However when a parent becomes stressed and aggravated about a situation, it teaches their child how to cope with emotions in a similar situation. An article from U.S. News, written by Katie Hurley, explained that stress has a “Trickle-down effect” in families. The article also stated “kids are naturally curious and intuitive. They know when something is amiss and may expend great effort to understand the problem. Kids also tend to internalize that stress and react accordingly,” (Hurley, 3).
“I believe that some of this acting-out behavior is due to the pressure that is starting to be applied when the child starts in middle school and life-goals start to be identified.” (A Generation Struggling) In this example, this is not accurate because the rich kids actually can have standards to become successful, the Greasers do not set up expectations in education for themselves, they are rather expected to be drop out nobodies. This quote is reasonable because yes, Socs can be pressured ad not feel accepted or worth their parent’s expectations, which may be very difficult to deal with, but the Greasers don’t even possess standards of achievement in their lives. "Unfortunately, upon graduating from high school, a growing percentage of these affluent youth will discover the world is not circling around them. For those who enroll in college the message is “Work Hard and Party Hard” which may be their academic undoing as they fail to attend class or turn in assignments. Expectations for good grades may create stress on the student as they (or their parents) can no longer bully the professor into assigning a higher grade.” This opposing thesis is not valid because these kids which “struggle” with academic success, which is a struggle with some of heir lives, focus on the fact that they are so pressured to do well in school without their parents and have to be a exceeding well off person based off their success.. in which they should be grateful on of their greater problems.
(Shafer-Landau, 119) Utilitarians would acknowledge the parents’ concerns that the disabled children may be harmed. A blind child could get easily robbed if he or she were not careful. However, pampering children for eternity would actually lead to worse consequences. First, even if the parent-dependent life is more pleasurable, children not
Children are the one who will shape our country's future, but how can they make a good future if they are not taken care of correctly? The influence of a parent on their child is extremely important, and a child’s development can move quickly, especially when they are young. Sometimes children are born into a bad home, and this can lead to setbacks and delays in a child’s growth. In addition, the government can sometimes get involved and remove children from these bad situations, but a lot of people don’t think that it is right. Some people think that the government is just making the child’s life worse, but this isn’t the case.
When one spouse works a nonstandard shift, traditional family roles are disrupted, with likely effects on children’s socio - emotional outcomes (Rosalind Chait Barnett and Karen C. Gareis, 2007). The inference is that when the parent;s involve more with their children there would be better child outcomes than parent’s who don’t involve with their children. This assumption receives considerable support from the empirical literature (e.g., Aldous & Mulligan, 2002; Updegraff, McHale, Crouter, & Kupanoff, 2001; Zick, Bryant, & Osterbacka,
According to Hughes (2013), a lot of parents think the authoritarian is the best way to raise their children, but they do not know the authoritarian style has negative effects such as lack of self-confidence and more prone to depression. This means the authoritarian is not good to raise the children because it affect for their personalities and psyche. However, the parents who use authoritarian style, their children are successful in their school than other children (Marsiglia, Walczyk, Buboltz, and Griffith-Ross, 2007). This means there are positive and negative impacts of the authoritarian style. Even though the negative impacts of the authoritarian style are depression and poorer social skills, most parents use this style.
What do parents want to see in place for them to become more involved in their students education? Significance of the Study This study has implications for educators, school districts parent and students. Parent engagement intervention and prevention studies occur in comprehensive schools but parent engagement research in an alternative education setting is minimal to non-existent. As a result of this study school districts will recognize a need to create and reengage parents in their students education as a means for student academic success. The significance of this study will allow at risk youth who are on probation and/or have been expelled to bond and engage in their education.
A study on U.S students found that when required to pass a standardized test in order to graduate, students spent more time on school related tasks like completing schoolwork and discussing topics with their parents (Walberg). However, students are rarely encouraged by looming intellectual assessments; they are motivated by friends, parents, and other loved ones who want to see them triumph and succeed in life. In addition, teenagers rarely have long discussions with their parents. School is the stereotypical “safe” and “easy” topic of conversation at the dinner table yet, most kids reply with mundane answers. In
On the other hand, parents may fail to make the effort to teach the child their native language because they are so focused on having their child and themselves excel at the new language. This causes a lack of connection or familiarity between the child and language that their parents
In addition, it might cause deterioration in the family relationship. When parents are in complete control over the daily life of their children, they would cause resentment towards their parents. Family conflicts would eventually exist and children might become more rebellious which is contrary to the original objectives of applying authoritarian parenting. Therefore, it suggests that this parenting style is not effective and authoritative parenting would be a great substitute to replace