John Bowlby Theory Of Permissive Parenting

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Styles of parenting investigated for many years and it is considered important predictors of the child and adolescents development (Weber, Selig, Bernardi, & Salvador, 2006). Those styles of parenting are the set of behaviors that parents used for the socialization process in different cultures (Kobarg, Vieira, & Vieira, 2010). John Bowlby was concerned with finding the nature, implication and utility of a child’s connection to his parent (Bowlby, 1982). The theory had clinical observations of childre who experienced compromise, disturbed or deprived caregiving activities. Attachment theory is concerned with the matters of well-being and protection in psychological terms. It concentrates the relationship of the child that provides the protection…show more content…
According to Strage (2000), authoritative parenting incorporates with high standards for achievement such as demandingness provide emotional support and encouraging independence in the adolescent. Authoritarian parents try to shape, control, and jugged the behavior of the children’s and they usually followed an absolute standard. They also used punishing and forceful measures when the child’s views conflicted with parents. The permissive parenting style matches to the behaviors of affection and responsiveness with the child, without any restrictions for appropriate behavior. Mandara and Murray (2002) used the approach of Baumrind and they want to study the association between parental rearing, psychopathology, and competence in childhood and in adolescence. The results of these studies, recommended that the authoritative style is the greatest beneficial promotes a further competent…show more content…
PAR Theory‘s explained children who come from loving and accepting families are more likely to feel good about themselves and their self esteem is also high as compared to those children who come from unloving and rejecting families. They feel more competent, positive self-adequacy, have the capacity to develop intimate relationships, trusting relationships, motional responsiveness, they view the world positively (Rohner, 2004). Regardless of the importance of empathy in social development, research considered parental role in the development of empathy has been sparse. But in Pakistan, it has been almost

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