Rules? Role Model? Relationship? The Impact of Parents on Their Children’s Problematic Mobile Phone Involvement

Volume: 22, Issue: 1, Pages: 82 - 108
Published: Feb 12, 2018
Abstract
Parents can influence their children’s problematic mobile phone involvement (PMPI) by engaging in parental mediation activities, such as restrictions or co-use, by being a role model, and by their general and domain-unspecific parenting style that facilitates more or less attachment security of the child. This study tested the associations between these different routes of influence—parental mediation of the mobile phone, parental PMPI, and...
Paper Details
Title
Rules? Role Model? Relationship? The Impact of Parents on Their Children’s Problematic Mobile Phone Involvement
DOI
Published Date
Feb 12, 2018
Journal
Volume
22
Issue
1
Pages
82 - 108
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