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Within the frame of family education and its effects on children , the model of parenting styles

  title={Within the frame of family education and its effects on children , the model of parenting styles},
  author={Alfonso Osorio and Marta Gonz{\'a}lez-C{\'a}mara},
Resumen Background: While international studies have reported the superiority of the authoritative style (which combines parental involvement with demandingness), some studies in Spain and in other countries have found that the indulgent style (involvement without demandingness) might be just as good or even better. This study aims to discern whether the differences are cultural or methodological. Method: 306 adolescents from high schools in Madrid and Valencia (Spain) answered a questionnaire… Expand

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