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Relationships between parentingstyles of women working in hospitals and preschooler's anxiety, isolation and agression
S Abbasi, Z Asgari, T Mehrabi *
, mehrabi@nm.mui.ac.ir
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Introduction: The family is the first and most enduring factor that has been notedas a builder and underlying child's behavior and personality. Given the crucial role of parenting style and the impact of their jobs on applying nurturing styles, discussion about working women is really important. In jobs related to hospitals, becauseof specific job characteristics including variable shifts and rotating and excessive working hours, work - family conflict is not a rare phenomenon. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the relationships between parentingstyles of women working in hospitals andpreschooler's anxiety, isolation and agression. Method: A correlational study was performed to see whether or not parentingstyles of women working in hospitals and preschooler's anxiety, isolation and agression are correlated. A number of 70 women employed in hospitals with children aged 3-6 years who were selected by convenience sampling,took part in the study. The data was collected through questionnaire in three parts: demographic characteristics, parenting Bamrynd (1973) and behavior problems in preschool children. Questionnaires reliability and validity have been confirmed in several studies. The collected data was analyzed through conducting a series of t-tests, Pearson Correlationand SPSS16 software. Results: The mean age of mothers was 32 years, more than half of working women were nurses. 63.3% of the children were boys and 36.7% were girls. The children's mean age was 4years. According to the findings of the study the rational authority parenting style and children's isolation, anxious and agression were negatively correlated (p≤٠٫٠5). According to the findings, it is concluded that authoritarian parenting and Permissivestyle are positively correlated with children's isolation, anxiety and agression. Conclusion: Because of the central role of mothers in developing mental and emotionalaspects of children and also special features of occupation in healthcare systems, parenting classes and methods that provide accurate patterns in the short periods for working women in hospitals, to promote efficient use ofthe principles and techniques and learn how to properly rear children from preschoolage, is suggested.
Keywords: Parenting styles, women working in hospitals, preschooler, behavioral problems
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Type of Study: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing | Subject: nursing
Received: 2015/06/9
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Abbasi S, Asgari Z, Mehrabi T. Relationships between parentingstyles of women working in hospitals and preschooler's anxiety, isolation and agression. IJNR. 2015; 10 (2) :63-71
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