The Indonesian parenting survey will be conducted collaboratively between research teams from the PFSC and Bogor Agricultural University among disadvantaged families living in West Java, Indonesia.

Parents of children aged between 2 and 12 years old will be invited to participate in this survey investigating parents experience in parenting practices, parenting needs, and parenting supports that they received in daily parenting activities. It is expected that the survey will provide a baseline data on parenting practices in Indonesia and several factors associated with parenting and child outcomes among parents with low socio-economic status in Indonesia. As part of the International Parenting Survey, this survey also aims to provide data for cross-cultural parenting studies.

Project members

Associate Professor Karen Turner

Principal Research Fellow
School of Psychology