Socio-economic and psychosocial determinants of violent discipline among parents in Asia Pacific countries during COVID-19: Focus on disadvantaged populations

Yunhee Kang
Darien Colson-Fearon
Myungsun Kim
Soim Park
Matthew Stephens
Yunseop Kim
Erica Wetzler

•Violent discipline against children is common in the Asia Pacific region.

•Poor parental mental health status is positively associated with the use of violent discipline by parents.

•COVID-19-affected loss of job or reduced income was a determinant of parents’ violent discipline.

•Economic and mental health supports can reduce risk of parental violent discipline.

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Submitted by Jennifer Danford
May 2, 2023
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