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Title: Gender differences in effects of father/mother parenting on mathematics achievement growth: A Bioecological model of human development
Authors: 邱美秀
Chiu, Mei-Shiu
Contributors: 教育系
Keywords: Bioecological model;Human development;Gender Mathematics achievement;Parenting;SES
Date: 2020-09
Issue Date: 2021-05-26 11:33:14 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This study aims to investigate gender differences in effective parenting strategies for adolescent mathematics achievement growth, taking into account socioeconomic status (SES), based on a bioecological model. Latent growth curve modeling examines longitudinal data (n = 4163) from the Taiwan Education Panel Survey. The analysis reveals that girls’ performance fits to a quadratic development model; boys’ performance better fits to a linear model. At early adolescence, mothers’ monitoring is the only common effective parenting strategy for both genders. At later adolescence, fathers need to monitor boys but to play a peripheral role (e.g., school participation and rescued discussion)for girls; mothers play direct roles (e.g., listening and persuasion) for boys, but a rational or light-minded role (e.g., discussion and letting-conflict-go) for girls. SES matters mostly in early adolescence. The findings generally support the bioecological model in terms of differential model fit and effective parenting strategies between genders.
Relation: European Journal of Psychology of Education
Data Type: article
DOI link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10212-020-00506-0
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