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Original article | International Journal of Educational Researchers 2019, Vol. 10(4) 48-64

Investigation of Protective Factors and Parents' Acception/Rejection Perceptions in Turkish Families

Hatıce Uysal Bayrak

pp. 48 - 64   |  Manu. Number: MANU-1909-17-0004

Published online: December 31, 2019  |   Number of Views: 52  |  Number of Download: 192


Abstract

The aim of the current study is to investigate the relations between parents’ parental acception/rejection perception and the protective factors of the families in terms of various variables. Total sample of 204 parents with children aged 3-8 years who lives in the internal region of Turkey, were conducted to determine being relationships within and beyond the family. Parental Acceptance-Rejection Questionnaire–Mother Form was used in order to determine parental acception/rejection; The Inventory of Family Protective Factors was intended to evaluate the protective factors that contribute to family resilience; Parent As A Teacher Inventory was used to assess parents knowledge levels about child development and education. The current study provides evidence that the Family Protective Factors, Parental Acceptance/Rejection are determinative factors within the families in terms of various variables in Turkish culture.

Keywords: Parent-child relationship, Parents as a teacher, Family protective factors, Turkish families structure


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APA 6th edition
Bayrak, H.U. (2019). Investigation of Protective Factors and Parents' Acception/Rejection Perceptions in Turkish Families . International Journal of Educational Researchers , 10(4), 48-64.

Harvard
Bayrak, H. (2019). Investigation of Protective Factors and Parents' Acception/Rejection Perceptions in Turkish Families . International Journal of Educational Researchers , 10(4), pp. 48-64.

Chicago 16th edition
Bayrak, Hatice Uysal (2019). "Investigation of Protective Factors and Parents' Acception/Rejection Perceptions in Turkish Families ". International Journal of Educational Researchers 10 (4):48-64.

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