Impact of Parenting Styles on Adolescents’ Self-Esteem in Relation with Demographic Variations
Present research was conducted to explore the impact of parenting perceived styles on self-esteem of the adolescents studying in the Public and Private sectors schools at secondary level. Main focus was on demographic variations of gender, age and family income. The main was to measure the impact of perceived parenting styles on self-esteem of adolescents studying in the public and private sectors schools in relation with demographic variation of age gender, grades, future goals and sector. Study was delimited to public and private secondary school located at Attock, Rawalpindi Hafizabad and Lodhran only. The population of study was encompassed of all science students at secondary level. Findings from current study supports the effect of parenting styles impacts on adolescents’ self-esteem, along with demographic variation also plays a significant role in determining this role. Findings of the present study would be of great importance for educational institutions, adolescents and their parents. Teacher would be able to create learning surrounding that covers aspects which likely will enhance the motivational level of adolescents. Results may motivate adolescents in the understanding of the causes which are hindering their success (low self-esteem). Parents of the adolescents can also get guidance can to amend their parenting style if some faults persist in their contemporary parenting styles.
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