PSI324


Course Title Course Code Program Level
Parenting and Child Development PSI324 Psychology B.A. / B.Sc.

Course Term
(Course Semester)
Teaching and Learning Methods
Credits
Theory Practice Lab Projects/Field Work Seminars/Workshops Other Total Credits ECTS Credits
06
(Spring)
42 83 125 3 5

Teaching Staff Öğr. Gör. Melisa EBEOĞLU
Language of Instruction İngilizce (English)
Type Of Course Elective
Prerequisites There is no prerequisite for this course.
Recommended Optional Programme Component
Course Objectives There is no prerequisite for this course.
Course Content In this course, students are introduced to parenting, parenting in various cultures, changing roles and responsibilities of parents throughout life, parenting in various situations, child maltreatment, family conflict, father involvement and maternal gatekeeping.
Learning Outcomes (LO) Learning Outcomes The students who attend the course and are successful at the end of semester will be able to; 1- define basic concepts and theories about parenting 2- comprehend research methods and ethical principles in the field of parenting 3-define the changing roles and responsibilities of parents throughout their life 4- have information about the child maltreatment and family conflict 5-obtaine information about the definition and content of prevention and intervention programs 6- search literature in the field of parenting and to have information about current research findings 7- think critically and analytically
Mode of Delivery Face to face
Course Outline
Week Topics
1. Week Introduction and Examination of Syllabus
2. Week Prenatal Development, Preparation for Birth and Parenthood, Transition to Parenthood
3. Week Basic Concepts and Theories in Parenting
4. Week Culture and Parenting, Intergenerational Transmission of Parenting, Contemporary Turkish Family Structure
5. Week Parenting in Various Situations
6. Week Child Maltreatment (Child Abuse and Neglect)
7. Week Family Conflict
8. Week MID-TERM
9. Week Father Involvement and Theoretical Foundations
10. Week Effects of Father Involvement on Child Development
11. Week Determinants of Father Involvement and Maternal Gatekeeping
12. Week Prevention and Intervention Programs
13. Week Prevention and Intervention Programs
14. Week Report Presentations and Assessment of Course
Assessment
  Percentage(%)
Mid-term (%) 40
Quizes (%)
Homeworks/Term papers (%) 10
Practice (%)
Labs (%)
Projects/Field Work (%)
Seminars/Workshops (%)
Final (%) 50
Other (%)
Total(%) 100
Course Book (s) and/or References Powerpoint presentations prepared by the course teaching staff Additional Resources: -Bornstein, M. H. (2005). Handbook of parenting: Volume 3 being and becoming a parent. Psychology Press. -Cabrera, N. J., Fitzgerald, H. E., Bradley, R. H. ve Roggman, L. (2014). The ecology of father‐child relationships: An expanded model. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 6(4), 336-354. -Cummings, E. M., & Davies, P. (1994). Children and marital conflict: The impact of family dispute and resolution. Guilford Press. - Kağıtçıbaşı, Ç. (2012). Kültür ve ana babalık: Kuram ve uygulama çıkarsamaları. Ana babalık: Kuram ve araştırma içinde, 61-79. -Lamb, M. E. (Ed.). (2004). The role of the father in child development. John Wiley & Sons. -Puhlman, D. J. ve Pasley, K. (2013). Rethinking maternal gatekeeping. Journal of family theory & review, 5(3), 176-193. -Ramaekers, S., & Suissa, J. (2011). The claims of parenting: Reasons, responsibility and society (Vol. 4). Springer Science & Business Media. -Sayıl, M. ve Yağmurlu, B. (2013). Ana babalık: Kuram ve araştırma. İstanbul: Koç Üniversitesi Yayınları. -Şendil, G. (2014). Evlilik çatışmasının çocuklar üzerindeki etkileri. Ankara: Nobel Akademik Yayıncılık.
Work Placement(s) There is no internship for this course.
The Relationship between Program Qualifications (PQ) and Course Learning Outcomes (LO)

 

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LO1

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5

 

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

4

3

3

 

 

 

4

 

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4

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

4

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2

4

 

 

 

 

 

5

4

4

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4

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

5

4

4

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3

4

5

4

 

 

 

LO7

 

3

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

* Contribution Level :  1 Very low    2 Low    3 Medium    4 High    5 Very High