Establishment and Analysis of 3D Structure in Co-Parenting Behavior of Pupil’s Parents

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Abstract

Questionnaire method was used to study co-parenting structure with a sample 775 of couples of school-age children in Dalian of China. At the same time, through situational observations, coding analyses and evaluating for 28 nuclear families’ parents, co-parenting behavior’s actuality and characteristics were shown. The results show that (1) Three factors covered in co-parenting structure: Harmonious-support, active-involvement and opposite-conflict; (2) Superior reliability and validity in self-designed, parental reported co-parenting questionnaire, a reliable test instrument measuring and analyzing the co-parenting behavior, three factors related model, turn to be reasonable and valid.

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Zou, P. , Yang, L. , Liu, W. , Zou, W. and Li, X. (2014) Establishment and Analysis of 3D Structure in Co-Parenting Behavior of Pupil’s Parents. Creative Education, 5, 253-261. doi: 10.4236/ce.2014.54034.

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