Parenting Styles and their relationship to Perceived Self- Efficacy among Adolescents in Jerusalem Governorate

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Nisreen said, aziz darwih


This study aims to identify parenting patterns and their relationship to the perceived self-efficacy of adolescents in Jerusalem Governorate. The study consisted of (20) paragraphs, and the data was statistically analyzed using the Social Packages program (SPSS), and the questionnaire was presented to a number of arbitrators with experience and specialization. For the purposes of scientific research, it was found that there is a strong relationship between parenting patterns and perceived self-efficacy among adolescents in Jerusalem governorate, and it was also found that there were no statistically significant differences at the significance level (0.05) between the average responses of the study sample members in the perceived self-efficacy of adolescents in Jerusalem governorate is attributed to the variable (gender, age, place of residence) and based on the results of the study, the study came out with a set of recommendations, the most important of which were:

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