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Psicothema, 2007. Vol. Vol. 19 (nº 4). 597-602




Percepción de las estrategias de socialización parentales en familias adoptivas y no adoptivas

Isabel María Bernedo Muñoz, María Jesús Fuentes Rebollo, M. Fernández-Molina y Rosa Bersabé Morán

Universidad de Málaga

Las estrategias de socialización parentales han sido poco investigadas en familias adoptivas. Este trabajo analiza la percepción de las estrategias de socialización de los padres y de los hijos adolescentes adoptados y no adoptados, utilizando como covariables el sexo y la edad de los adolescentes. La muestra está formada por 55 adolescentes adoptados (20 chicos y 35 chicas de 11 a 17 años) y sus respectivos padres (55 familias); y 402 adolescentes no adoptados (200 chicos y 202 chicas de 11 a 17 años) de tres centros escolares públicos, así como 258 padres no adoptivos. Los instrumentos utilizados fueron la Escala de Afecto (EA) y la Escala de Normas y Exigencias (ENE) (versión hijos y versión padres). Los resultados ponen de manifiesto que las familias adoptivas son percibidas, tanto desde el punto de vista de los padres y madres adoptivos como de los adolescentes adoptados, más afectivas, comunicativas e inductivas y menos críticas e indulgentes que las familias no adoptivas. No se ha encontrado diferencia entre adolescentes adoptados y no adoptados en las puntuaciones de la escala de rigidez de padres y madres.

Perception of parental socialization strategies in adoptive and non-adoptive families. Although parental socialization styles have been investigated in recent years, little research has been carried out on the issue of parental styles in adoptive families. The aim of this research is to analyse parental styles both from the point of view of the parents and of adopted and non-adopted adolescents, taking as covariables the adolescents’ sex and age. The sample was made up of 55 adopted adolescents (20 boys and 35 girls with an age range of 11-17 years) and their 55 adoptive parents, and 402 non-adopted adolescents (200 boys and 202 girls with an age range of 11-17 years), and their 258 parents. Two scales evaluated parental styles: the Affect Scale and the Rules and Demands Scale. The results showed that, both from the point of view of the parents and of the adolescents, adoptive families are more affective, communicative and inductive, and less critical and indulgent than non-adoptive families. No differences were found between adopted and non-adopted adolescents on the Parents’ Rigidity Scale.

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