Published Mar 27, 2023

Yachen Tao  


Social skills are essential to social adaptability and exchanges of the individual and have a significant impact on their academic and professional attainment. Individuals with superior social skills can perceive higher self-value while those with underdeveloped ones are more susceptible to mental problems due to their inability to properly interact with the external world. Family cultural capital poses direct effects on social skill development of the child, and they can be mediated by maternal childcare competence and the degree of roughness of maternal parenting.


How to Cite
Tao, Y. (2023). Family Cultural Capital and Child Social Skills: The Mediating Effects of Maternal Childcare Competence and Maternal Rough Parenting. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 13(2), 1725–1726. Retrieved from https://bonoi.org/index.php/bece/article/view/992