Comparative Study

| Published: June 25, 2016

The Relation between Parenting Stress and Marital Satisfaction of Mother with Efficacy Students with Visual Impairment, a Relation Design

Nooshin Asadi

M.A in Exceptional Children, Central Tehran of Azad University, Tehran, Iran Google Scholar More about the auther

DIP: 18.01.088/20160303

DOI: 10.25215/0303.088


Introduction: Evidence suggests that parents of children with mental or physical problems are more likely to have encountered numerous problems. Objective: The presented study was conducted with aim to determine the relation between marital satisfaction and parenting stress of mothers with efficacy in students with visual impairment. Method: this plan carried out in the area of descriptive studies in the form of causal-comparative study. The target formed the population included all male students with visual impairment living in Tehran and Karaj. For this purpose sixty (N =60) Students (age range 22-12, with average age: 18.2) were selected by available sampling method .Data collection was used on survey methods to assess index of parenting stress, marital satisfaction and self-efficacy questionnaire work by Schafer (response rate = 93%), Enrich (response rate = 90%) and general self-efficacy (response rate = 89%). Data collected were used with the help of Pearson correlation test, F-test and regression analysis. As well as qualitative data were analyzed obtained from the assessment coding demographic and qualitative data analysis tool Atlas.ti-5.2. Results: Data analysis showed that amount of stress between parenting stress and marital satisfaction with self-efficacy of children is significant. In this regard, parenting stress of mothers was determined by three variance levels of academic self-efficacy (r=-0.35), Social (r=-0.27) and emotional (r=-0.28). The results showed that women share of parenting stress in mothers in define of self-efficacy students was higher than the share of marital satisfaction. Conclusion: As the research literature shows, the results reflect the tension between the components of marital satisfaction; styles of parenting and students’ self-efficacy, the findings also offer preventive implications that could be important in the area of applications.

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Published in   Volume 03, Issue 3, April-June, 2016