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Associations between Parental Characteristics, Attitudes, and Engagement on Mentoring Relationship Outcomes
(NCJ 251392) November 2017
Grant, 1 page(s)
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
Researchers at the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation conducted this study in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana to investigate whether three types of parent/guardian mentoring variables (parent/family characteristics, parent engagement in the match, and parenting style) influence match quality, match length, and youth program outcomes.
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