The Effect of Parental Attitude Depending on the Developmental Stages of Children


Parental attitudes have been the focus of research for many years. In this study, the effect of a dynamic parenting attitude as a function of the developmental stages of the children is discussed. Current parental attitudes, the evaluation of scientific studies and stages of development were examined in detail using the thematic synthesis method. Apart from the static understanding, the model that emerged as a result of the study is dynamically meaningful and three main parenting attitudes were developed; counseling, friendship and egalitarian. In this sense, the counseling attitude is understood as information, advice and focus on the needs, goals and preferences of the child; A friendly attitude also includes more togetherness, conversation, sharing and support. On the other hand, it seems crucial to feel as an individual, to get support, to consult their ideas and to ask for help, which requires them to take responsibility.The dynamic attitude to parenting, which includes counseling, friendship and libertarianism, makes it important for educators to show a more meaningful approach to individual development. However, since this is a qualitative study with this new attitude, it would be useful to explore these attitudes using different research methods such as multidimensional quantitative and experimental studies.

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Mustafa Tekke, Duzce University, Turkey

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Conference: ECE2023
Stream: Educational Research

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Tekke M. (2023) The Effect of Parental Attitude Depending on the Developmental Stages of Children ISSN: 2188-1162 The European Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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