The relationship of different parenting styles to the involvement to drug dependency of adolescent confined at Narcotics Command Treatment and Rehabilitation Center Bicutan, Taguig, Metro Manila

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Drug Users, Substance-Related Disorders, Adolescents, Parent-Child Relations, Parenting


This study employed the descriptive-exploratory design. Purposive or judgmental sampling was used to select the respondents. They were 102 drug dependent adolescents ages 13-20 or 100% of the population in Narcotics Command Treatment and Rehabilitation Center in Bicutan, Taguig, Metro Manila. The self-made questionnaire in a form of a Likert scale was used to gather data. Percentage, mean, t-test and f-test or One-Way ANOVA were the statistical treatments employed. The study concludes that there was no significant relationship between parenting styles and the months of involvement of adolescents to drug dependency when they are grouped according to age, sex, and educational attainment.

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