Parental anxiety and form of parenting during the COVID‑19 pandemic

Elfan Fanhas Fatwa Khomaeny, - (2022) Parental anxiety and form of parenting during the COVID‑19 pandemic. International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, 16 (10). pp. 1-16. ISSN 2288-6729

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The massive development of information technology based on big data, the internet, and artificial intelligence has brought fundamental changes to human patterns and lifestyles, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic that hit globally, has added to large and complex problems in parenting, as well as demanding people to take care of their children. Parents must be able to adapt and reposition themselves with new and effective forms of parenting, this can increase parental anxiety. To determine the level of parental anxiety, this research was conducted using a quantitative descriptive method through the distribution of questionnaires based on the GAD-7 instrument. This study focuses on efforts to capture the level of parental anxiety and the need for a new form of parenting. The results can be the basis for further research to find and develop new forms of parenting. The results of research on 669 parents living in West Java, Indonesia, showed that the level of parental anxiety was 63.08% at the level of moderate and severe anxiety. The level of parental satisfaction regarding the form of parenting used is at a low level of 67.12%, while the level of parental interest in the new form of parenting is at a very high level of 98.51%. The need for the latest form of parenting that can respond to the challenges and demands of the times is very necessary to minimize parental anxiety

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Item Type: Article
AuthorElfan Fanhas Fatwa Khomaeny, -NIDN0425098003
AuthorErika Setyanti Kusumaputeri, -UNSPECIFIED
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan > Karya Dosen
Depositing User: Elfan Fanhas
Date Deposited: 13 Apr 2023 02:12
Last Modified: 17 May 2023 01:02

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