• Literature Review- Parenting Styles and Child Development
    occurs throughout a lifetime. The purpose of this research was to identify how specific parenting styles positively and negatively correlate with behaviors in children, how they affect children, and what methods of parenting could be used to benefit the development of children. Parenting Styles and...
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  • sociology Ia
    Literature Review Research Question: What are the effects that single-parenting has on children? Family defined by Sara McLanahan (1994) is the basic social group united through bonds of kinship or marriage, present in all society. Ideally, the family provides its members with protection...
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  • Single Parenting
    single mother and father. The ongoing controversies about this family formation use to be bizarre in the past but due to increase in awareness and technological changes it has become tolerated. Single parenting as far as I am concerned can be described as a weak alternative to the whole or balance...
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  • Desiree
    research were: (a) examine the relation between conflict with the mother-identified primary co-caregiver; (b) parenting practices in single parent, economically disadvantaged African American families. The research is empirical and quantitative. No theoretical statements were included. It was hypothesized...
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  • Sba 2012
    INTRODUCTION This project is a research on the effects of single parenting on families in the community of Newland which is in situated in the Parish of St. Catherine, Portmore within the vicinity of Portmore Lane and Cumberland. Newland host a little over 200 households and businesses...
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  • The Effects of the Parenting Styles on the Behavior of Psychology Students in Centro Escolar University Year 2012-2013
    The Effects of the Parenting Styles on the Behavior of Psychology Students in Centro Escolar University Year 2012-2013 An Undergraduate Research Presented to the Faculty of School of Science and Technology In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the...
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  • Research Project
    violence 12. What are the reasons you believe victims usually stay in the abusive relationship? Don’t have anywhere else to live Afraid Love child’s sake Financial help 13. What are the effects of domestic violence? Poor parenting Teenage pregnancy Single parenting Child abuse Street...
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  • Review of Related Literature
    literature relating them to the objective of the problem of the study. Foreign Parenting practices of a representative sample of 1,056 urban mothers with very young children were studied via the Parent Behavior Checklist (Fox, 1994) and the Behavior Screening Questionnaire (Richman & Graham, 1971...
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  • parenting styles influence antisocial behavior
    reared by a single parent and contribute to anti-social behaviors. Research has shown that certain parenting practices, monitoring, and problem solving strategies are linked to behaviors issues. Additionally, previous studies show that despite peer influences and other factors, when parenting...
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  • Perceived Maternal Parenting Styles and Self-Esteem Between Ever-Smokers Between Never-Smokers College Students
    parenting style and self-esteem between ever-smoker and never-smoker college students from three colleges located in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. A modified version of Parental Authoritarian Questionnaire (PAQ) and the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSE) were used. A total of 120 participants consisted of...
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  • Research Paper
    adolescents surveyed lived within an intact family or a family with a single parent and extended family members living in the same household. An interesting finding of this study was that peer pressure was more strongly related to drug use than was parenting. That being said, parenting practices were also...
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  • Article Critique
    research, the authors created a hypothesis believing that child care exposure could serve as a positive influence to infants, who had less-optimal parenting because they would have positive attachment security. On the other hand, infants with superlative parents would show negative attachment security...
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  • Separation
    techniques, and subject of the research work. SUMMARY This study attempted to discover to know the effects of having a broken family. The study made use of descriptive method of research the gathering techniques and questionnaires were adopted. The researchers used different parts in...
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  • The Mother Coparent Relationship
    Caucasian youth to be raised in single-mother homes (54% vs. 21%; U.S. Census Bureau, 2008), yet being raised in a single-mother home does not necessarily mean that other adults and family members are not intricately involved in parenting (i.e., coparenting). In fact, the majority of African American single...
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  • Research
    Research Project. “Family Involvement Makes a Difference in School Success.” 19 Aug. 2010 . Magar, Prashant. “Single Parenting Effects.” 19 Aug. 2010 . “Family Involvement in Children's Education.” Oct. 1997. 18 Aug. 2010 . Basil, Akanle. “Socio-Economic Factors Influencing Students...
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  • Young People
    consequence of a broken family structure. In other words single parenting either mum or dad. The following are some quotes from the main stream media during this period “Most of these children come from lone-mother households … Successive generations are being brought up only by mothers...
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  • Self Esteem with Parents
    self-esteem questionnaire. The test recruited 40 participants, 20 from two parent families and 20 from single who each completed the questionnaire. Data analysis found that although there is a small relationship between the two, the effect is not large enough to support the findings by H, David...
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  • Assessment Tools Analysis
    questionnaire measures depression symptoms, such as headache, constipation, loss of appetite, backache or chronic fatigue (Viinamäki, Tanskanen, et al., 2004). It is a straightforward, low-cost, easy to use, 21-item test presented in multiple-choice format. The BDI is intended to be used in research and...
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  • The Effects of Parental Relationship and Parent-Child Relationship on Adolescents’ Self-Esteem in Divorce Family
    Between 11- 18 of Single Parents. It will be distributed to each of the student selected from probability sampling. This questionnaire is composed of four parts. The first part (Appendix I) includes questions on some personal information like age, sex, school type and education level. The...
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  • Study on Transgenerationa Transmission on Parenting
    …………………………………………………………………. Abstract……………………………………………………………………….. Introduction…………………………………………………………………… Literature Review……………………………………………………………… Parenting Research…………………………………………………….. Baumrind’s parenting prototypes……………………………… Parenting trends in the 20th Century…………………………… Intergenerational Research...
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