The determinants of mindful parenting in adolescence: a scoping review

Fina Hidayati, Nurul Hartini

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The body of evidence on mindful parenting has grown significantly over time, and this scoping review aims to examine the present literature that focuses on the determinants of mindful parenting among parents of adolescents. Seven databases were searched, as well as the reference lists of included studies. Sixteen studies met the inclusion criteria and were mapped using the scoping review approach. The existing studies show that there are three determinants of mindful parenting, which are parent characteristics, adolescent characteristics, and contextual characteristics. This scoping review underlines the need for more specifically tailored interventions for parents and adolescents that focuses on their modalities and interaction. Implications for developing countries are also discussed in this study.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)351-358
Number of pages8
JournalVulnerable Children and Youth Studies
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2022


  • Adolescence
  • determinants
  • mindful parenting
  • modality
  • scoping review


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