Paper Information

Journal:   STUDIES IN EDUCATION & PSYCHOLOGY   2010 , Volume 10 , Number 3; Page(s) 177 To 196.
 
Paper: 

THE RELATIONS AMONG SELF-CONCEPT, FAMILY STRUCTURE AND PERCEIVED PARENTAL REARING PRACTICES IN ADOLESCENCE

 
 
Author(s):  REZVANKHAH M.*
 
* SHAHID BAHONAR TEACHER TRAINING CENTER
 
Abstract: 
Self-concept component and its relationship with family structure and perceived parental rearing practices was examined in a sample of 163 adolescents (87 girls and 76 boys, aged 16 years old) selected randomly from high schools in Tabriz. The subjects completed Tennessee self-concept scale with 84 items and a 77-item inventory measuring parental rearing practices. Results revealed no significant gender differences in general self-concept. The female subjects evaluated parental love higher than the male ones. However, findings didn’t show any significant gender differences in the perceived parental control. Four practices of parental rearing (authoritative, authoritarian, neglectful, and permissiveness) were studied in relation to self-concept. According to the results of ANOVA analysis, high self-concept was found to be associated more with parental authoritative style than the three other rearing practices. Furthermore, except for mother education, there was no significant relationship between self-concept and the family physical structure.
 
Keyword(s): SELF-CONCEPT, PARENTAL REARING PRACTICES, FAMILY STRUCTURE, ADOLESCENCE
 
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