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The Rivevos Ephraim 6:33:3 deals with this exact question. He writes that the reason its assur to correct ones father in general is because it will embarrass him. The question is does this apply to layning and davening. He writes that it seems there is room to say that it is true that the father will be embarrassed but nevertheless he rather be mochel and ...
ArtScroll has a book titled "The Fifth Commandment" that sounds like it might be what you're looking for. http://www.artscroll.com/Books/9781578191918.html
Tzitz Eliezer 14:73 spells this one out very explicitly: it's identical for sons and daughters -- the parents can't force them to marry or not-marry someone if they don't want to. (Though he adds that it's usually the right thing to do for both sons and daughters to ask their parents' advice or otherwise involve them somehow.) There is one responsum of ...
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