Differences in Retrospective Perceptions of Parenting of Male and Female Inmates and Non‐Inmates*
family life, education, inmates, parenting
One hundred twenty‐eight inmates and 337 non‐inmates completed parenting questionnaires that assessed retrospective perceptions of their fathers' and mothers' authoritative, authoritarian, and permissive parenting styles, as well as the stylistic dimensions found within the three styles. Inmates reported higher incidence than non‐inmates of both authoritarian and permissive parenting styles and dimensions, and lower incidence of the authoritative parenting style and dimensions. Significant interactions between inmate status and parent gender and child gender were also found. Recommendations for family life educators in prison settings are outlined.
Original Publication Citation
Chipman, S., Olsen, S. F., Klein, S., Hart, C.H., & Robinson, C. C. (2000). Differences in Retrospective perceptions of parenting of male and female inmates and non-inmates. Family Relations, 49, 5-11.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Chipman, Stacey; Olsen, Susanne F.; Klein, Shirley R.; Hart, Craig H.; and Robinson, Clyde C., "Differences in Retrospective Perceptions of Parenting of Male and Female Inmates and Non‐Inmates*" (2008). All Faculty Publications. 2632.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences