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Vol. 10, Special Issue 9 (2021)

Relationship between parenting styles and moral development of adolescence

Author(s):
Bojjagani Babitha, L Uma Devi, Bilquis and K Dhanasree
Abstract:
The present study examined the relationship between parenting styles and moral development of adolescents. An explorative study was conducted on 180 respondents, which includes 90 adolescents aged 12-21 years and 90 parents (either of the parent). Moral development test developed by Alpanana sen Gupta and Shagufta Fakhrudden (2015) and parenting style four factor questionnaire developed by Shyny. T.Y and Omana. V.G (2017) was used for data collection. The results interpreted that majority of late adolescents scored high in moral development followed by early and middle adolescents. Irrespective of age girls had high scores than boys on moral development however non-significant difference was found between gender and moral development of adolescents observed. Democratic and Authoritarian parenting practise had positive effect on adolescent’s moral development while indulgent and uninvolved parents styles had negative influence on moral development of adolescents.
Pages: 711-714  |  611 Views  330 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Bojjagani Babitha, L Uma Devi, Bilquis and K Dhanasree. Relationship between parenting styles and moral development of adolescence. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(9S): 711-714.
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