Parenting Style as Context: An Integrative Model

@article{Darling1993ParentingSA,
  title={Parenting Style as Context: An Integrative Model},
  author={Nancy K. Darling and Laurence D. Steinberg},
  journal={Psychological Bulletin},
  year={1993},
  volume={113},
  pages={487-496}
}
Despite broad consensus about the effects of parenting practices on child development, many questions about the construct parenting style remain unanswered. Particularly pressing issues are the variability in the effects of parenting style as a function of the child's cultural background, the processes through which parenting style influences the child's development, and the operationalization of parenting style. Drawing on historical review, the authors present a model that integrates two… Expand

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