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O'Connor, Amanda; Skouteris, Helen; Nolan, Andrea; Hooley, Merrilyn; Cann, Warren; Williams-Smith, Janet – Early Child Development and Care, 2019
Supporting parent-child relationships is vital for children's social and emotional development, future health and well-being. As children now spend significant amounts of time attending early childhood education and care settings, it is opportune that interventions be designed for educators to promote and nurture parent-child relationships. The…
Descriptors: Intervention, Parent Child Relationship, Social Development, Emotional Development
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O'Connor, Amanda; Nolan, Andrea; Bergmeier, Heidi; Hooley, Merrilyn; Olsson, Craig; Cann, Warren; Williams-Smith, Janet; Skouteris, Helen – Early Years: An International Journal of Research and Development, 2017
Building strong relationships between children and parents is vital for children's social and emotional development. A majority of children attend early childhood education and care (ECEC) settings where they experience a range of relationships (educator-child, educator-parent, parent-child). Educators build relationships with children and…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Intervention, Program Effectiveness, Early Childhood Education
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Öngören, Sema – International Journal of Contemporary Educational Research, 2021
The aim of this study is to investigate parents' relationships with their children during the pandemic period. The study is a qualitative research study and was conducted with a case study design. The study group of this research consisted of 19 parents. The study group was selected using the criterion sampling method of purposive sampling. The…
Descriptors: Pandemics, COVID-19, Parent Child Relationship, Parent Attitudes
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Neumann, Michelle M. – Journal of Early Childhood Research, 2018
Young children are surrounded by ubiquitous environmental print (e.g. signs, product labels) on a daily basis in their homes and communities. Parent-child interactions with environmental print has the potential to foster emergent literacy. A randomised controlled pre-posttest study was conducted to examine the effects of a parent-child…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Emergent Literacy, Pretests Posttests, Program Effectiveness
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Mesch, Gustavo S. – Youth & Society, 2018
This study examines the role of a parent-child connection on social networking sites on negative online experiences of young adolescents. Using data from a secondary analysis of teenagers (aged 12 to 17 years old) who participated in the 2011 Teens and Digital Citizenship Survey and controlling for their participation in risky online activities…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Social Networks, Adolescents, Risk
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Levickis, Penny; McKean, Cristina; Wiles, Alex; Law, James – International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 2020
Background: Parent-child interaction therapies are commonly used by speech and language therapists (SLTs) when providing services to young children with language learning difficulties. However, the way parents react to the demands of such interventions is clearly important, especially for those from socially disadvantaged backgrounds. Parents play…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Interaction, Intervention, Therapy
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Miller, Natalie V.; Johnston, Charlotte – Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2019
We investigated how parents' attributions of blame/responsibility/internal locus for negative events happening to themselves and to their children were related to children's attributions about similar events in their own lives. In a sample of 145 families (including mother, father, and child aged 9-12 years; 73 boys), we tested for unique…
Descriptors: Parents, Children, Attribution Theory, Locus of Control
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Teepe, R. C.; Molenaar, I.; Verhoeven, L. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2017
Preschool children's vocabulary mainly develops verbal through interaction. Therefore, the technology-enhanced storytelling (TES) activity Jeffy's Journey is developed to support parent-child interaction and vocabulary in preschool children. TES entails shared verbal storytelling supported by a story structure and real-time visual, auditory and…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Vocabulary Development, Parent Child Relationship, Control Groups
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Acar, Ibrahim H.; Torquati, Julia C.; Garcia, Aileen; Ren, Lixin – Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2018
The current study examined the effects of parent-child and teacher-child relationships on behavior regulation of children at risk. In particular, the amplifying or attenuating effect of one context (i.e., teacher-child relationships) for another context (i.e., parent-child relationship) on children's behavior regulation was examined. Participants…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, At Risk Students, Self Control, Parent Child Relationship
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Ganotice, Fraide A., Jr.; Downing, Kevin; Mak, Teresa; Chan, Barbara; Lee, Wai Yip – Educational Studies, 2017
Dialogic reading (DR) has been identified as an effective strategy for enhancing children's literacy skills in Western and Asian contexts. Given that storytelling is a shared experience between adults and children, parent-child relationships is hypothesised to be enhanced by DR. Despite this possibility, there has been no systematic attempt to…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Literacy, Story Telling, Reading
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Missall, Kristen N.; Hojnoski, Robin L.; Moreano, Ginna – Early Child Development and Care, 2017
Variability in children's early-learning home environments points to the need to better understand specific mechanisms of early mathematical development. We used a sample of 66 parent-preschool child dyads to describe parent-reported mathematical activities in the home and observed parent-child mathematical activities in a semi-structured play…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Parent Child Relationship, Preschool Children, Mathematics Activities
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de la Rie, Sanneke; van Steensel, Roel C. M.; van Gelderen, Amos J. S.; Severiens, Sabine – Journal of Research in Reading, 2020
Background: Various conversational contexts elicit stimulating parent-child interactions to a different degree. Shared reading, a scripted activity, is reported to elicit most abstract speech compared with other activities (e.g., toy play). Parental socioeconomic status (SES) is another key predictor of abstract talk. Shared reading can attenuate…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Reading Aloud to Others, Socioeconomic Status, Parent Background
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Acar, Ibrahim H.; Uçus, Sükran; Yildiz, Süleyman – Early Child Development and Care, 2019
The current study is an examination of contributions of parenting styles and qualities of parent-child relationship (PCR) to Turkish children's externalizing and internalizing behaviours, with a specific focus on the moderating role of PCR (closeness and conflict) on parenting styles (authoritarian and democratic/authoritative) when predicting…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Child Rearing, Behavior Problems, Child Behavior
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Fu, Yao; Law, Yik Wa – Journal of Adolescent Research, 2018
In China, 61 million children are left behind in rural areas suffering from prolonged parent-child separation when their parents migrate for work. Meaning-focused coping is known to play a positive role in adaptation, particularly during persistent adversity, but little is known about how adolescents make meaning during prolonged parent-child…
Descriptors: Coping, Parent Child Relationship, Foreign Countries, Migration
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Persram, Ryan J.; Della Porta, Sandra; Scirocco, Alyssa; Howe, Nina; Ross, Hildy S. – Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2019
Naturalistic polyadic family conflicts (i.e., involving three or more members) were studied over a 2-year period by comparing disputes originating between siblings (sibling-originated) or a parent and child (parent-child-originated). Conflicts were coded for (a) origination, (b) topic, (c) resolution, and (d) power in 39 families with two children…
Descriptors: Longitudinal Studies, Conflict, Sibling Relationship, Family Relationship
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