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Hicks, Dale A.; Mathis, Andrew G. – 1980
Personality theorists have suggested the critical importance of parenting characteristics on the development of a child's personality. Missildine's (1963) classification of parenting characteristics and their effects on the adult personality were investigated using an experimental measure, the Inner Child Inventory (ICI), to assess perceived…
Descriptors: Adult Development, Adults, Behavior Patterns, Parent Child Relationship
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Burke, Judith; Chandy, Joseph; Dannerbeck, Anne; Watt, J. Wilson – Child Welfare, 1998
Presents Parental Environment Cluster model of child neglect which identifies three clusters of factors involved in parents' neglectful behavior: (1) parenting skills and functions; (2) development and use of positive social support; and (3) resource availability and management skills. Model offers a focal theory for research, structure for…
Descriptors: Child Neglect, Child Rearing, Child Welfare, Family Environment
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Njagi, Simon Njogu; Mwania, Jonathan M.; Manyasi, Beatrice – Asian Journal of Contemporary Education, 2018
Youth violence, both in and out of school, is a worldwide problem. Students' violence is manifested in form of bullying among students, physical fights, gender violence, and violence against school property during school strikes. Violence in secondary schools wastes a lot of learning time as students and teachers spend a lot of time dealing with…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Parent Role, Violence, Secondary School Students
Slicker, Ellen K.; Kim, Jwa K. – 1996
Nearly 30 years ago, research showed that preschool children reared by parents with differing parenting attitudes or styles, differed in their degrees of social competence. To test this theory, a two-year study was conducted. During "Year 1," 2,250 high school seniors and 406 university freshmen from the middle South were surveyed…
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Adolescent Behavior, Attachment Behavior, Child Rearing
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Cenkseven-Onder, Fulya – Educational Research and Reviews, 2012
This study examined adolescents' perception of satisfaction from various life domains according to gender and parenting styles among 562 Turkish adolescents [53.2% girls; Mean (M) age = 14.1, Standard Deviation (SD) = 0.85]. The participants completed the multidimensional students' life satisfaction scale and the parenting style inventory. The…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Early Adolescents, Child Rearing, Parenting Styles
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Kalinowski, Alison; Krause, Kylene; Berdejo, Carla; Harrell, Kristina; Rosenblum, Katherine; Lumeng, Julie C. – Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 2012
Objective: To examine beliefs about the role of parenting in feeding and childhood obesity among mothers of lower socioeconomic status. Methods: Individual semistructured, audiotaped interview with 91 mothers of preschool-aged children (49% of mothers obese, 21% of children obese) in the midwestern United States. Participant comments were…
Descriptors: Grounded Theory, Nutrition, Child Rearing, Nutrition Instruction
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Martinez, Isabel; Garcia, Jose Fernando – Adolescence (San Diego): an international quarterly devoted to the physiological, psychological, psychiatric, sociological, and educational aspects of the second decade of human life, 2008
The relation between parenting styles and adolescent outcomes was analyzed in a sample of 1,198 15-18-year-old Brazilians. The adolescents were classified into 1 of 4 groups (Authoritative, Authoritarian, Indulgent, and Neglectful) on the basis of their own ratings of their parents on two dimensions: Acceptance/Involvement and…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Child Rearing, Adolescents, Values
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Gracia, Enrique; Fuentes, Maria C.; Garcia, Fernando; Lila, Marisol – Journal of Community Psychology, 2012
This article analyzed perceptions of neighborhood violence of Spanish adolescents (N = 1,015) from authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent, and neglectful families, and its association with three sets of developmental outcomes (psychological, behavioral, and academic). Tests of main and interactive effects were conducted to answer research…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Parent Child Relationship, Child Rearing, Parenting Styles
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Cenkseven-Onder, Fulya; Kirdok, Oguzhan; Isik, Erkan – Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 2010
Introduction: The purpose of this research was to investigate career decision among high school students regarding to their parenting styles (authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent, and neglectful) and parental attachment levels. Method: With this purpose, 382 (200 females; 182 males) Turkish high school students aged 14-18 completed Career…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Parenting Styles, Child Rearing, Attachment Behavior
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Turkel, Yesim Deniz; Tezer, Esin – Adolescence (San Diego): an international quarterly devoted to the physiological, psychological, psychiatric, sociological, and educational aspects of the second decade of human life, 2008
This study investigated the differences among 834 high school students regarding learned resourcefulness in terms of perceived parenting style and gender. The data were gathered by administering the Parenting Style Inventory (PSI) and Rosenbaum's Self-Control Schedule (SCS). The results of ANOVA pertaining to the scores of learned resourcefulness…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parenting Styles, Child Rearing, Self Control
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Leung, Chi Hung – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2017
Depression, anxiety, and stress of moderate to severe levels were found in 21, 41, and 27% of university students in Hong Kong, respectively. The development of a screening tool for assessing adjustment difficulties among tertiary education students is helpful for counseling professionals in university. The Student Perception of University Support…
Descriptors: Student Adjustment, Mental Health, Depression (Psychology), Anxiety
National Indian Child Abuse and Neglect Resource Center, Tulsa, OK. – 1980
Considering such factors as disruption of Indian families caused by Anglo educational programs (missionary schools, BIA boarding schools), by Indian relocation programs, and other non-Indian institutions, many of today's abusive and neglectful Indian parents were victims as children in these same institutions. The 9-page information sheet offers a…
Descriptors: American Indians, Child Abuse, Child Neglect, Child Welfare
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Young, Robert; Lennie, Susan; Minnis, Helen – Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2011
Background: Parental emotional neglect is linked to psychiatric disorder. This study explores the associations between children's perceptions of parental emotional neglect and future psychopathology. Methods: In a school-based longitudinal study of nearly 1,700 children aged 11-15 we explored children's perceptions of parenting, as measured by the…
Descriptors: Child Neglect, Child Rearing, Psychopathology, At Risk Persons
Bourque, Janet – 1983
Developed for use by parent educators and others working with high risk, abusive, or neglectful families, this curriculum guide is intended to enable and facilitate the growth of this target population in key parenting learning and skill areas. Section 1 provides an overview of the manual, offers suggestions for home visits following each class…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Behavioral Objectives, Child Abuse, Child Development
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Hildyard, Kathryn; Wolfe, David – Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal, 2007
Objective: To compare neglectful and non-neglectful mothers on information processing tasks related to child emotions, behaviors, the caregiving relationship, and recall of child-related information. Method: A natural group design was used. Neglectful mothers (N = 34) were chosen from active, chronic caseloads; non-neglectful comparison mothers (N…
Descriptors: Public Agencies, Infants, Cognitive Processes, Child Behavior
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