Percieved Role Management and Parental Self-Efficacy of College Students

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Carrie Bumgarner Bergeson (Creator)
East Carolina University (ECU )
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Abstract: The current study seeks to make a contribution to the existing literature on parenting programs by examining the effects of the Triple-P Positive Parenting Program (Triple P), on college students who are parents. Using a family systems framework as a theoretical guide, a case study was done to analyze parental role management and self-efficacy upon completion of Triple P parenting seminars. Four to six weeks upon completion of the Triple P seminar follow-up interviews were conducted with the 3 participants of this case study. After transcription and analyses of all participants' responses, a relevance to perceptions of participants' parental self-efficacy and role management as student parents was identified.

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Language: English
Date: 2016
Parenting Program, Triple P Case Study, Triple P
Parenting--Study and teaching; College student parents; Self-efficacy

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