Authoritative Parenting Style

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Most of researches concerning the positive role of authoritative parental style was conducted on the base of western cultures, in European –American context.
However, this positive role was of authoritativeness was also found in another cultures. In Ghana, Kingsley Nyarko, conduct a study concerning parenting Style and its relation to academic achievement. Results from this study revealed that When authoritative parents create an encouraging and warm home, when they provide clear rules and goals, that will result in responsible children, successful academically, well prepared for the future career world. We can conclude that authoritative parents have a positive impact on children academic results. But it was more interesting for this
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Huang & Prochner, in 2004 has linked parental style to children's development of self-regulated learning and exertion of control over their own learning in the Chinese culture. Studies revealed that authoritative parenting style was significantly and positively related to students' self-regulated learning, whereas authoritarian parenting style was significantly and negatively related to students' self-regulated learning
But the research also indicates that permissive parental style may have a slight negative impact on students self-regulated learning. (Huang & Prochner 2004)
Further research examining first and second graders in Beijing, China found that authoritarian parenting was associated with children's low effortful control and high dispositional anger/frustration (Zhou, 2004). However, this study did not find evidence to support a relationship between authoritative parenting and children's dispositional anger/frustration. in another study, it was found also a link between self perception (academic competence, morality and self-reliance) of Korean
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(Querido et al., 2002). A study that investigated the association between boys’ adolescent’s delinquency and parenting style in India showed that an authoritarian maternal style of parenting may develop the risk of delinquency, but authoritative maternal style will reduce it. Therefore, it was confirmed that having a caring as well as firm parent avoid the risk of delinquency. These results match the findings of both Fletcher et al., (1999) and Hoeve et al., (2011), that having one authoritative parent prevents children problem behavior. But the study also makes it clear that to guarantee kids’ healthy development, both parents should develop an authoritative style at home, communicate, and build a good relationship with their own children, especially in an eastern country with collective society like India, where they emphasize family integrity and unity. In the same context study supporting the authoritative parental style a study was conducted in Sweden regarding adolescent achievement strategies and parental style. The study revealed that because authoritative parents encourage their young child to be independent, responsible and aware, this child when become adolescent, he will be able to choose and
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