Thesis: Love Style Experience

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UNIVERSIDAD DE MANILA
(former City College of Manila)
Mehan Gardens, Manila

LOVE STYLE EXPERIENCE OF ADOLESCENT
WITH AUTHORITATIVE PARENT

An Undergraduate Thesis Proposal presented to the
Faculty of College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Psychology

In partial fulfilment of the Course Requirements
In Methods of Research Subject

by:
Marvin R. Tapit
PY 31

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The need for love and belongingness is not the only reason for this, because they form a relationship with another individual to justify and to show to the society their capacity to be responsible for themselves. The research literature in psychology is rich with studies on the effect of parenting styles on the child (Tan, 1989). But with the subject “love” research are very few and countable, and same theories and theorists are always being cited everytime the topic is about love. This study aims to fill the gap in field of research in re of love, and at the same time to add information on the effects or contributions of parenting style on the development of the child. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The family is given emphasis on its contribution on the development of the child. Ventura (1994) as mentioned by Peralta in her book society, culture and personality (2009) said “the family molds the competence and character of the child”. The connection between the parent and the child provides security to the child that allows him to explore, elaborate, initiate, imagine and manipulate the environment and directly affects the social and emotional security of the child (p.95). Parents are every child’s both first socializing agents and first significant others, the former refers to people who train the child to become a fully functioning member of the society while the latter refers to the important people in the life of the child (Peralta, 2009). According
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