The Growth of Eyelashes and Wigs Industries: Is it True that Working Mother Parenting Practice Affects Children's Social and Social Development
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- Growth of Industries, Working Mother Parenting, Social Development
The growth of eyelashes and wigs industries have reached dozens of companies in Purbalingga District. The company has recruited thousands of female laborers, and there were many mother who has early age child among them. It was worrying that the less interaction between mother and children caused unoptimal children social development. The study involved 54 working mothers of 5-6 years old children in the Purbalingga District. This study analyzed the relationship between working mother parenting practice and children's social development. The research data was collected by distributing questionnaires about working mother parenting practice and children’s social development. The instruments had been validated. The result of research indicated that there was no significant correlation between working mother parenting practice and children social development. A discussion regarding the current findings notify that good social development for children is formed not only because of mother’s parenting but rather cooperative interaction between parents.
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TY - CONF AU - Asih Nur Ismiatun AU - Yoyon Suryono PY - 2018/11 DA - 2018/11 TI - The Growth of Eyelashes and Wigs Industries: Is it True that Working Mother Parenting Practice Affects Children's Social and Social Development BT - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Early Childhood Education. Semarang Early Childhood Research and Education Talks (SECRET 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 163 EP - 169 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/secret-18.2018.26 DO - 10.2991/secret-18.2018.26 ID - NurIsmiatun2018/11 ER -