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Dimensions of Parenting as Predictors of School Children Peer Relationships
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Str. 805 - 822
In this study we examined the link between the parent-child relationship
and the child's relationship with peers. The proposed
model assumes that the quality of the parent-child relationship
affects the child's self-concept, which in turn affects the child's
integration into the world of peers. The sample consisted of 263
children (10–14 years of age). The quality of the parent-child relationship
was assessed by mother's and father's acceptance and
rejection. Peer relationships were assessed by the quality of
friendship and peer acceptance and rejection. The measure of
the child's self-concept included general and social self-esteem.
The results suggest that the father's acceptance predicts friendship
quality and peer rejection. The child's self-concept serves as a
mediating role in the relationship between the parent-child interaction,
especially the father's acceptance, and involvement with
peers. The results suggest that a positive self-concept and warm
supportive parenting are related with peer relationship quality.
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