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Perceived parenting style differences on the level of alcohol involvement among the selected students of Cebu Doctors' University.

Author

Sarah Mae De los Reyes,
Jo Dyan Pinote,
Maria Fe F. Abejar

Related Institution

College of Arts and Sciences - Psychology Department - Cebu Doctors' University

Publication Information

Publication Type
Thesis/Dissertations
Thesis Degree
AB
Specialization
Psychology
Publication Date
February 2011

Abstract

     This study aimed to determine the significant difference among the respondents who perceived different parenting styles on their levels of alcohol involvement. The study was conducted at Cebu Doctors University located in No. 1 P.V. Larrazabal Jr. ave., Reclamation Area, Mandaue City. There were one-hundred seventy-one (171) students who participated in the study. The sample respondents were selected through stratified purposive sampling technique. Furthermore, the study utilized two research instruments namely, Sumil Parenting Style Checklist and Index of Alcohol Involvement (IAI). The alcohol Drinking Profile Questionnaire was used to distinguish the alcohol drinkers from the non-alcohol drinkers.


       Based on the findings, the study found out that majority of the respondents perceived authoritative style of parenting, towards their mother with 132 (77%), and towards their father with 130 (76%). Of the total population, a majority or 112 (70%) respondents had low levels, a minority or 46 (30%) respondents had average levels, and none had high level of alcohol involvement. Among those who have low levels of alcohol involvement, a majority of 95 (86%) respondents perceived their mothers as authoritative. Furthermore, majority or 37 students (77%) who had average levels of alcohol involvement, perceived their mothers as authoritative. On the other hand, majority of the respondents who had low levels of alcohol involvement, 92 (82%) respondents perceived their fathers as authoritative. Also, majority of the respondents, 38 (83%0 who had average levels of alcohol involvement, perceived their fathers as authoritative. The study found out that there was no significant difference among the respondents who perceived different parenting styles on their levels of alcohol involvement, (?² = 3.86 < cv= 7.815, ?= 0.05) towards the mother, and (?² = 6.37 < cv=7.815,?=0.05) toward the father.


       Based on the results, it is recommended that parents should increase their levels of awareness over adolescent drinking and monitoring. Thus, possibly reducing the prevalence of adolescent drinking. The school must strictly implement its rule against alcohol drinking within the premises. For further studies, it is recommended that other variables should be considered in relation to the perceived parenting style, such as parent's marital living arrangement, and monitoring style. Also the frequency and amount of alcohol consumption could also be considered in determining alcohol drinkers in the study population.

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