religious parenting, religious parent-child transmission, religious child development, authoritative parenting, religion
Religious participation can have many positive effects on children and adolescents, including improved health, academic, and social capabilities. Therefore, many parents are concerned by the decrease in religiosity in American society today. In response to this common concern, this literature review discusses how various types of religious parenting can improve parent-child religious transmission while maintaining good parent-child relationships and promoting healthy child development. Much of the research on parenting styles suggests that religious parenting is most successful when using an authoritative style of parenting (high structure, high warmth, high autonomy) rather than an authoritarian style (high structure, low warmth, low autonomy). Applications of authoritative religious parenting and their effects are also discussed.
"The Double-Edged Sword: Unsuccessful versus Successful Religious Parenting and Transmission,"
Intuition: The BYU Undergraduate Journal of Psychology: Vol. 15:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/intuition/vol15/iss2/3