Mwai To cite this article: Milcah Njoki Nyaga, Kimu Mwai. Science Journal of Education. The aim of this research is to investigate the contributions of selected family factors to drug abuse among adolescents in Kenyan secondary schools.
Some of the more challenging aspects of addressing this problem include differing cultural and religious views about alcohol use. In addition, different types of parenting styles within these different settings can also have a profound effect on adolescent alcohol use and abuse.
To help fill a gap in this body of knowledge, the purpose of this quantitative survey research was to examine the relationship between different parenting styles and alcohol consumption among Jewish college students in the United States because previous studies have not focused specifically on cultural context when studying the relationships between parenting styles and alcohol use by adolescents.
The study is especially important today because there has been an increase in alcohol intake among adolescent Jews in recent years. Moreover, this study contributes to the existing body of knowledge by providing a new dimension of culture to the literature on alcohol and parenting.
A summary of the research and important findings concerning these issues are provided in the study's concluding chapter. Professionals in multiple healthcare fields have warned that adolescent alcohol use can lead to a detrimental drinking patterns, b negative influences on families, and d significant costs to society Yang et al.
These economic costs, of course, are in addition to the tragic toll that adolescent alcohol use can exact, a toll that can last a lifetime.
In fact, adolescents who drink are more likely to drink excessively when they are adults, which can lead to significant mental and physical health problems; thus, it is important to understand how to reduce the prevalence of adolescent alcohol abuse Yang et al.
Abar and Turrisi found that even if parents provided alcohol education and support in late adolescencebetter outcomes were realized.
🔥Citing and more! Add citations directly into your paper, Check for unintentional plagiarism and check for writing mistakes. Parental history for alcoholism and binge drinking (≥5 drinks per occasion) in a sample of alcohol dependent individuals both have been found to influence short-term outcome of alcohol dependence (Hasin, Paykin, & Endicott, ). Parents who lived with their children enjoyed parental involvement which was The study also revealed that majority of the students felt that the parenting styles were effective and their parents were good role models. & Kelly, L. (). Family communication patterns, family environment, and the impact of parental alcoholism on.
The positive outcomes included better peer friendships in college, which acted as a preventative measure for excess alcohol intake.
An influencing factor in adolescent and young adult alcohol consumption is parenting style. Researchers have found that there is a relationship between parenting style and adolescents' attitudes, knowledge and behavior with respect to alcohol use Ballantine, In some cases, an authoritative parenting style can be effective in shaping healthy attitudes about alcohol use in young people, while in others a different style is required.
There are four main types of parenting styles commonly recognized today: These parents are demanding and responsive, controlling but not restrictive.
This child-centered pattern includes high parental involvement, interest, and active participation in the child's life; open communication; trust and acceptance; encouragement of psychological autonomy; and awareness of where children are, with whom, and what they are doing.
These parents are demanding, but not responsive.
They show little trust toward their children, and their way of engagement is strictly adult-centered. These parents often fear losing control, and they discourage open communication. These parents are responsive, warm, accepting, and child-centered, but non-demanding.
They lack parental control. These parents are neither responsive nor demanding. They do not support or encourage their child's self-regulation, and they often fail to monitor or supervise the child's behavior.
They are uninvolved Ballantine,p. Not surprisingly, different outcomes for young people are the result of using different parenting styles, with some being more effective for some purposes than others.is and in to a was not you i of it the be he his but for are this that by on at they with which she or from had we will have an what been one if would who has her.
Developmental Psychology Flashcards for Final. Sample Questions from All Chapters Studied. STUDY. Drinking one or two servings of beer or wine a few days a week during pregnancy can have negative effects on the fetus. Children reach nearly one-half of their adult height by age: two.
Parental history for alcoholism and binge drinking (≥5 drinks per occasion) in a sample of alcohol dependent individuals both have been found to influence short-term outcome of alcohol dependence (Hasin, Paykin, & Endicott, ). The transition to young adulthood is both a time when risky health behaviors such as substance misuse peak and a time of opportunity for growth and development through the acquisition of adult roles.
In this transition, coping styles include responses to the stressors and opportunities associated. Introduction. Alcohol use among children and adolescents poses a major risk in terms of psychosocial development, potential drinking problems in adulthood, and other consequences for the personal and social life of the individual.
Negative emotionality, a personality measure, was the only significant predictor of alcoholism severity in a joint multiple regression with childhood trauma, parental alcoholism, mental health.