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mirzaie M, chehrzad M, yaghoobi Y. Parenting styles in Rasht parents. J Holist Nurs Midwifery. 2009; 19 (1) :46-50
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Introduction: The parenting styles used in different periods of childhood can have an effect ‎on child personality evolution. Child and parents relationship in addition to comfort provision ‎and feeling reinforcement like trust, confidence, security and independence, can be a ‎predisposing factor for physical, psychological and especially social growth and maturity or ‎vice versa‏ ‏in‏ ‏adolescence.‎

 Objective: This study was conducted to determine parenting styles in parents with ‎adolescence in Rasht.‎

Methods: The present study is a descriptive study in which ‎‏150‏‎ adolescents between ‎‏14-16‏‎ ‎years old were selected by cluster sampling from Rasht high schools. Data collection ‎instrument consisted of a two parts questionnaire including adolescent and family ‎demographic information and parental Bonding Instrument (PBI) for measuring mother and ‎father´s relationship quality that were completed by adolescents and analyzed by SPSS ‎‏15‏‎.‎ Results: The findings showed that mean and standard deviation of care and protection were ‎‏15‏‎.‎‏39±3‏‎.‎‏68‏‎ and ‎‏16‏‎.‎‏63±4‏‎.‎‏22‏‎ in fathers, and ‎‏13‏‎.‎‏45±4‏‎.‎‏22‏‎ and ‎‏14‏‎.‎‏40±4‏‎.‎‏81‏‎ in mothers ‎respectively and parents based on instrument grading had "Affectionless control".‎

Conclusion: The results showed that parents were cool with children. They inhibit children's ‎independence and progress by overprotection and low care. This can be due to lack of ‎knowledge related to parent´s relationship and good parenting styles in different periods of ‎growth and development and irrecoverable complication on adolescent future life that ‎highlights public education necessity before having children based on structural planning for ‎parenting.‎ Ke

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Received: 2014/08/23 | Accepted: 2014/08/23 | Published: 2014/08/23

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