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Differences in girls' perceived paternal relationships and their self-esteem.
Few studies have concentrated on the father-children relationship. Studies on the relationship of Black fathers and their daughters are severely lacking McAdoo, ; Shulz, ; Staples, This study was deed to examine the difference in Black and White girls' perceptions of their relationship with their fathers. Subjects were 58 high school girls who lived with both parents.Top 25 WEIRD THINGS CAUGHT ON SECURITY \u0026 CCTV CAMERAS Footage #5
Sixteen items from the Children's Report of Parental Behavior Inventory Schaefer, were used to measure the daughters' perception of their relationships with their fathers. Perceived paternal acceptance was assessed by combining scores from the nurturance, involvement and rejection subscale, while perceived paternal control was assessed by the control subscale.
Self-esteem scores were derived from the subjects responses to the Coppersmith Self-Esteem Inventory Each subject was given a questionnaire containing demography items, questions about time spent with father, and the two scales.
The of the study indicated strong positive correlations with self-esteem and paternal acceptance. However, the did not indicate a correlation between self-esteem and paternal control.
Although there was no ificant racial difference in the perceived parental acceptance, amount of time involvement, amount of nurturance or amount of control fathers give, the did indicate that Black fathers were perceived as less rejecting. The self-esteem of the Black girls in this study was ificantly higher than White girls. Perhaps feeling less paternal rejection is, in part, the basis for Black girl's higher self-esteem.
I am very grateful to the members of my thesis committee, Pamela T. Green, for their support. I would like to especially thank Dr. Reid for the encouragement I needed to complete this project. I would like to also thank Marsha Provost who was very kind. I would like to extend by upmost appreciation to my parents, Mr.
Ira Hinton for their patience and understanding; my grandparents, Mr. Van Woodside for their support; and my aunt, Essie Brown for all of her assistance and sympathy. Finally, I would like to thank Carol Tate for her empathy, and Dr. Leubecker for help over and above that required as a committee member.
In the words of Mrs. Tate, "without [their support and advice I would have been unable to finish this project. Hinton, Ivora Dean, "Differences in girls' perceived paternal relationships and their self-esteem" Masters Theses and Doctoral Dissertations. Child Psychology Commons.Black Women in Luxury - TikTok Compilation #1
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Place of Publication Chattanooga Tenn. Abstract Few studies have concentrated on the father-children relationship. Acknowledgments I am very grateful to the members of my thesis committee, Pamela T. Degree M. Subject African American families; Fathers and daughters; Self-esteem in children. Recommended Citation Hinton, Ivora Dean, "Differences in girls' perceived paternal relationships and their self-esteem" Included in Child Psychology Commons.
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