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The Role of Child-Rearing Practices in the Socialization Processes of Junior High School Students: A Socio-Cultural Perspective
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The Role of Child-Rearing Practices in the Socialization Processes of Junior High School Students: A Socio-Cultural Perspective

M. Hossaynnejaad

H. Abdollaahzaadeh, Ph.D.

From a Vygotskian perspective since children construct their value systems through interaction with others, they can become self-regulated if their culture emphasizes such a characteristic via the child-rearing practices of their parents. To test this hypothesis, a total of 171 families were selected through random sampling of junior high school students. The parents completed the Baumerind questionnaire on child-rearing practices, while the students answered questions on values and self-regulation. Based on the first set of data, the families were categorized in three categories of authoritative, authoritarian, and easy-going. Further analyses revealed that in the authoritarian category there was a significant correlation between the parenting styles of mothers and fathers, while certain values (such as conservatism and self-sacrifice) and self-regulation were also significantly higher among their children compared to other categories.

Key words: socialization, values, self-regulation, child-rearing style, Vygotsky

Keywords: socialization, values, self-regulation, child-rearing style, Vygotsky
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2016/12/21 | Accepted: 2016/12/21 | Published: 2016/12/21
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The Role of Child-Rearing Practices in the Socialization Processes of Junior High School Students: A Socio-Cultural Perspective. QJOE. 2015; 31 (2) :119-144
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Volume 31, Issue 2 (9-2015) Back to browse issues page
فصلنامه تعلیم و تربیت Quarterly Journal of Education
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