Parental Styles And Its Influence on Adolescents Self Esteem
by Jones, Eric
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This book delves into the deepest feelings of self worth of adolescents as they are brought up by differing paretal styles. What is the perfect parental style; permissive, authoritarian or authoritative. Parental style is an important topic of discussion in the modern world. Researches have reported that there is a relationship between parental styles and self-esteem across different ethnic groups and countries. This book addresses this in the Ghanaian setting.
Eric Jones, schooled at the University Of Ghana, Legon, studied a Bachelor Of Arts in Psychology with Sociology. He seeks to enhance his management skills and experience to enable maximum contribution to the nation and world at large. Being analytical, organizational, and communicator have all contributed in making this book a read for all.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
28 April 2017
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.003 m; 0.132 kg