As the first responsible figure in the youth’s life, parents influence their child’s growth the most and, by extension, become the initial model of what a person should be. However, the lack of one does not prevent the individual from growing into a functional part of society. Therefore, parental involvement is not necessary to a child’s development, but their actions may heavily affect their aspirations and mentalities.
Teenagers and the ones which will become young parents may continue the cycle that their father started with not being involved in their life. Fathers have a special bond needed by their children. The way that a father plays and interacts with his child throughout different stages of life, teaches children valuable life-long lessons. The positive involvement of fathers in the life of his child allows the child to form an emotional attachment and lessons that will be needed in his development. As children grow older, fathers promote curiosity and exploration through play.
Due to her importance in the life of a child, the influence of a mother lasts for a lifetime. A mother teaches the child everything they know. It is her job to raise virtuous and sensible children so that they can contribute to a healthier and better community. (The parent is the child’s first teacher) Influence of a mother; psychological perspective: The love of a mother towards her child is beautiful because of many reasons. A mother starts loving her child before her child has even seen the lights of this world i.e.
They do a lot for you, from when you’re born all the way up to until you leave the house and start living on your own. Good parenting skills are essential to put children on the right track. Whether it’s being there when they’re going through a rough time in life or helping with picking out the right college, their impact is huge on their child’s life, for the moment at hand and for the individual's future. Parents have an extremely important role in the early life of a child. An important quality to have as a parent is responsiveness as it plays an important role for a child’s foundation to develop optimally.
Parents want to show their sons that they can be wealthy and buy all they want, but for girls, they want to show them that their role at home will be taking care of their children. All this influences children because they grow up, acting according to their parents suppositions for success. These rigid inferences limit children from going out of the box of their gender
A parent is a model towards their children. They have much influence over their child’s behavior (Cui, 2008). ¬¬¬Many nontechnical books on parenting laud the role of parents in shaping the character of their children, but the predominance of this theme in the popular press is not paralleled in research literature on adolescent behaviors, attitude, and problems and systemic or institutional approaches to problem solving. If a parent acts in a negative way, the child is more likely to follow their parents’ negative attitude. They are also more likely to generalize this attitude to the rest of the society (Carlson, 2012).
One-parent families impact the children, whether it is the mother or the father. Though the ideal family situation is having both parents to love and support the children, in today’s society it is more and more common to just live with one parent. There are many statistical down sides but at the end of it all, the children become more independent and learn on how to work with their parent and not against them. violence impacts a family by installing fear, either fear from a male or a female depending on where the violence is coming from. Affecting their trust in people and future relationships with others.
III. Literature review Role of leadership There are ample of studies resulted that parental involvement is a positive factor for student success in school. In the research by Grolnick, Friendly, and Bellas (2009), the result showed that the families could have a strong influence on student’s educational outcome in school, such as a positive enthusiasm and well development. Thus, the role of parents is an essential part in their children’s education. When the parents show their support in their children education, the children will realize the importance of learning in school.
“Parents play a stabilizing force in a child’s life” (Wright K. N., 1993, p. 1). When a parent is involved in crime they can teach the child aggression, antisocial and violent behavior thus turning that child into a criminal. When dealing with family and crime, how the child grows up have a lot to play in their behavior. Children who are criminals or show criminal like behavior are children who grew up in a violent homes. These children are said to have never received any love and support so they are likely to react violently.