Gender-Based Comparison Of Parental Involvement In Children Personality Traits Development

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Saif Ullah, Farrukh Kamran, Ayesha Afzal, Saadia Khan, Dr. Matiullah, Dr. Irfan Ullah Khan, Qamar Hussain


The current study was conducted to investigate the participation of parents in the build-out of their children's various personality traits and also to compare it with gender-based parental participation in the build-out of their children various personality traits studying at the secondary school level. To answer the research questions, a qualitative research design was adopted. The Southern districts (Hangu, Lakki Marwat, Tank, DIKhan, Bannu, Karak, and Kohat) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were taken as sample districts. Based on this, the researcher determined the sample size of the current study to be 10 parents of secondary school students to be interviewed. The researcher conducted semi-structured interviews with 10 selected participants from this study of which 05 were male and 05 were female. The protocol of the interview was based on a framework of parents’ involvement in their child's personality trait development. The collected information was examined by using NVIVO-11. 10 interviews were written down and these evaluated. From this study, personality was considered to be a very crucial element of parental participation in the build-out of their children's personality traits which contains 42 text units with coverage of 11.21%. Another element of a child’s personality which was bold also found to be significant parental involvement in their child's personality trait development which includes 18 text units and coverage of 1.79%. Another theme as friendly nature was also considered very important of parental participation in the personality of their children; it also approved its significance with 5 texts units and 9.00% of coverage. Another theme hardworking was also selected as crucial parental involvement in a child’s personality. The reliable worker was also considered to be a crucial theme of parental involvement in their child’s personality.

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