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Master of Arts
The main goal of this study was to discover how family makeup affects net resiliency scores of children. This quantitative study uses Two-Tailed t-tests, and Pearson correlation to uncover any relationships between net resiliency and living in a single or two-parent household. A sample of 91 children ranging from eleven to eighteen years old was utilized for the study's data collection. Their net resiliency scores, risk factors, protective factors, and family makeup were analyzed to discover any potential relationships between them. The analysis of these factors showed children living in single-parent families have: lower net resiliency scores, fewer protective factors, and more risk factors than their two-parent family cohorts.
DePasquale, Chad E., "Net resiliency: A study of risk and protective factors in single and two-parent familes" (2011). Master's Theses and Capstones. 142.