However, this research proposal aims to center its attention on the role of authoritative and authoritarian parenting styles in children’s academic success. This is because both parenting styles are still practiced by parents (Steinberg, Lamborn, Dornbusch, & Darling, 1992). Also, a study conducted by Chen, Dong and Zhou (1997) has showed significant relevance of authoritative and authoritarian parenting practices to social and academic performances. Coping strategies is another factor that can be adopted by children to help them improve academically, which will be explained later in this proposal. According to Baumrind (2005), parenting is categorized into two dimensions.
This result comes from how parents communicate with their children and the interactions between them. We know that parents have a major impact on their children’s lives, and this research is conducted to find out how much and what directly impacts
Parenting styles literature review At present, it is well known that parents are not the only ones who contribute to the socialization process in children but they are still the main key concept in child development and socialization of children in society as the constitutes the first element of socialization for human beings (Maccoby, 1992). The relationship between parents and their children has a significant influence on the children, the parental styles are considering as effective elements that help the child to shape their view of themselves and their world (Santrock, 2005 as it cited in Sartaj and Aslam, 2010). Pinquart (2017) stated that there were two of perspectives had been adopted in parenting literature: first; a dimensional
Society is the composition of different elements and each of the parts is essential to maintain its balance and interconnections as well as fulfilling the particular demand. If one part does not work properly, other parts fall in the ditch of dilemma and this is how a society functions. In case of functionalism theory in sociology refers to social order, social stability of each parts that especially focus on the macro level of social structure. Similarly, right wing in terms of politics illustrates social order, stratification and hierarchy that are natural and usual in the society. Right wing people wanted hierarchy, stratification, clericalism and others as parts of function and at the same time the way of social order and change.
Maternal educational level 340 Education for the knowledge society is another factor that affects students’ academic achievement (Magnuson, 2003). Mothers with higher educational level, self-esteem in their skills to help children and cooperate with teachers, is related to high spores of children in testing (Eamon, 2005; Jeynes, 2002; Magnuson, 2003). Housing density is another factor related to child development and
It is through these lessons that she hopes for her daughter to be respected within her own home and by her community as well. It is also through Kincaid 's use of her setting, constructive atmosphere, and one sentence structure that some readers can better understand the mother 's belief of how productivity will lead to a respected life. After reading "Girl" readers are now made more aware of the direct relation between domestic knowledge and strict gender roles being forced onto
Thou shall not judge and make our culture inferior to the others; rather, treat them as equally important in the society. Norms are the expectations, or rules of behavior, that develop out of a group’s values. It (norm) is important because it is the unwritten law of standards about what is proper for certain culture and what is not. These are somewhat could be considered as the roles of a person within a community. It provides order in the society, for it portrays how someone should function as a member of the community.
The author found it both too difficult and troublesome to involve parents in the school. As a result, parents discourage to get too involved. Furthermore, Epstein and Sanders (cited in Chunck & Eileen, 2011:12) indicated that teachers, parents, and students had little understanding of each other’s interests in children and school. Most teachers do not know the goals that parents have for their children, how parents help them learn, or how parents involved. The same author found that almost all parents do not know about the educational programs in their children’s school and what teachers need of them.
Chesney It is great to have Chesney in our class! She knows classroom rules and routines and comes to class prepared. Chesney has also been working on being proactive in class and making sure she doesn’t interfere with her own or others learning. Keep it up ! Rachel Rachel continues to be a leader and positive role model for our class.
Mrs. Key is my favorite middle school science teacher in ISQ whom I will never forget. Saying that she is my favorite teacher already defines how I value Mrs. Key as a teacher in my life, but here are some reasons why I considered Mrs. Key, a memorable science teacher: her personality and teaching skills. First of all, Mrs. Key is a highly esteemed and responsible teacher to me. Compared to other middle school teachers, she is strict on time and gives out tardy often to students who are even one or two minutes late to her class. Since I have had her for two years and knew very well about her, I also became strict on time; therefore, I have never received any tardy for entire school year.