Title

Relationship between parenting styles and emotional stability of senior high school students of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

2018

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Parenting, Emotional Adjustment, Adolescents

Abstract

This study used descriptive correlational, non-experimental design. Purposive and convenience sampling were used to select 200 respondents. The research questionnaire used were adapted from the parenting style tool used by Anies, Martinez, Rapal and Soriano (2007) entitled "The relationship between perceived parenting styles and emotional intelligence among BSN students of Batch 2009 in De La Salle Health Sciences Campus," which was guided by Diana Baumrind's theory on parenting styles. Data was analyzed through frequency distribution, percentage distribution, mean, standard deviation and chi-square. The study found that, 1) Most senior high school students of the De La Salle Health Sciences Institute Batch 2017-2018 who were raised by their parent/s were 17-18 years old, male, Grade 12, youngest child, had an employed mother and father and belonged to a nuclear family; 2) Majority of the respondents' parents used the authoritative parenting style for child rearing; 3) There was a normal level of emotional stability when responding to academic, interpersonal and family related stressors; 4) Age, gender, grade level, ordinal position, parent/s employment status, and family structure are not associated with the parenting style of the parent’s respondents except for religion; 5) Age, gender, grade level, ordinal position, parent/s employment status, and family structure and religion are not associated with the emotional stability of the respondents; 6) There was no significant relationship between the parenting style and emotional stability of the respondents.

First Advisor

Nancy D. De Los Santos

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