عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between parental supervisory styles and Internet safety of children among male and female students of high school. Descriptive correlational (structural equation modeling) method was used at this study. All the second grade students of high school in Dezful and their parents in the academic year of 97-96 were statistical population of this study. According to the sample size, 375 people were selected. Stratified sampling method and random cluster sampling were used for sampling. Two standard questionnaires of determining parental supervisory styles and a researcher-made questionnaire of checking the internet safety of children were used to collect data. The results showed that there is a significant difference between the parenting styles and the level of internet safety of children. Parents' cordial behavior with their children and their proper control give more confidence among family members. The child who feels such a climate feels safe in expressing his Internet needs, the things that are encountered in using the Internet, as well as the questions and problems encountered when using the Internet will be more comfortable to discuss the these issues with parent.
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