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The purpose of this study was to examine college students’ culturally-mediated perceptions, prevalence, and experiences of helicopter parenting and its potential impact on their development. Using an online survey platform, we conducted an online survey of 40 Korean American college students in three large universities in the Southeastern region of the U.S. The majority of the participating Korean American college students acknowledged the negative aspects of helicopter parenting and its negative impact on various outcomes in students while recognizing the parents’ benevolent intent and positive effects on academics and career preparation. The findings were mostly consistent with previous research but added rich description and cultural nuance and meaning of helicopter parenting and its perceived impacts on various developmental outcomes to the current literature.
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- Does Culture Matter? A Qualitative Inquiry of Helicopter Parenting in Korean American College Students
Jennie C. De Gagne
- Springer US