|Revista INFAD 2012||
ISSN EDICIÓN EN PAPEL: 0214-9877
|Nº1, Vol. 1, pp. 329-336||doi: en trámite|
Aceptación/ rechazo parental en una muestra de adolescentes. Diferencias según sexo y edad
Mª Isabel Polo del Río / Fernando Fajardo Bullón / Eva Martín López /
Teresa Gómez Carroza / Benito León del Barco. pp. 329
AbstractThe concept of parenting styles has been widely used in research on child and youth development over recent decades. Various definitions have been developed from different perspectives, but one of the most accepted is that provided, in its integrative model by Darling and Steinberg (1993), who define parenting style as “a constellation of attitudes toward the child must communicate andwhich, taken together, create an emotional climate in which parental behaviors are expressed.Studies show as the perception that children have the educational styles that parents have on them, influence generality and mental health (Funes, 1984), and personal adjustment, social (Llopis and Llopis, 2001 and Lopez- Soler, Port, Lopez-Pina and Prieto, 2009) and behavioral (Sanchez Sandoval, 2002), as well as more specific aspects such as self-concept (Musitu and Garcia, 2004) and substance (Pons and Berjano, 1997).Our work is part of a larger research related to school life and bullying in primary schools and secondary schools and aims to assess the perceptions of children about parenting styles, particularly the acceptance / rejection and obtain parental information on modulating variables such as sex and age. Have participated to this a total of 700 adolescents, students of Secondary Education (ESO) of the Community of Extremadura. To obtain employment data Affect Schedule sons version, EA-H (Fuentes, Motrico and Bathsheba, 2001). Our results confirm that sons perceive more rejection, criticism and lack of trust from their parents than daughters. On the other hand, adolescents perceived more affection early age and communication and more rejection and criticism from their parents (father and mother), that older adolescents.Keywords: Parental styles, acceptance, rejection, teenagers, sex and age.