motherhood. It is genuinely illuminated in her raising and rearing responsibilities. This study explores the understanding and experiences of Mansaka mothers about autism before and after diagnosis. This qualitative phenomenological inquiry employed face-to-face semi-structured interviews with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mothers, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Inclusion
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Matthews, Michael S.; Wylie, Olivia; Styles, Amanda – Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 2023
Despite the strong influence parenting plays in every aspect of child development, there has been relatively little research focused on how parents influence the academic motivation of their high-ability or gifted child in the home setting. The current study details a conceptual replication of one widely cited study on this topic conducted by Garn…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Parent Attitudes, Content Analysis, Self Determination
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