Commenced in January 2007
Frequency: Monthly
Edition: International
Paper Count: 30135
Resilience in Children: A Comparative Analysis between Children with and without Parental Supervision Bandar Abbas

Authors: N. Taghinejad, F. Dortaj, N. Khodabandeh

Abstract:

This research aimed at comparing resilience among male and female children with and without parental supervision in Bandar Abbas. The sample consists of 200 subjects selected through cluster sampling. The research method was comparative causal and Conner and Davidson’s questionnaire form resilience was used for data collection. Results indicated that there is no difference between children with and without parental supervision regarding their resilience capacity. These findings may be challenging and useful for psychologists, officials of children’s affairs and legislators.

Keywords: Resilience, children with parental supervision, children without parental supervision.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1125387

Procedia APA BibTeX Chicago EndNote Harvard JSON MLA RIS XML ISO 690 PDF Downloads 765

References:


[1] C. E. Waugh, B. L. Fredrickson, S.F. Taylor, ''Adapting to life’s slings and arrows: individual differences in resilience when recovering from an anticipated threat'', Journal of Research in Personality, 2008, pp. 42–46.
[2] C. M. Skehill, ''Resilience, coping with an extended stay outdoor Education program and Adolescent Mental Health''. Canberra: university of Canberra: dissertation for the degree of Honurs. 2001.
[3] F. Walsh, Strengthening family resilience. New York: The Guilford press, 2006.
[4] J. Wolfson, J. H. Fields, S. A. Rose, "Symptoms, Temperament, Resiliency, and Control in Anxiety-Disordered Preschool Children". Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Volume 26, Issue 1, January 1987, pp. 16-22
[5] M. Ungar, Introduction: Resilience across cultures and contexts. In M. Ungar (ed.), A handbook for working with children and youth: Pathways to resilience across cultures and contexts (pp. xv-xxxix). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2005.
[6] S. J. Condly, Are view of literature with implications for education resilience inchildren, 2006, 41, pp.211-236.
[7] D. K. Hall, J. Pearson, ''Resilience giving children the skills to bounce back'', Education and Health, 2005, 23(1). pp. 12-15.
[8] R. B. Brooks, children at risk: fostering resilience and hope. American Journal of orthopsychiatry,1994, 64, pp. 545-553.
[9] S. R. Miller, "Cross-age peer tutoring: A strategy for promoting self-determination in students with severe emotional disabilities behavior disorders". Preventing school failure,1995, 39(4), pp. 32-38.
[10] V.S. Harvey, "Raising resiliency school wide". The education Digest, 72(7), 2007, pp. 9-33.
[11] Bandura, self-efficacy, Harvard Mental Health letter, 13(9),1997, pp. 9-13.
[12] K. C. Booker, "Exploring school belonging and academic achievement in African American adolescents". Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 6, 2004, pp. 131-143.
[13] J. Bryan, "fostering educational resilience and achievement in urban school-family community partnerships". Professional school counseling, 8(3), 2005, pp. 219-227.
[14] M. C. Wang, E. W. Gordon, Educational resilience in inner-city American: challenges and prospects. Hillsdale, N j: Lawrence Erlbaum associates, Inc.
[15] J. M. Jones, "Exposure to chronic community violence: Resilience in African American children". Journal of Black psychology, 33,2007, pp. 125-149.
[16] S. B. Hamilton, Behavior specific and generalized outcome resulting from student implemented self-modification projects. Instructionally-Based Training in self-control, 7, 1980, pp. 140-145.
[17] A, Akpalu, "Adoption of children and contribution of the Osu children's Home in Ghana". Science Direct, 2007, 29: 10, pp. 70-84.
[18] B. Bernard, " Resiliency: what we have learned". A Francisco, CA: wested, 2004.
[19] E. J. Christiansen, W. P. Evans,."Adolescent victimization: Testing models of resiliency by gender". The Journal of Earl Adolescence, 25 2005, pp. 298,316.
[20] B. M. Gillespite, "The predictors of resilience in operating room nurses". unpublished Dissertation, 2007, Griffith university.
[21] N. A. Constantine, B. Bernard, & M. Diaz. "A new survey instrument for measuring protective factors and resilience traits in youth: The Healthy Kids Resilience Assessment". annual Society for Prevention Research National Conference, New Orlean,1998.
[22] M. Bartley. Capability and resilience: Beating the odds (Areaprivation), The UCL Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. www. UCL.ac.UK.2007.
[23] S. Masten, & Powell, The resiliency model Excellent source of indepth information on resiliency. http://resilnet.uiuc. Edu/library.2003.
[24] E. Nancy, Rg H, Tracy L. S, Claire H, Laurie C, Qing Zh, Anne K, Cynthia L. S, Carlos V, and Jeffrey L. "Relations of Temperament to Maladjustment and Ego Resiliency in At-Risk Children". National institutes of healh.2011, 19, 3, pp. 577–600.