The Father-Child Relationship, Parenting Styles, and Adolescent Risk Behaviors in Intact Families.

Journal Name
Journal of family issues
Journal Volume
27
Journal Issue
6
Page Count
32
Year Published
2006
Author (Individual)
Bronte-Tinkew, Jacinta.
Moore, Kristin A.
Carrano, Jennifer.
Resource Type
Journal Article
Resource Format
Unbound
The father-child relationship and father's parenting style are examined as predictors of first delinquency and substance use, using data from the National Longitudinal Study of Youth 1997, Rounds 1 to 3 (N= 5,345), among adolescents in intact families. Discrete time logistic regressions indicate that a more positive father-child relationship predicts a reduced risk of engagement in multiple first risky behaviors. Having a father with an authoritarian parenting style is associated with an increased risk of engaging in delinquent activity and substance use. Two-way interaction models further indicate that the negative effect of authoritarian parenting is reduced when fathers have a positive relationship with their adolescent. Permissive parenting also predicts less risky behavior when the father-child relationship is positive. The positive influence of the father-child relationship on risk behaviors is stronger for male than for female adolescents. (Author abstract).

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