The Relationship between parenting style and self-esteem

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2002
Tunç, Aygül
The purpose of the present study is to investigate the relationships of different types of perceived parenting style and self-esteem. The sample was 755 (354 females, 401 males) high school students in Yenimahalle district, in Ankara. The data were gathered by administering three instruments, namely Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale (RSS), Parenting Style Inventory (PSI) and Demographic Inventory (DI). Ill 1 ^»*oaJ *25*«**The result of the ANOVA employed to self-esteem scores of the high school students revealed a significant main effect for the parenting style groups. The results yielded that there were significant differences between those who perceived their parents as "authoritarian" and those who perceived their parents as "authoritative" and "permissive indulgent". In other words, findings suggested that those who perceived their parents as "authoritarian" have a relatively low level of self-esteem as compared to those who perceived their parents as "authoritative" and "permissive indulgent".

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A. Tunç, “The Relationship between parenting style and self-esteem,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.