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Perceptions of parenting styles in South Africa: The effects of gender and ethnicity
(Cogent OA, 2016)
Parenting style is an area of research which is emerging in South Africa. Previous research notes significant differences between ethnic groups in terms of parenting. In a country as diverse as South Africa, which has ...
Young South African adults perceptions of parent psychological control and antisocial behaviour
(Society for Personality Research (Inc.), 2012)
We extended prior research by investigating perceptions of parental psychological control as a contributor to young adults’ antisocial behavior in a sample of 382 South African university students aged between 18 and 25 ...
Maternal parenting in single and two-parent families in South Africa from a child's perspective
(Society for Personality Research (Inc.), 2011)
Single mothers are often perceived and depicted as being ineffective parents in comparison to their married counterparts, but this may not always be the case. A sample consisting of 245 children (72% in married mother ...
Political socialization of the youth: an examination of the family as an agency for youth citizenship in South Africa
(NOVA Science, 2015)
This study examined the role of the family in the political socialization of the youth. Two hundred and seventy-five (275) youth completed the self-administered questionnaire that was adapted from the Afrobarometer Round ...
Association between knowledge of child development and parenting: a systematic review
(Bentham Open, 2016)
BACKGROUND: Parents who understand early child development are better informed on how to respond to children’s needs. They are also in a better position to identify developmental delays as opposed to a parent with less ...
The effect of religion on parenting in order to guide parents in the way they parent: a systematic review
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Religion has a growing influence on parenting, and there remains a need to understand the influence of religious values in order to inform parents, and other professional bodies, on how religious beliefs can influence ...