In this study, it was aimed to examine the anxiety levels of 48-72 months old children in terms of demographic variables of fathers and children. The sample of the research consists of 300 fathers with 48-72 months old children who were randomly selected living in Istanbul in 2022.
The data of the study were collected with "Personal Information Form" and "Renewed Preschool Anxiety Scale". Survey model was used in the study to examine the effect of independent variables on the dependent variable. As a result of the research, it was found that the variables of fathers' profession, fathers' education level, fathers' job and institution satisfaction, fathers' employment status, fathers' evaluation of their marriage, duration of marriage, average time spent with their children per day, and the gender of the child did not cause any difference in children's anxiety levels; it was seen that the marital status of the fathers, their assessment of their own stress and their perception of their relations with their children caused a significant difference in the anxiety levels of the children.
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