The Relationship of Parenting Style in Abusive Families to Child Resilience


What Is the Relationship of Parenting Style in Abusive Families to Child Resilience?
Details: The literature review of a dissertation is more than a “book report” that summarizes a set of research articles. The literature review is a synthesis of ideas. This synthesis illuminates a gap in the research literature that can be filled by additional research such as a doctoral dissertation. In this assignment, you will synthesize the articles listed, and you will describe how the synthesis of the articles informs a gap in the research that your dissertation study will fill. General Requirements: Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment: • Instructors will be using a grading rubric to grade the assignments. It is recommended that learners review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment in order to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment. • Doctoral learners are required to use APA style for their writing assignments. The APA Style Guide is located in the Student Success Center. Directions: Write a paper (1,250-1,500 words) that synthesizes the 10 studies Do that by including the following in your paper: 1.A statement of common findings addressed in each of the articles. 2.A statement of the conclusions that can be drawn when the articles are taken together as a single entity (synthesis). What is the overall message of the group of articles? (Benchmarks: Critically appraise and synthesize existing research.) 3.A discussion of how these studies, when taken together, inform the research gap that your dissertation will fill. List of Articles 1: Ben-David, V. and Jonson-Reid, M. (2017) “Resilience among adult survivors of childhood neglect: A missing piece in the resilience literature”, Children and Youth Services Review, 78 (1), pp. 93-103. 2: Grove, S., Gray, J. and Burns, N. (2014) Understanding nursing research: building an evidence-based practice, Saint-Louis: Elsevier Health Sciences. 3: Kraan, T. C., Velthorst, E., Themmen, M., Valmaggia, L., Kempton, M. J., McGuire, P., van Os, J., Rutten, B., Smit, F., de Haan, L. and van der Gaag, M. (2018) “Child Maltreatment and Clinical Outcome in Individuals at Ultra-High Risk for Psychosis in the EU-GEI High Risk Study”, Schizophrenia Bulletin, 44 (3), pp. 584-592. 4: Maccoby, E. E. and Martin, J. A. (1983) “Socialization in the context of the family: Parent-child interaction”, in P. H. Mussen and E. M. Hetherington (Eds), Manual of child psychology, Volume 4: Social development, New York: John Wiley and Sons, pp. 1–101. 5: Masten, A. (2018) “Adult resilience after child abuse”, Nature Human Behaviour, 2 (4), pp. 244-245. 6: Meng, X., Fleury, M.-J., Xiang, Y.-T., Li, M. and D’Arcy, C. (2018) “Resilience and protective factors among people with a history of child maltreatment: a systematic review”, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 53 (5), pp. 453-475. 7: Oshri, A., Topple, T. A. and Carlson, M. W. (2017) “Positive Youth Development and Resilience: Growth Patterns of Social Skills among Youth Investigated for Maltreatment”, Child Development, 88 (4), pp. 1087-1099. 8: Saunders, M., Lewis, P. and Thornhill, A. (2016) Research methods for business students, 7th ed., Harlow: Pearson Education. 9: Titterton, M. and Taylor, J. (2017) “Rethinking Risk and Resilience in Childhood and Child Maltreatment”, The British Journal of Social Work, Advance Volume, pp. 1-18. 10: Yoon, S. (2017) “Fostering Resilient Development: Protective Factors Underlying Externalizing Trajectories of Maltreated Children”, Journal of Child and Family Studies, 27 (2), pp. 443-452.