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The effectiveness of a parenting education program based on respected parents & respected children for mothers of preschool-aged children
- The effectiveness of a parenting education program based on respected parents & respected children for mothers of preschool-aged children
- Doh, Hyun-Sim; Kim, Min-Jung; Shin, Nana; Song, Seung-Min; Lee, Woon Kyung; Kim, Soojee
- Ewha Authors
- 도현심; 신나나; 이운경
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- 도현심; 신나나
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- CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES REVIEW
- CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES REVIEW vol. 68, pp. 115 - 124
- Parenting education; Parenting behavior; Co-parenting; Parenting efficacy; Parenting stress
- PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD
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- The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the Respected Parents & Respected Children (RPRC) parenting education program for mothers of preschool-aged children in South Korea. A total of 99 mothers were assigned to an intervention group (n = 54) or a control group (n = 45). Mothers in the intervention group received 16 weekly sessions of the parenting education program and then were compared with mothers who did not take part in the program. Questionnaires were used to assess parenting characteristics (i.e., maternal depression and anger, parenting behavior, co-parenting, parenting efficacy, and parenting stress) at baseline (pretest), immediately after the termination of the program (post-test), and 8 months after the end of the program (follow-up test). Maternal rejection/restrictions, dissatisfaction, and parental distress of the intervention group decreased and efficacy as parents improved after taking part in the program, and these effects were sustained at follow-up. Our findings support the effectiveness of the RPRC parenting education program in changing parenting strategies and satisfaction and emphasize the need for preventive interventions for parents with young children. (C) 2016 Published by Elsevier Ltd.
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