adjustment” (Wainright 1886). In traditional families, the father spent less time interacting with his child, seeing this “interaction as not important” unlike the fathers of non-traditional families (Halme 115). If these traditional fathers did not see satisfaction in their involvement with their child, then who was the one investing in the child? Are the single fathers more involved in their child’s life? Halme reported that single parents, more specifically fathers, “enjoyed spending time with their child .
Eventually, they had summarized into four primarily parents styles: authoritative, permissive, authoritarian and involved parenting styles. The result also reveals the tendency that almost parents belong to authoritative style is the most effective to their children outcome, specifically the authoritative parenting style have more affecting to the children than permissive parenting style in fostering their self-expression, emotional control and social skills. It is clear that no matter what parenting styles, parents always want to take care their children with deeply love, prepare for them a better life and develop their self-expression. The permissive parenting style would like to give their children a toy, or a consent to go out with their friends when they begs. Similarly, the authoritative likely possibly to give their offspring a candy or a toy when the children really want.
The child is encouraged to make his or her own decisions, and the parents are there to support those decisions regardless if they are right or wrong. Parents usually choose the permissive parenting style because they were brought up in an authoritarian home. For parents who are uninterested in their child’s life, the permissive parenting style often chooses them. Permissive parenting has both positive and negative effects on chil... ... middle of paper ... ...tion of the authoritarian and permissive parenting styles. Children raised by the authoritative parents tend to do well in all areas of growth and development and understand the value of give and take which will be helpful through out their lives.
Some of the many factors that determine a child’s ultimate outcome include: the types of parenting styles used on children, parent involvement, and the many methods of discipline. The first, and most popular method of parenting, is the authoritative style. In this style the parents have high expectations when it comes to behavior; however, they also maintain an understanding for their children’s needs. In this technique the parents model the kind of behavior they want their kids to follow. Parents using this method are sometimes known as the backbone parent.
Parents have a major role in their children lives because of how they decided to raise their children. Parents tell their children what is right and what is wrong. According to the Wikipedia, “Parenting style is a psychological construct representing standard strategies that parents use in their child rearing.” As parents use the technique to raise their children, they also shaped their value and personality. “Parenting style considers the balance between two aspects of parenting, namely, control, and warmth” (Ginsburg, Durbin, Garcias-Espana, Kalicka, and Winston, p. 1041). The most commonly heard parenting styles are authoritative, authoritarian, permissive, and uninvolved.
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Parents should be their children role model, simply because children view their parents as an inspiration to them, they do what they are told by their parents and they act upon what they see their parents do also. B. There is nothing better than a child having his/her parents as their life support system, it gives children the opportunity to confide and open the lines of trust and communication between both. III. Providing basic needs for children is not only mandatory by law but also by the rights of any child in order for them to successfully thrive in society.
A person’s behavior is influenced by the way their parents’ raised them. Being nurtured by someone at such a young age, many do not realize how much of an influence their parent was to their development. People only understand the significance of parenting until they start tending their own children. Parenting is more important and has a long-term effect on children than what most parents assume. It is vital for parents to realize that every action they conduct is significant in a child’s development and how content and prosperous children become in upcoming years.