Type of Document Dissertation Author LeBlanc, Carol Catherine Author's Email Address email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-06232010-102200 Title Generative Spirituality and the Parent-Child Relationship Degree Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Department Human Ecology Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Marks, Loren D. Committee Chair Baumgartner, Jennifer Committee Member Chaney, Cassandra Committee Member Lawrence, Frances Committee Member Henderson, Edward Dean's Representative Keywords
- Generative Spirituality
- Parent-Child Relationship
Date of Defense 2010-06-04 Availability unrestricted AbstractThis research study includes examining and exploring the processes underlying faith, parent, and child relationships. The project is based on the premises that parents and children mutually influence each other and that faith is important, beneficial, and facilitative, particularly in an increasingly individualistic society.
Qualitative methods were used to uncover a depth of information regarding the intersection of faith, parent, and child. Interview data were utilized from a purposive national sample of 30 highly religious families. Four major themes emerged from the analysis. These themes include Concerns about Contemporary Culture, Commitment to Family Life, Close and Connected Family Relationships, and Children’s Influences.
Implications of this research study include informing professionals in the area of culturally competent practice and expanding theory regarding the nature of generative family relationships.
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