The Uninvolved Parenting Styles In Laurie Halse Anderson's Twisted

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In the novel Twisted by Laurie Halse Anderson, the parenting style that is most exemplified by the Millers is uninvolved parenting. In the article The Four Styles of Parenting by Kendra Cherry it describes what uninvolved parenting is, uninvolved parenting describes the Millers because they hardly communicate with their children. In the novel Twisted shows that the Millers don’t really communicate with Tyler or Hannah due to Tyler says “My house was dark and quiet. No dinner, no notes on the counter. Maybe my family had joined the witness-protection program in exchange for testifying about what a loser I am” (Anderson 27). It’s important since it’s showing that the Millers don’t really communicate with their children. Another reason how the
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