• Literature Review- Parenting Styles and Child Development
     Abstract A parenting style is a method or type of parenting which directly and indirectly influences the development of the child. Developmental psychologists study the physical, cognitive, social, intellectual, perceptual, emotional and personality growth and development that occurs...
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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, companionship...
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  • Single Parenting
    is definition of terms. INTRODUCTION This research is prepared to share experiences and circumstances of the determined once lost hope but forced to rise and fight the difficulties of life alone to promote their children no different, if not the single parents are labeled. Researchers make it all...
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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. Approximately...
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  • Desiree
    relationship differ by age or race?. Journal of Women’s Health, 16, 510-516. The foci of this research were: (a) assess the association of pregnancy intention, age, race, and birth outcomes. The research is empirical and quantitative. No theoretical statements were included. It was hypothesized that...
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  • parenting styles influence antisocial behavior
    systemically studied children born and raised by single parents verses children parented by and living with both parents. Furthermore, single parents are scrutinized from the birthday of children until the child reaches adulthood. The interest is whether a single parent can properly raise a child to be a...
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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 Course ...
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  • Miss
    Community & Family Topics Summaries RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES 1. Quantitative Research- involves measuring or collecting facts in the form of numbers. Examples: experiments, structured interviews & questionnaires. 2. Qualitative Research- involves collecting data to provide an explanation...
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  • Review of Related Literature
    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). Potential determinants of parenting practices were also...
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  • Perceived Maternal Parenting Styles and Self-Esteem Between Ever-Smokers Between Never-Smokers College Students
    TITLE: Perceived Maternal Parenting Styles and Self-Esteem between Ever-smokers between Never-smokers College Students MAJOR: PSYCHOLOGY SUPERVISOR: MS. YEW WAN PING CO-SUPERVISOR: DR. SUNFA KIM DATE: 18th APRIL 2013 Running Head: PERCEIVED MATERNAL PARENTING STYLE AND SELF-ESTEEM ...
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  • Research Project
    the effects of domestic violence on the family, in the community of Rock Hall? Reason for selection the area of research Having been lived in the community of Rock Hall of over 16 years the researcher has realized that domestic violence has been prominent in the community...
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  • Research Paper
    Research Proposal Substance Abuse: Parental Involvement during Adolescent Years and its effects on Teen Substance Abuse Norfolk State University November 25, 2013 Professor Worley – SWK 416 Introduction Adolescent substance abuse in Virginia is below the national average...
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  • How Does Media Affect Children
    report on parents, children and the media by Lucy McCarraher for the Parenting Education & Support Forum in association with the NSPCC, Family Circle magazine and Glasgow Media Group Parenting Education & Support Forum The Parenting Education & Support Forum brings together those concerned with or working ...
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  • Study on Transgenerationa Transmission on Parenting
    PARENTING STYLES AND VALUES: MECHANISMS OF INTERGENERATIONAL CONTINUITY AND DISCONTINUITY A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Western Carolina University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in School Psychology. By Melissa Florence...
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  • The Mother Coparent Relationship
    American Single-Mother Families Sarah E. Shook Duke University Medical Center Deborah J. Jones University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Rex Forehand University of Vermont Shannon Dorsey University of Washington Gene Brody University of Georgia African American youth from single-mother...
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  • Assessment Tools Analysis
    Assessment Tools Analysis The vulnerable population of single low-income mothers and their children are at risk for poor health: physically, socially, and psychologically. As a nurse, I know the importance of performing a complete nursing assessment to provide the best nursing care. It is helpful to...
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  • Separation
    and Restaurant Management Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Subject Research By: Chester Allan V. Bulanadi Reychel M. Bautista Marwin C. Dela Cruz Chatterly T. Ponce Nikki Rose Reňon Jaahziel P. Rivera ...
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  • Single Parent
    may undergone if they would be a product of single-parent family. This study would like to find out the cases faced by the First Year College Students of Philippine Normal University – NCTE, Negros Occidental Campus, Cadiz City, who belong to single – parent family. This would present the underlying...
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  • Article Critique
    article called, “Exposure to Child Care, Parenting Style and Attachment Security”. It presented a study to determine whether or not the security of attachment varied, based on the amount of exposure to child care and parenting quality. After reading previous research, the authors created a hypothesis believing...
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  • Young People
    professionals raised the issue of family. The media went further to link the riot as a 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...
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