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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 329-339


Direct and Indirect Impact of Conditional Parental Regard on Academic Disengagement among Adolescents: Mediating Role of Introjection

Shamshad Bashir, Dr Najma Iqbal Malik*, Dr Mohsin Atta.

Abstract
Adolescence and academic issues are the focus of ongoing research, yet there is still a need to explore adolescence ineducational contexts. The present studyaimed to findout the mediational role of Introjection in the relationship of conditional parental regard (CPR) on academic disengagement. The cross-sectional survey research design was employed, and Urdu translated versions of theParental Conditional Regard (Assor et al., 2004), Internal Compulsion Scale (ICS: Deci & Ryan, 1985), Behavioral and Emotional Engagement, and Disaffection Scale (BEEDS: Skinner et al., 2009), were used to collect data through purposive sampling within the range between 15-21 years (N = 450, M = 19.55, SD = 1.69).Pearson correlation (both mother and father) revealed that study variables were correlated in an expected direction. Further mediation analysis revealed that CPR (both mother and father) through Introjection has indirect predictive strength for academic disengagement.Findings suggest that the parenting dimension i.e., love withdrawal, promotemaladaptive behaviour among adolescents, and CPR through controlled motivation leads to an absence of motivation for academic engagement.

Key words: conditional parental regard, Introjection, academic engagement, adolescence






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