Correlates and consequences of anger at their children in immigrant Turkish women

Kamile Kukulu1, Kadriye Bulduloglu1
1Akdeniz University, Turkey
Cite this article:  Kukulu, K., & Bulduloglu, K. (2006). Correlates and consequences of anger at their children in immigrant Turkish women. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 34(3), 257-270.

Volume 34 Issue 3 | e1474 | Published: April 2006 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2006.34.3.257

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This study was conducted in order to determine and explain the anger of mothers in reaction to their relations with their children, as well as how to deal with this anger. The sample was taken from 539 volunteers living in Antalya, who were married women aged 15-49 with children. According to results of this study, fighting with other children, disobeying mother, needing interest and truancy were the main causes of anger for mothers. Statistically meaningful relations were found for the reasons of anger, their reactions to anger, coping methods, age of mother, education level and number of children. It was seen that mothers needed proper ways, parental education, methods and solutions in coping with anger.

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