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This study examined the role of interactional factors on family well-being, such as mother-child interaction, father involvement in parenting and perceived social support in the family. Respondents (N = 219) aged 17-35 years, completed an online survey assessment and answered open questions about family well-being. The results of the study show that the quality of parent-child interaction in the family is considered to play an important role in achieving family well-being, in addition to thedoi:10.14710/jp.18.2.245-263 fatcat:vpyjjnf4ybexvlfp6kpjc56izu