Master of Science (MS)
First Advisor's Name
First Advisor's Committee Title
Second Advisor's Name
Mary J. Levitt
Third Advisor's Name
Troubled Ruminations, Parental Involvement, Divorce, Family Form, Paternal role, Non-resident Fathers
Date of Defense
This study is an exploration of the relationship between retrospectively perceived desired parental involvement and current troubled ruminations about fathers and mothers by young adults. It investigates the impact of family form on desired parental involvement and troubled ruminations. The data were taken from a larger project (Finley, Mira, & Schwartz, 2008), consisting of 1,714 ethnically diverse, young adult university students. The results show a significant correlation between desired paternal involvement and troubled ruminations about fathers (r= .369, p
Nazareth, Alina, "Family Form, Desired Parental Involvement and Troubled Ruminations about Fathers and Mothers" (2012). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 650.
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