The Effect of Perceived Parental Autonomy Granting on Vocational Identity and Communication in Emerging Adults
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Joseph Lao, Ph.D.
Rebecca Farmer Huselid, Ph.D.
Academic Program Adviser
Martin Chodorow, Ph.D.
The present study examines the relationship between autonomy granting parenting, vocational identity and communication between emerging adults and parents. It is hypothesized that emerging adults with autonomy granting parents have achieved more stable vocational identities and are better able to communicate with their parents than emerging adults without such parents.
Salmany, Emily, "The Effect of Perceived Parental Autonomy Granting on Vocational Identity and Communication in Emerging Adults" (2016). CUNY Academic Works.