Passive parenting style rarely discipline their children, as they hold low expectations of maturity and self control. According to Baumrind, permissive parents "are more responsive than they are demanding. They are nontraditional and lenient, do not require mature behav... ... middle of paper ... ...gone Medical Center (The Child Study Center) well adjusted children, particularly in terms of social competence (Gurian), have parents that practice an authoritative parenting style. Authoritative parents are able to apply rules and regulations, with emotional responsiveness and respect for their child’s independence. Authoritative and authoritarian parents hold high expectations of children.
The parents are too demanding and directive but not really responsive towards their children. They are also status-orientated and children are expected to obey their rules without any explanations (Baumrind, 1991). Then, there is the permissive parenting style in which the parents rarely discipline their child because they have low expectations of maturity and self-regulation. Permissive parent is more responsive, non-traditional and lenient towards their child. They are nurturing and very open with their child (Baumrind, 1991).
Despite the actions that come from discipline and go against the parents’ moral values, parents are strict with their children in an effort to look out for the child’s best interests. Others may disagree and view strict parenting as a negative effect on the child’s brain development, but in contrast, parents are strict in order to guide their children down the right path to prosperity. There are different types of parenting, despite whether the parents are good or bad people. If there is one thing strict parenting guarantees is an interest in the child and their well
As a consequence to this condescending parenting style, children do not develop an ability to express feelings and, therefore, may detriment to their capacity to interact with peers (Fielder, 2008). They also show distinct social characteristics such as rebellious, less social competence and low self-esteem (Darling, 1999). On the other hand, authoritative parents, have established a reciprocal relationship with their children, setting clear rules, but at the same time evaluating them in relation to their feelings. Because parents foster a sense of participation and flexibility, children relating to this
They expect very strict obedience and do not tolerate disagreements or back talk. Their children are usually withdrawn and not friendly. Girls of the authoritarian parent will tend to be very dependent, while the boys will be unusually hostile. The second style is Permissive, as you can probably guess by the name they don’t mind giving permission to their kids to do almost anything, they also don’t require much of their children, and won’t hold themselves responsible for the way their children end up. Permissive parents just want their kids to be happy and do whatever it is they want to do.
Permissive parents rarely discipline their children and have relatively low expectations of self-control and maturity. According to Baumrind, permissive parents are more responsive than they are demanding. They are nontraditional and lenient, do not require mature behavior, allow considerable self-regulation, and avoid confrontation." They are general nurturing and communicative with their children, often being more of a friend than a parent. They tend to be lenient and may only step in when there is a serious problem and believe that "kids will be kids."
Although these parents are very loving of their children they do not have many rules that their child should abide by (Cherry, K. 2017, para.1). Not setting ground rules gives the child the freedom to do whatever they want and know that they will not receive a harsh, if any punishment at all. Also, parents who are permissive tend to want to be their child’s best friend. The child in this parent in child relationship tends to have more control than the parent. If there are not any rules in place to be followed the child will eventually resort to negative behaviors, and may even be insure because of the low discipline from their parents (Cherry, K. 2017, para.
This type of parenting is unsympathetic and reserved creating space between them and their children. The results of this type of parenting style include but not limited to deficiency of social skills and low performance levels in some children and higher academic achievement in others such as in the Asian culture. On a less severe end yet still strict are authoritative parents. Unlike authoritarian parents, authoritative parents set reasonable and achievable standards with limits. In addition, this parenting style encourages reasoning and discussion of rules.
This is a common aspect in a style of parenting widely recognized as ‘permissive parenting’. Permissive parenting is a more laid-back form of parenting that lacks guidance and expectations for an adolescent, but focuses more on an emotional companionship. While unconditional love and closeness is crucial for the developing child, an unequal balance between this and firmness in parents is not healthy. Permissive parents barely administer any rules, discipline, or expectations and rarely assign responsibilities to their children. Instead of utilizing consequences as punishment for their adolescent, these parents will use bribery to get their child to behave properly.
A good education will take you a far way, when children are given to opportunity to a good education the favorable outcome is that children will become successful. Revised Outline I. It is believed that home is the first and primary place of communication, parents are the foundation fo... ... middle of paper ... ...r children display” (Frost, 2009). Having parents as role model is clearly a good sign of parenting, Children, in general, do tend to grow up to be a lot like their parents It is powerful that we should use it to our advantage! Being a positive role model requires fore-thought and self control (Karen Stephens).