June 25, 2016
A Study on the Relationship of Parenting Style with Emotional Maturity of Secondary School Students
A parenting style is a psychological construct representing standard strategies that parents use in their child rearing. There are many differing theories and opinions on the best ways to rear children, as well as differing levels of time and effort that parents are willing to invest. Parental interest starts soon after birth. This includes the process of birth, breast- feeding, affirming the value of the baby’s cry as the parent. The present study was intended to find out the relationship of parenting style with emotional maturity of secondary school students in Kannur District. The major objective of the present study were To find out parenting style of secondary school students for the whole sample and based on the relevant sub sample- gender, type of management and locate ,to find out the emotional maturity of secondary school students for the whole sample and based on relevant subsample - gender, type of management and locate, To find out the relationship between parenting style and emotional maturity of secondary school students for the whole sample and relevant subsample, gender, type of management and locate. The findings of the study is useful to find out the way of improving emotional maturity with respect to parenting style. Also the researcher thinks that the findings of the study would yield valid information regarding the problem at parenting style effects child development.
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© 2016 I K Jisha
How to cite this article:
Jisha K V.(2016) A Study on the Relationship of Parenting Style with Emotional Maturity of Secondary School Students.International Journal of Indian Psychology, 3 (3), DOI: 10.25215/0303.004, DIP: 18.01.004/20160303
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