A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW: SATISFACTION IN PARENTAL RELATIONSHIP & SUBJECTIVE HAPPINESS ON ADOLESCENTS' SELF-ESTEEM

Mrs. Sweta N. Bhoskar

Abstract


Satisfaction in parent child relationship and happiness effect self-esteem through an individual's life experiences and
creates particular point of time ranging from negative to positive. Adolescence is a period of change in almost every
aspect of adolescent life that may inuence their parent–child relationships & subjective wellbeing. A number of theories suggest positive parent–
child relationships foster children's healthy feelings of overall self-worth (i.e., global self-esteem). Therefore the researcher conducted a
systematic review to evaluate the impact of Satisfaction in parental relationship & subjective happiness on self-esteem among adolescents.
Pubmed, PsycNET, Semantic Scholar and Google Scholar to search original studies published from January 2010 to December 2019. On the basis
of PICOT criteria, the quality of potentially relevant papers were evaluate to select most relevant papers (N=9) conducted on 8875 adolescents
among them 2538 (28.59%) were male and 2947(33.20%) were female participants whereas 3390 were not categorized (38.19%) with gender
specication. Content and result analysis of relevant papers was carried out to synthesise the data. 8 studies (N=9) were showing positive impact
of satisfaction in parental relationship & subjective happiness on self-esteem among adolescent. The results reinforce that adolescents' selfesteem
is signicant associated with their parental relationship and subjective happiness.


Keywords


Parental relationship, subjective happiness, self-esteem, adolescent

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