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Beijing Da Xue Xue Bao. 2012 Jun 18;44(3):364-8.

[Parenting skills situation and need assessment among parents of primary school pupils].

[Article in Chinese]

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Department of Child, Adolescent and Women's Health, Peking University School of Public Health, Beijing, China.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE:

To investigate parenting skills and need among parents of primary school pupils and to explore influencing factors.

METHODS:

A total of 1 394 parents of rural and urban primary school pupils were recruited by multistage stratified random clustered sampling method. They were asked to complete a self-report questionnaire regarding demographic and socioeconomic backgrounds, parenting scale, parenting need assessment, parent-to-child interaction attitudes, social support, physical/mental maltreatment experiences in childhood and so forth.

RESULTS:

Apart from TV/film/broadcasting, rural parents' utilization of other parenting deliveries was less than that of urban parents. Urban and rural parents both had high needs for parenting skills. Parents' physical/mental maltreatment experiences in childhood were risk factors for dysfunctional parenting. Positive parent-to-child interaction attitudes and high social support were protective factors against dysfunctional parenting. Mothers, parents of boys, middle/low family incomes, and parents with positive parent-to-child interaction attitudes had higher demands for parenting skills.

CONCLUSION:

We should make full use of mass media, interpersonal communication to meet the needs of parenting for parents, especially rural parents. More attention should be paid to parents with childhood maltreatment experiences, low social support and less positive parent-to-child interaction attitudes.

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22692304
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