Parenting style as a moderator of child internalization of parental values
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Despite the extensive literature examining the general child outcomes and values related to different parenting styles, little research has focused on parenting style as a moderator of the intergenerational transmission of values. Previous research and theory has pointed to authoritative parenting as the most effective parenting style in regards to parents encouraging their children to internalize their values. Based on Baumrind's (1968, 1991) parenting theory and social learning theory (Bandura, 1977), this study examined authoritative parenting style as a moderator of intergenerational ...