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Influence of paternal parenting on unintentional injury among school students in Taiyuan

TANG Ying,HAO Zhi-hong,HU Rui-jie,XING Yu-mei,WANG Li   

  1. School of Public Health,Shanxi Medical University,Taiyuan,Shanxi 030001,China
  • Received:2016-09-19 Online:2017-03-15 Published:2017-03-15
  • Contact: WANG Li,



  1. 山西医科大学公共卫生学院,山西 太原 030001
  • 通讯作者: 王莉,
  • 作者简介:唐颖(1991-),女,云南人,在读硕士,主要研究方向为儿童意外伤害。
  • 基金资助:

Abstract: Objective To explore the influence of paternal parenting on unintentional injury proneness among children,and to provide the theoretical basis for the prevention of children's unintentional injury by improving the paternal parenting. Method Totally 2 874 students of grade 4 and 5 from 10 primary schools in Taiyuan city were selected by using stratified random cluster sampling method and surveyed with questionnaire. Results The highest average score of father factor was FFI.The number incidence rate of unintentional injury of children was 23.1%.The Logistic regression analysis showed that:parenting style of excessive interference and severe punishment were risk factors for children who had proneness of unintentional injury.Parenting style of excessive interference could significant predict the occurrence of fall injury among children. Conclusion Paternal parenting for children has significant influence on the occurrence of unintentional injury,therefore,much attention should be paid to improving the paternal parenting,in order to reduce the occurrence of different unintentional injury type among children.

Key words: unintentional injury, parenting, father, children

摘要: 目的 研究父亲教养方式对儿童非故意伤害及其倾向的影响,以期通过改善父亲教养方式,为预防儿童非故意伤害发生提供理论依据。方法 分层随机整群抽取太原市10所小学2 874名四、五年级在校学生进行问卷调查。结果 父亲教养方式各因子得分最高的是情感温暖理解。儿童非故意伤害人数发生率为23.1%。Logistic回归分析结果显示:惩罚严厉、过分干涉型教养方式是儿童具有非故意伤害倾向的危险因素;过分干涉型教养方式对儿童跌落伤的发生有正向预测作用。结论 父亲教养方式对儿童非故意伤害的发生有重要影响,应重视改善父亲的教养方式,以降低儿童非故意伤害的发生。

关键词: 非故意伤害, 教养方式, 父亲, 儿童

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