Anda belum login :: 22 Apr 2024 20:15 WIB
BukuA cross-cultural study of family style and parent behavior on the social competence behavior of 4- and 5-year-old children
Author: Brown-Pullam, Panzia Adams Belice ; Schertz, Linda Sluder (Advisor)
Bahasa: (EN )    ISBN: 0-599-15240-0    
Penerbit: TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY     Tahun Terbit: 1998    
Jenis: Theses - Dissertation
Fulltext: 9916237.pdf (0.0B; 13 download)
This study examined the effects of restrictive and nurturing parenting styles on teacher ratings of social competence behaviors of 4- and 5-year-old African American, Anglo, and Hispanic children. Twenty children were placed into each of the three groups for this research. Parenting styles with respect to restrictive or nurturing within age, gender, and ethnicity were selected as independent variables. Three instruments comprised the dependent variables used in this study. The School Social Skills (S3) Rating Scale and the Social Competence and Behavior Evaluation (SCBE) were used to rate the social competence of the 4- and 5-year-olds with peers, teachers, and other adults in the school. The Rickel Modified Child Rearing Practice Report (CRPR) was used by parents to identify their parenting styles as either nurturing or restrictive. The findings suggested that Hispanic parents had the highest ratings in nurturing parenting style. There were no differences between African-American and Anglo parents with respect to nurturing. In addition, Hispanic parents rated the highest in restrictive parenting style, suggesting more structure and limits for their children are provided. Study results suggest that the Hispanic children scored the lowest in adherence to school rules and classroom behavior indicating some school rule infractions and classroom discipline problems because these children have spent less time with peers in structured social settings.
Opini AndaKlik untuk menuliskan opini Anda tentang koleksi ini!

Lihat Sejarah Pengadaan  Konversi Metadata   Kembali
Process time: 0.171875 second(s)