There are four separate parenting styles which are utilized by parents raising children. They are authoritative, authoritarian, permissive-indulgent, and rejecting-neglecting. The authoritative style is a child-rearing style where parents are restrictive and demanding, yet communicative and warm. Authoritarian is a child-rearing style in which parents demand submission and obedience from the child. Permissive-indulgent is a child-rearing style where the parents are warm and not restrictive. The rejecting-neglecting style is a child-rearing style in which parents are neither restrictive and controlling nor supportive and responsive. The authoritative parents raise the most capable children. Authoritarian parents are cold and rejecting. Permissive-Indulgent parents are easygoing and unconventional. Rejecting-Neglecting are low in support and responsiveness and raise children with …show more content…
I believe that the more authoritative parenting style was more prevalent. Although my parents are married and I lived in a traditional household, my mom plays the primary role in raising and disciplining myself and my younger brothers. My dad is the more laid back parent. My mom is the authoritative parent while my dad is permissive-indulgent. My mom is extremely strict and behavior when it comes to school work, grades, and behavior. At the same time she tries to give us free time and allow us to hang out with friends and enjoy growing up. My dad is the fun parent that lets us do anything we ask and is always laid back and rarely a disciplinarian. Since I was raised like this I think it led me to have a very normal childhood, at least during my teenage years. My mom was stricter as I was younger and became less restrictive as I got older. I am more respective towards others and more focused on my grades and find the importance in success because of my mom. I am more carefree and fun-loving because of my
The parenting paradigm style most exemplified by the Walls family in The Glass Castle a memoir by Jeannette Walls is permissive. Permissive parents are often justified as merely disciplining their children (Cherry, “The Four Styles of Parenting”). Jeannette states that “Dad squatted in front of us” and asked, “so what happened here” to his children who got into an altercation with one of the neighborhood kids (89). Rex Walls demonstrates his inability to rightfully discipline his children for a crime that they committed, by simply just brushing it off and agreeing to skedaddle, or run away from the incident, once again. Permissive parents are also described as being more responsive than they are demanding (Cherry).
I want to explain mainly what the parenting style are. According to Baumrind and her colleagues, there are three parenting styles. These are authoritative, authoritarian, and permissive parenting styles. Baumrind focused on communication and interaction between parents and child. Authoritarian parenting style; parents who have an authoritarian parenting style set strict rules for their children and rules are important for these parents.
This style involves setting limits, but being flexible (not making few rules or creating unquestionable laws/rules), encouraging responsibility and paying attention to and being sympathetic towards the child (not using any discipline at all or using very strict punishment), and consider themselves as guides (not authorities or friends). What are the limitations of Baumrind’s description of parenting styles? Baumrind didn’t consider socioeconomic, cultural, or temperamental distinctions, didn’t focus on the parent’s actions, didn’t acknowledge that some authoritarian parents are also loving, and did not recognize that some permissive and lenient parents provide a great amount of verbal guidance to their children. What seems to be the worst parenting
The different approaches are simply classified by a scale of warmth and strictness. Low warmth and low strictness is the neglectful style, high warmth and low strictness is permissive parenting, the authoritative style categorizes itself with high warmth and high strictness, low warmth and high strictness is authoritarian (Estep, Hanna, et al.
Parenting is one of the most complicated, time-consuming full-time jobs in the world. According to Martin Davies, “Parenting or child rearing is the process of promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, social, financial, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood,” and although it is complicated and time consuming, there are only a few ways that parenting can be classified. Two of these parenting techniques are the authoritarian and permissive parenting styles. Both styles can be slightly effective, but neither are a better way to raise a child. Authoritarian parenting is a style of parenting in which the parents, or heads of the family have ultimate power and authority over the family as well as the family’s decisions.
Madison James Authoritative parenting is the parenting style that my parents used when I was growing up. Growing up with this parenting style I have become independent and self reliant. Some characteristics of authoritative parents include: listening to their child, letting their child express their opinion, encouraging their children, giving them fair and reasonable consequences, giving their child the opportunity to express their reasoning, having expectations for their children, and most of all showing warmth and nurture to their child. Both my mom and dad have always listened to me and never ignored me. No matter what they have always listened to everything I've ever had to say.
Learning objective 8. 15 was Erikson’s Theory where we talked about different parenting styles. There are four different types: authoritarian, permissive neglectful, permissive indulgent, and authoritative. A parent who is an authoritarian type will never let the child have a say in anything or give them reasons for telling the “no”, it’s a “my way or the highway” type of parent. A permissive neglectful parent doesn’t care one slight bit about what the child does.
Parenting is not as easy as it seems. Every expecting family has racing thoughts on the type of parent they would like to become. There are four major parenting styles. Those styles are; authoritative, authoritarian, permissive, and uninvolved. The four parenting styles have different attitudes and behaviors, they play a role in the way the children reacts.
Parenting styles usually do not go into full effect until the child can understand and react. According to Hibbard and Walton (2014), parenting styles are extended to two factors as to what parenting styles will teach their children. The two factors include: Demandingness, which is the standards or demands that are set by the parents. Responsiveness pertains to how the parents react and communicate with their children (Hibbard & Walton, 2014, pg. 270). There are four known parenting styles: Authoritarian are parents who are coercive.
Parenting is one of the most challenging and difficult responsibilities a person can confront. The way a family is structured is called the parenting style. Parenting styles are collections of parental attitudes, practices, and non-verbal expressions that qualify the nature of parent-child relationships. Because people learn how to parent from many different examples, including their own parents, character models, society and life experiences. Parenting techniques can change greatly from household to household, however, experts think that parenting styles can be worn down into four primary classes which include permissive, authoritarian, authoritative, and inattentive.
Growing up I was surrounding in a home environment that was both strict and loving. My dad is a very authoritarian individuals with his parenting style but he can be authoritative. My mom on the other hand was authoritative. Growing up, both myself and my two older brothers, knew when we had crossed a line with our parents. Anytime we would't do as we were told it resulted in consequences, for example: being "whipped", no technology privelodges, writing sentences repeatively, and being grounded.
My father let me do whatever I wanted. Although my father let me do whatever I wanted to do, my mother is very controlling. If my mother said wash the dishes at six o’clock with only hot water, she meant it. She would make me and my brothers come in the house before the street light came on. My mother do not allow any children to be disrespectful towards her.