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|Other Titles:||Marriage-Coparenting Interaction Patterns and Parental Involvement: Husband-wife and Father-mother|
Department of Educational Psychology, NTNU
The purposes aims of the present study were to identify marriage-coparenting interaction patterns and to examine the effects of these patterns and family characteristics on parental involvement. Participants the subjects of the present study were 744 pairs of parents with children of ages 5 to 6. Results showed that, first of all, marriage-coparenting interaction patterns could be identified as "positive reaction and supportive coparenting," "negative and passive reaction and undermining coparenting," and "positive reaction but undermining coparenting". Secondly, regarding of parenting involvement, fathers in the "positive reaction and supportive coparenting pattern" reported the highest level of child-care labor division; mothers in the "negative and passive reaction and undermining coparenting pattern" reported the lowest level of child-care labor division. Both fathers and mothers in "positive reaction and supportive coparenting pattern" showed the highest level of parent-child interaction, whereas and fathers and mothers in the "negative and passive reaction and undermining coparenting pattern" showed the lowest level of parent-child interaction. Thirdly, from family level, those parents in the "positive reaction and supportive coparenting pattern" reported the highest level of child-care labor division and parent-child interaction. Finally, fathers' educational levels had significant effect on parental involvement.
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