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Influence of Parenting Styles on the Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Strategies of Primary School Students Aged 5–8 Years
thesisposted on 23.01.2019, 11:04 by MANPREET KAUR
This study aimed to discover the influence of parenting styles on decision making and problem solving of primary school students aged 5–8 years students. This research was a qualitative interpretivist study and used Rogoff’s three planes of analysis from a sociocultural perspective to analyse the influence of parenting styles on the decision making and problem solving of the students. No direct correlation was found between parenting style and decision making and problem solving, but it is possible they are related in a wider context.