Michal Miovský


Parenting Styles and Typology of Adolescents Drinking

Zveřejnil: Mgr. Lenka Šťastná Ph.D. | Poslední úprava: 25.10.2014

Recent studies show that behavior of parents and their parenting styles may significantly participate in the frequency and pattern of alcohol use among children and adolescents. The factors characterizing the particular parenting style include: family communication, family rules, father’s and mother’s control (monitoring), and emotional warmth and affection.


Čablová, L., Csémy, L., Michalec, J., Miovský, M. (2014). Parenting Styles and Typology of Adolescents Drinking. Poster at 5th International Coonference and Member´s Meeting EUSPR. Palma de Mallorca, October 16-18, 2014.

Klíčová slova

parenting styles, typology, drinking, alcohol use, children, adolescents


Aim: The aim of our study is to examine the influence of parental behavior and specific parenting styles on the incidence of drunkenness, frequency of alcohol drinking and then, based on these findings, propose a typology of drinking among children and adolescents. Methods: Data were obtained via a questionnaire survey among children and adolescents. The research sample consisted of 1,263 pupils and students aged 10-18 years (mean age = 14.7 years, 54 % of boys and 46 % girls). Results: The results indicate significant relation between the incidence of drunkenness in the last 30 days and frequency of alcohol drinking among children and adolescents and perceived family rules and father’s emotional warmth. Conclusion: Parenting styles may significantly affect the onset, development and type of alcohol use among children and adolescents. It is therefore important in primary prevention to focus both on research and on practical application and implementation of the programs in which parents and their children are involved.

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