Prácticas de crianza y desarrollo afectivo y emocional de los niños
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Palabras clave

perception
parenting styles
adolescents
education
affect percepción
prácticas crianza
afecto
educación
adolescentes

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Frías Armenta , M. ., Fraijo Sing, B. ., & Tapia Fonllem , C. . (2013). Prácticas de crianza y desarrollo afectivo y emocional de los niños . Psicumex, 2(2), 30–41. https://doi.org/10.36793/psicumex.v2i2.213

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La familia es el lugar donde los niños gozan de sus primeras interacciones con el mundo, los padres les proporcionan el soporte emocional y social, además de las actividades de aprendizaje. Las madres, especialmente, invierten grandes cantidades de recursos, tiempo y energía para que puedan sobrevivir y convertirse en adultos exitosos. Teóricamente, las madres y los padres buscan invertir en la crianza de sus hijos, para que éstos logren un proceso de adaptación y sobrevivencia al ambiente que les tocó vivir, por lo tanto, buscan las mejores técnicas para lograrlo. En este sentido, el presente estudio investiga cómo los padres y las madres se perciben a sí mismos en sus prácticas de crianza y en las formas de mostrar afecto a sus hijos e hijas. La muestra la conformaron 201 padres y madres de familia escogidos al azar en la ciudad de Hermosillo, Sonora. Las entrevistas se llevaron a cabo en sus hogares por psicólogas. Estadísticas descriptivas, t de student y chi cuadrada fueron utilizadas para el análisis de datos. Los resultados nos indican que los padres se aprecian a sí mismos como buenos, responsables y amorosos y no utilizaron el castigo físico. Se puede concluir que ellos tienen una percepción positiva de sus prácticas de crianza y de cómo educan a sus hijos.

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