The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 9
Page No. 1986 - 1992

Comparison the Attachment Styles and Parenting Styles of Bullying and Normal Student’s Mothers

Authors : Seyed Reza Poorseyed, Elnaz Pishghadam and Maryam Safara

Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the attachment styles and parenting styles of bullying and normal parents. The research design was a descriptive with casual-comparative method. The research population included all 5th and 6h grade boys and girls in primary school in Eghlid in 1392-93 school years. The sample was included 392 people, 192 student bullying and 200 normal students. Sample of normal school students were selected using a multistage random sampling method. Census method was used to select groups of students bullying. Data collected from the Hazan and Shaver attachment styles questionnaire and Bamrynd parenting styles questionnaires. The data were analyzed with MANOVA. The results of multivariate analysis show that there are significant differences between attachment styles of bullying and normally parents. The results also showed that the authoritarian and authoritative parenting style was significant difference in bullying and normally. Families that has a strong emotional relationship with their children and apply proper operation, subsequent children are less prone to behavioral disorders.

How to cite this article:

Seyed Reza Poorseyed, Elnaz Pishghadam and Maryam Safara, 2016. Comparison the Attachment Styles and Parenting Styles of Bullying and Normal Student’s Mothers. The Social Sciences, 11: 1986-1992.

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