A total of 162 police officers completed a series of self-report online questionnaires. Correlations, regressions, and group mean comparisons were conducted to explore the relationships between the constructs of parenting, leadership, attachment, and work-family interface. Results indicated relationships between (1) authoritarian parenting and transactional leadership, (2) transformational leadership and both fearful and secure attachments, and (3) preoccupied attachment and work-family interface. Tests for curvilinear relationships revealed that other dyadic dimension relationships were more complex than first anticipated. Along with the findings, limitations are acknowledged, and recommendations for future research along the same avenue are included.Discussion Hypothesis 1: Parenting and Leadership Styles. The results of the current study provided limited support for Hypothesis 1, which proposed that there would be observable links between self-reported authoritative parenting andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Relationship Between Leadership Style, Work-family Interface, and Parenting Style in Police Officers|
|Author||:||Jessica M. Keel|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|