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To Assess the Effectiveness of Positive Parenting Teaching for the Self-Esteem Development among Caregivers of Pre-Adolescence | Abstract

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
eISSN No. 2347-2367 pISSN No. 2347-2545

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To Assess the Effectiveness of Positive Parenting Teaching for the Self-Esteem Development among Caregivers of Pre-Adolescence

Author(s): Shabnam Sayyad* and Jaya Gawai

Abstract

Background: Parenting is one of the strongest influences on children, particularly, during their early childhood years. Early life experiences form the foundation for brain architecture and scientists now know that a major ingredient in this brain development process is the interaction between children with their parents or caregivers. Positive parenting is focused on developing a strong, deeply committed relationship between parent and child based on communication and mutual respect. Positive Parenting focuses on teaching children not just what but also why. Positive parenting means training children toward self-control. Aim: The aim of this study is to assess the effectiveness of positive parenting teaching on development of self-esteem among Primary care givers of preadolescence. Objectives: To assess the existing self- esteem among primary care givers of preadolescence on development of self-esteem in experimental group and control group. To evaluate the effectiveness of positive parenting teaching on development of self-esteem among primary care givers of preadolescence in experimental group before and after intervention. To correlate the effectiveness of positive parenting teaching on development of self-esteem among primary care givers of preadolescence between experimental and control group. To compare the effectiveness of positive parenting teaching on development of self-esteem among primary care givers of preadolescence between experimental and control group. To associate post test score of positive parenting teaching on development of self-esteem among primary care givers of preadolescence in experimental group and control group. Material and method: research approach -Interventional research approach with interventional and control group pretest-posttest. Study design: experimental research design. Population- primary care givers of preadolescence. Setting of the study: Urban and rural area of Wardha district. Sampling technique: Nonprobability convenient sampling technique. Sample size: 100. Result: The study shows that in Primary care givers 39.88% had self- esteem score in experimental group and 32.04 %in control group after pretest. After posttest 73.94 % had self -esteem score in experimental group and 33.18% as it was in pretest in control group. Association was found with demographic variable age, gender and locality in experimental group and gender and locality in control group. Conclusion: In this study, the findings of the study shows that there is significant association of positive parenting teaching score within relation to demographic variables such as age, gender, locality of care givers of preadolescence in experimental group and in control group association of gender and locality of care givers of pre adolescence.

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