Children's Internet Addiction, Family-to-Work Conflict, and Job Outcomes: A Study of Parent-Child Dyads

@article{Venkatesh2019ChildrensIA,
  title={Children's Internet Addiction, Family-to-Work Conflict, and Job Outcomes: A Study of Parent-Child Dyads},
  author={V. Venkatesh and Tracy Ann Sykes and Frank K. Y. Chan and James Y. L. Thong and Paul Jen-Hwa Hu},
  journal={MIS Q.},
  year={2019},
  volume={43}
}
This paper examines the role of parenting behaviors in influencing children’s Internet addiction and the consequences of children’s Internet addiction on parents’ job outcomes. First, we draw on attachment theory to theorize that five parenting behaviors (i.e., parental control, monitoring, unstructured time, dissuasion, and rationalization) affect children’s Internet addiction and their effects are moderated by the children’s views of parent–child attachment. Second, we draw on research on the… 

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