Parenting Styles and Aggression Among Young Adolescents: A Systematic Review of Literature

  title={Parenting Styles and Aggression Among Young Adolescents: A Systematic Review of Literature},
  author={Hamid Masud and Muhammad Shakil Ahmad and Ki Woong Cho and Zainab Fakhr},
  journal={Community Mental Health Journal},
There is ample research on aggression amongst children and adolescents that highlights several antecedents of aggression. While researchers have remarked on the relationship between parenting styles and aggression in children, there are few studies that integrate and systemize the available studies on parenting styles and aggression. The present review is an attempt to fill this gap. For this review, relevant studies were first searched, then coded and classified. As a result of thorough review… 

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