The relationship of perceived parental involvement and self-esteem with the leisure participation of children in grades 5 and 7. 
Date of Award
Access Controlled Thesis
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Margaret L. Arnold
Dr. Lynn Anderson
Dr. Sharon L. Todd
This study examined parental involvement as perceived by children and the relationship of that perception with children’s self-esteem and leisure participation. Additionally, the study examined the effects of family structure and selected socioeconomic factors on perceived parental involvement. A self-report questionnaire was administered to 66 students attending grades 5 and 7 in a rural New York school.The questionnaire contained content scales from two standardized instruments: the Parent-Child Relationship Inventory (PCRI, 1994), adapted for child respondents, and the Culture Free Self Esteem Inventories (CFSEI-3, 2002).
Breitkreitz Catterfeld, Patricia Ellen, "The relationship of perceived parental involvement and self-esteem with the leisure participation of children in grades 5 and 7. " (2003). Master's Theses. 84.