Parental and Demographic Factors on Internet Use of Turkish Children

Şahin Acar, Başak
Kazak Berument, Sibel
European Congress of Developmental Psychology Summer Tour


Parental and peer acceptance and rejection and cross-context interactions
Altınöz, Zeynep Su; Kazak Berument, Sibel; Department of Psychology (2021-3-05)
The present study aims to investigate the protective role of parental (maternal and paternal) acceptance against peer rejection and the protective role of peer acceptance against parental rejection among children and adolescents. Children from third, fourth, and fifth grades (N = 196), adolescents from ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades (N = 119), and their mothers (N = 315) participated in the study. Children’s and adolescents’ reports on perceptions of parental and peer acceptance and rejection and mothers...
Parental perceptions on emergent literacy in early childhood years
Altıparmak, Sevil; Olgan, Refika; Department of Early Childhood Education (2010)
The aim of the study is to investigate parents’ perceptions on emergent literacy. More specifically, the present study examined the perceptions of parents on emergent literacy and the frequency rates of the home literacy activities that parent engage in spending with their children at home to encourage emergent literacy through a questionnaire, which was developed by Nebrig (2007). Translation and reliability checks and a pilot study were implemented before the actual study was conducted. Parents were asked...
Parental education and time with children: an analysis using 2006 Turkish time use survey
Tanrıvere, Gizem; Dayıoğlu Tayfur, Meltem; Department of Economics (2016)
Parental childcare time, as one of the channels that transfer the positive effects of parental education to children, is important for the development and formation of human capital of children. It is studied in many countries using time use data; however, the effects of parental educational level on their childcare time in Turkey have not been studied yet. Time-diary data from the 2006 Turkish Time Use Survey of TurkStat is used to investigate the factors affecting parents’ time investments in childcare in...
Parental acceptance-rejection/control and sypmtoms of psychopathology : mediator roles of personality characteristics
Yakın, Duygu; Gençöz, Tülin; Department of Psychology (2011)
The purpose of the present study was to examine the relationships between parental acceptance-rejection/control, personality constructs and symptoms of psychopathology. In this regard, 801 university students (440 females and 361 males) between the ages of 18 and 47 (M = 21.85, SD = 2.59) participated in the present study. The data of the study were collected by a package of questionnaires consisting of Demographic Information Sheet, Mother Form of Parental Acceptance-Rejection/ Control Questionnaire, Fathe...
Parental attitudes and ego identity status of Turkish adolescents
Cakir, SG; Aydin, G (2005-12-01)
This study investigated the differences among 403 middle adolescents regarding Marcia's four identity statuses in terms of perceived parental attitudes and gender. The Extended Objective Measure of Ego Identity Status (EOM-EIS-2) and Parental Education Scale (PAS) were used to collect data. Results showed that children of authoritative parents scored significantly higher on identity foreclosure than those of neglectful parents. Children of permissive parents scored significantly higher on identity foreclosu...
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İ. ÇOBAN, B. Şahin Acar, A. DOĞAN, S. Kazak Berument, and D. TAHİROĞLU, “Parental and Demographic Factors on Internet Use of Turkish Children,” presented at the European Congress of Developmental Psychology Summer Tour, Polonya, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: