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Master of Science in Psychology Major in Human Development
College of Liberal Arts
Madeline Sta. Maria
Defense Panel Chair
Defense Panel Member
Maria Carmen Charvet
Emotion-socialization strategies utilized by parents of male and female adolescents were determined by administering the Emotion Socialization Questionnaire (ESQ) to one hundred (100) male adolescents and one hundred (100) female adolescents from a private, coeducational university with the age bracket of 16-18. Differences in the utilization of emotion-socialization strategies of mothers and fathers between male and female adolescents were also determined by interviewing six parents of adolescent males and six parents of adolescent females. Results showed that there is a significant difference in the physical, verbal and facial expression and avoidance strategies that is utilized by parents of male and female adolescents. Mothers and fathers were also found to be significantly different in utilizing emotion socialization strategies between male and female adolescents. Interview responses were classified into themes in terms of physical affection, verbal expression, approach towards grievenances, approach when distressed, openness of one emotions, and rewards. Each theme showed different responses between male and female adolescents.
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Emotions in adolescence; Socialization; Parent and adult child
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Mansukhani, M. D. (2004). Parental socialization of emotion between male and female adolescents. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_masteral/3156