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A study to assess the perceived impact of parenting style on self esteem of adolescents in selected colleges Tirupati

Author: 
R. Pavithra, Dr. A. Padmaja
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

The aim of the study was to assess the perceived impact of parenting style on self esteem of adolescents in selected colleges, Tirupati. Objectives: 1. To assess the perception of adolescents regarding parenting style of parents 2. To assess the self esteem of adolescents 3. To find correlation between perceived maternal & paternal parenting style with self esteem of adolescents 4. To find the association between demographic variables with perceived maternal & paternal parenting style 5. To find the association between demographic variables with self esteem of adolescents Methodology: By using cluster random sampling technique a descriptive research design was adopted, 100 adolescent college students were taken as samples, and data collection was done by using a standardized and self structured questionnaire. Results: The study results revealed that out of 100 adolescents, majority 42(42%) were having Permissive, and 40 (40%) were having authoritative parenting style, 16(16%) were having Authoritarian and 02(02%) were having neglected parenting style, and out of 100 adolescents 87 (87%) had moderate level of self esteem, 8 (8%) had mild level of self esteem and 5 (5%) had high self esteem, and showed significant relationship between self esteem and parenting style at p<0.05. Conclusion: As the technology is increasing day by day the parenting has reduced and the children are more attracted to the technology and lacking good guidance and support from the parents, the present study is aimed to show the importance of parenting style on the development of self esteem of adolescents, it has shown a positive relationship between the parenting style and self esteem.

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