Parenting style

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  • Parenting Styles And Styles Of Parenting

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    Parenting Styles My term paper will discuss the 4 Styles of Parenting, including; the styles of parenting that we as single parents and couple parents may identify with. My paper will also discuss how each parenting styles impacts our children, if it works and the style of parenting that’s most effective. Authoritative Parenting Style The Authoritative Style of Parenting, children are expected to follow the rules and guidelines that a parent with this style of parenting has put into place. This

  • Parenting Styles : An Effective Parenting Style

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    Parenting style can influence whether a child succeeds or merely survives. The authoritative parenting style may be an effective parenting style in theory, however like communism, it is not as effective in practice. Children need to learn through friendships and develop social skills. Being able to connect to the outside world expand the mind and imagination, giving the children skills that help them think critically. On the other hand, being a permissive parent can also damage the child’s development

  • The Authoritative Parenting And The Style Of The Parenting Style

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    The parenting style that my parents use is definitely authoritative. My parents have shown authority towards me and my siblings but have always been flexible with their rules. My parents have never stressed us out by being too strict with their rules. The first question I asked my parents was, “how would you react if one of my siblings or I asked to come home later than you originally told us to come home?” My parents responded that they would ask why we want to come home later and then tell them

  • Parenting Style Of Parenting Styles

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    Pin pointing a specific parenting style that I was raised by was quite difficult. I believe that most parents use different styles throughout the raising of their children. Of course, I do understand that this paper is to select the dominate style of parenting used for my upbringing, but I was raised in two different households. Each household had its own dominate parenting style, however most of my life I was raised by my mother, so I’ll focus on her parenting style. As I stated above, I believe

  • Conflicting Styles Of Parenting Styles

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    Conflicting Styles of Parenting Parents will treat their children the way they see fit. In the authoritarian parenting style, there is no room for freedom. In permissive parenting, there can be more freedom than the children know what to do with. Authoritative parenting combines the gist of both of the other styles and allows both freedom and structure. Both authoritarian and permissive styles have components that authoritarian parents see as productive methods if used properly. Many people associate

  • Different Styles Of Parenting Styles

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    Silicon Valley. (Hogan and Haskell, 2). Most of today’s kids have one of the following types of parents: Indulgent, Authoritative, Neglectful, Authoritarian*. These are generally regarded as the four main types of parenting. These four styles of parenting are the stereotypical parenting styles most people identify one or both of their parents as. Indulgent parents tend to coddle their children and protect them from disappointment. Authoritative parents are people who have reasonable demands and rules

  • Parenting Styles Paper

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    Main topic of the paper: “Parenting styles play a significant role on how a child’s morality evolves as one heads into adulthood.” Parenting styles and their affects on children’s development of morality. Also, what styles of parenting are most/least effective. As I read through your paper the first time, I tried to get the general ideas and concepts of your paper. In addition, I tried to look for areas that you could elaborate more. The second time I read through your paper, I looked at grammatical

  • Parenting Styles Essay

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    the intellectual and creative development of my child. Behind the popularity of selling products on such an idea is an unfortunate theme: Parenting can be done quickly and with little inconvenience. The reality is that good parenting does not require classical music, but instead time and effort. As children grow from infancy into adolescence the role of parenting broadens. How parents react to their child's actions communicates a standard of appropriate and inappropriate behavior that are fulfilled

  • Parenting Styles Essay

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    The effects of parenting styles on children’s well-being. Parenting styles are the strategies that parents use to raise their children. Moreover, these styles are strictly correlated with a child’s mental, physical, social and emotional development. Again, “the parenting styles refer to the manner in which parents raise their children”, explains ADLER University (1998). Every parent have their own ways of raising their children but, some parents raise their children according to their traditions

  • Baumrind Parenting Style

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    Parenting Styles Hanna Lagman Los Angeles Harbor College Abstract Parenting styles play an important role in a child’s development. Diana Baumrind identified four parenting styles: authoritative, authoritarian, indulgent, and neglectful. According to Baumrind, the authoritative style works best. In order to understand parenting practices in other cultures, Mexican families and Caucasian Non-Hispanic families will be compared. It is hypothesized that the Mexican families utilize the authoritarian