PARENT-CHILD INTERACTION THERAPY NAME: INSTITUTION: DATE: Question 1 Yes. I agree with the coercion hypothesis and think it is very reasonable, it reflects the common situation in many households worldwide. Where the parent in good faith tries to disciple the child by being harsh this procedure of discipline gives short-term results. (Lanier et al., 2015) As time progresses the child rebels only to get more harsh treatment and punishment from the parent. This state leaves the parent-child relationship on the rocks with a lot of tension.
As breaking the rules tends to lead to negative personal consequences, most children follow the rules as a way to avoid being punished. The above is part of an article entitled `Moral Development` by Angela Oswalt, MSW. Written in June 2010, on mentalhelp.net Summary of Piaget`s Theory. The morality of 5-9-year olds is: `Heteronomous`. This means that it is subject to another`s laws or rules.
Research also shows that authoritarian style parenting differs greatly from that of permissive and authoritative styles. There is a pattern emerging in the research that suggests authoritarian style parents have high expectations of their children and have very strict rules that they expect to be followed unconditionally. They express very little warmth or nurturing towards the child and may have a dysfunctional relationship as the child reaches adolescent years. The parents tend to be driven by obedience and status and expect their orders to be obeyed without question. The children of authoritarian parents tend to be controlled through shaming, the withdrawal of love, or other punishments and reasons for rules are not usually explained (Baumrind 1966).
A child simplify knows that they desire a certain toy and if they do get it then they are practically heart broken. According to The Influence of Peer Pressure on Criminal Behavior by May Omamogho Esiri, mention different aspects of a child’s reaction in which it slowly starts to relate toa criminals behavior. When a child sees other kids excel with branded clothes, shoes, and toys, they are likely to act out in an destructive way. “...to act and develop the copycat syndrome... desire the same kind of toys...parents start having difficulties exercising social control on the child because the values and opinions of their peers” (Esiri10). A way a stress out parent would react to this situation
Child Development should be something that a parent and kid should be able to enjoy and not learn to be aggressive, because of the way that their parents punish them or talk to them with an aggressive tone of voice. Tone’s the most important part of changing a child’s behavior it’s simple act happy and energetic around them and they’ll follow in the same steps. Act aggressive and violent, then that’s the way the children will act. Furthermore, Khazan uses reverse phycology in “No Spanking, No Time Out, No Problem” to manipulate parents to help them elicit a positive attitude instead of a negative one from their children. She uses both narrative and expository writing styles to support her purpose of persuasion--to appeal to more parents and/or readers.
They do not demand much from the children and they do not enforce rules. They do not monitor their children’s activities; again, they allow the children to make most of their decisions at an early age. The permissive parenting style is characterized by low demandingness but high responsiveness (Pellerin, 2005). The main idea of permissive parenting is to allow the child extensive autonomy and independence, supported by high parental support, in the hopes of establishing close relationships with their children (Peterson & Hann, 1999). Permissive parents take orders and instructions from their children, are passive, endow children with power (Gonzalez-Mena 1993; Garbarino and Abramowitz 1992), have low expectations, use minimal discipline, and do not feel responsible for how their children turn out.
Parents have been entrusted with the incredible privilege and responsibility of shaping their children 's behavior in a positive direction (Alto, 2006). Unfortunately, many enter this world with desires that are harmful, cruel and selfish to others and to their own selves even. Spanking by a parent to his or her child is still seen by many as a necessary form of discipline, and condoned, or sadly even encouraged and this trend needs to be stopped. Spanking, then, can be one effective discipline option among several in a parents ' options as they seek to divert their children away from negative behaviors and guide them toward becoming responsible, healthy, good and happy adults in the coming future. Almost all of the respondents in the survey assessed experienced spanking.
They fear as if they use to much power on their child, the child would end up hating them so they just do whatever the child want. Authoritative parents has a teaching style balance of freedom and responsibility. They do not want their child to run amuck so they teach their children to know from what is right and wrong, which can allow their child a certain right of freedom. Authoritative parents encourage independence in their children but to also maintain maturity and respect to others around them. Permissive parents do not really teach their children what adult-like behaviors are in public, they expect their child to regulate their own behavior
rather than sexual drives as given by Frued. Frued would give an idea of intrapsychic conflict wheras Klein would relate it to the relationship of the child and the environment. However, she worked with a lot of children and strenghtened the baseline
After extensive research she identified three major parental styles: Authoritarian parenting emphasizes blind obedience, stern discipline, and controlling children through punishments--which may include the withdrawal of parental affection. Permissive parenting, which is characterized by emotional warmth and a reluctance to enforce rules, while authoritative parenting- a more balanced approach- in which parents expect kids to meet certain behavioral standards, but also encourage their children to think for themselves and to develop a sense of