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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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Parenting styles in Rasht parents

By: Mirzaie. M; Chehrzad. M. M; Yaghoobi.Y


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.

Key words: Parenting styles, Parents, adolescence

Article Type : Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2014/08/23 | Accepted: 2014/08/23 | Published: 2014/08/23

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