Universitas Mercu Buana

Unggul, Bermutu dan Bermanfaat

Theme of Journal : Parenting (11 Mei 2017)


1. Journal Identity
Title                  : Parenting styles and academic achievement of young adolescents: A systematic literature review
Author             : Hamid Masud , Ramayah Thurasamy, dan  Muhammad Shakil Ahmad
Volume           : 49
Issue                : -
Pages               : 2411 - 2433
Publication      : 2015
ISSN               : -
Copyright       

Abstract
Literature accords the importance of parenting style and their impact on young adolescent’s behavior. There are many factors that affect the academic performance of children and parenting styles is one of the significant factors of academic performance. But there is lack of research that integrates and systemizes the relationship between parenting styles and academic performance especially in Pakistan. The unit of analysis of this research was studies that were previously conducted on parenting styles and academic performance of young children. Main focus of search was to availability of data that is most recent and relevant, so this research paper focuses on 39 studies. Articles from seven databases (Google Scholar, Science Direct, Taylor and Francis Journals,Web of Science, JSTOR, Springer link and SAGE Journals) were identified related to the topic using a pre-established set of terms that included both parenting styles and academic performance. All the studies highlighted that parenting styles affect the academic achievement of adolescents. It was analyzed that authoritative parenting style is the most effective parenting style in enhancing the academic performance of young children. More research is needed on parenting styles in different continents to have an understanding of the cultural effect of parenting styles on the academic performance of adolescents. Implications for parents and policy makers are discussed.

2. Journal Identity
Title                             : Relationship Between Active Coping With Parenting Stress In Mother Of Mentally Retarded Child
Author                         : Umi Mawardah, Siswati, Farida Hidayati
Volume                       : 1
Issue                            : -
Pages                           : 1-14
Publication                  : 2012
ISSN                           : -
Copyright                    Copyright © 2015 by authors and Scientific Research Publishing Inc.Document URL      download.portalgaruda.org/article.php?article=75042&val=4725

Abstract
This research was conducted to examine the relationship between active coping with parenting stress in mothers of children mental.Subjek retardation in this study are 66 people who had a mother whose son was mentally retarded child at school SLB ABC Swadaya Kendal. Methods of data collection in this study using two scales, namely Active Coping Scale and Parenting Stress Scale.
Simple regression analysis showed an association between active coping with parenting stress in mothers of children with mental retardation. This is shown by the value of 0.756 RY12 with sig (2-tailed) = 0.000 (p <0.05) positive sign on the correlation coefficient indicates the direction of positive relationships. This means that the higher the higher active coping parenting stress, where as the lower active coping, the lower parenting stress. Active coping effectively contributed 57.1% to the stress of caregiving. These results indicate that there is another factor at 42.9%, which   also   contributed   to   Parenting   Stress   is   not   revealed   in   this    study.
Keywords: Active Coping, Parenting Stress

3. Journal Identity

Title                  : A Structural Equation Model for Parenting Stress in Mothers of Premature Infants

Author             : Yu, M; Kim, K E
Volume           :25
Issue                : 4
Pages               : 1334-1344
Publication      : 2016
ISSN               : 10621024
Copyright        : Springer Science+Business Media New York 2016
Document URL: https://search.proquest.com/docview/1771236434?accountid=34643
Abstract
The aim of this study was to develop a model to explain the factors influencing parenting stress in mothers of premature infants, and to verify the appropriateness of the model. The exogenous variables consisted of infant temperament and maternal positive psychological capital (PsyCap). Endogenous variables consisted of parenting efficacy and parenting stress. The participants included 233 mothers of premature infants, with a corrected age under 24 months. Data were collected from March to September 2013, using self-reported questionnaires. The model fit indices suggested that the original hypothesized model adequately fit the data. The final model accounted for 39 % of the variance in parenting stress. Furthermore, we found that parenting stress was directly and indirectly affected by infant temperament, and their mother's positive PsyCap via parenting efficacy. Premature infant's negative emotionality was moderately related to higher parenting efficacy and lower parenting stress. Mother's positive PsyCap directly affected parentingefficacy and parenting, and indirectly affected parenting stress through parenting efficacy. Furthermore, parenting efficacy directly affected parenting stress. These results suggest that nursing strategies based on the parent-child interaction model are needed for promoting positive maternal mental health and parenting efficacy, to reduce parenting stress in mothers of premature infants.

4. Journal Identity
Title                 : The association of parenting style and child age with parental limit setting
                        and adolescent MySpace behavior     
Author             : Larry D. Rosen , Nancy A. Cheever , L. Mark Carrier
Volume           : 29     
Issue                : -
Page                : 459-471
Publication      : 2008
DOI                 : 10.1016/j.appdev.2008.07.005
Copyright        : © 2008 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
URL                : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/222667489_The_association_of_parenting_style_and_child_age_with_parental_limit_setting_and_adolescent_MySpace_behavior

Abstract
Parent and teenMySpace user pairs completed online surveys administered in June (N = 266) and September 2006 (N = 341) to assess relationships between parenting styles and limit setting and monitoring of online behaviors, the prevalence of Internet dangers and pre-teen and teenMySpace behaviors. Cross-comparison measures of MySpace usage, parenting style, limit setting/ monitoring, MySpace problems, and media perceptions were used. Parenting styles were
strongly related to adolescent MySpace experiences, behaviors, and attitudes, with some age differences. Parentswith older childrenweremore likely to haveNeglectful or Indulgent parenting
styles and less likely to set limits on online behavior. The extent of sexual solicitation, pornography, and cyberbullying was relatively low as compared with studies asserting a high incidence of Internet-related problems. Parents' high estimates of online dangers were not matched by their low rates of setting limits and monitoring teens. Theoretical and practical perspectives of the results are offered to enhance social networking experiences for parents and their children.

5. Journal Identity
Title                 : Inflexible Parents, Inflexible Kids: A 6-Year Longitudinal Study of Parenting Style and the Development of Psychological Flexibility in Adolescents
Author             : Williams, Kathryn E; Ciarrochi, Joseph; Heaven, Patrick C; L
Volume           : 41
Issue                : -
Pages               : 1053-66
Publication      : 2012
ISSN               : 00472891
Copyright        : Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012
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Abstrak

Parenting behaviors have been linked to children's self regulation, but it is less clear how they relate to adolescent psychological flexibility. Psychological flexibility is a broad construct that describes an individual's ability to respond appropriately to environmental demands and internal experiences in the service of their goals. We examined the longitudinal relationships between perceived parenting style and psychological flexibility among students at five Australian schools (N = 749) over 6 years, beginning in Grade 7 (50.3% female, mean age 12.39 years). Parenting style was measured in Grades 7 and 12, and psychological flexibility from Grade 9 through 12. Psychological flexibility decreased, on average, with age. Multi-level modelling indicated that authoritarian parenting (low warmth, high control) in Grade 7 predicted later (low) psychological flexibility. Moreover, increases in authoritarian parenting and decreases in authoritative parenting(high warmth and control) were associated with adolescent psychological flexibility across the high school years. Change in parenting predicted future psychological flexibility but did not predict change over time. Structural Equation Modelling revealed that adolescent psychological flexibility in Grade 9 predicted later decreases in authoritarian and increases in authoritative parenting. We discuss the implications of these findings for understanding how parenting changes and the consequences of such change for the development of psychological flexibility.
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