• Parenting Styles
    ERIC Identifier: ED427896 Publication Date: 1999-03-00 Author: Darling, Nancy Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education Champaign IL. Parenting Style and Its Correlates. ERIC Digest. Developmental psychologists have been interested in how parents influence the development...
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  • summaries
    Research Summaries Research Summaries When discussing parenting styles, the name of Diana Baumrind always comes up. She proposed the idea of different parenting styles based on how responsive and demanding a parent is. Three different parenting styles are compared and contrasted. Permissive parents...
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  • Parenting Styles
    Parenting Styles ECE355 Understanding Behavior and Family Dynamics Nancy Edwards May 20, 2012 Abstract When our children are born they are not given to us with instructions on what is the right way of parenting. The ways of parenting come in different forms, and as each child grows...
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  • Parenting Style as Context: an Integrative Model
    Psychological Bulletin 1993. Vol. 113. No. 3, 487-496 Copyright 1993 by the American Psychological Association, Inc. 0033-2909/93/S3.00 Parenting Style as Context: An Integrative Model Nancy Darling and Laurence Steinberg Despite broad consensus about the effects of parenting practices on child development...
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  • Article Critique : Psychological Status and Weight-Related Distress
    Section 1 This article was written by four American scholars ( Ellen M. Granberg, Ronald L. Simons, Frederick X. Gibbons and Janet Nieuwsma Melby) and published in the recent months in Youth and Society. In this article, the authors are following the recent researches on the relation between body...
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  • Essays and Papers Etc
    Raising Teens A Synthesis of Research and a Foundation for Action A. RAE SIMPSON, PH.D. Project on the Parenting of Adolescents Center for Health Communication Harvard School of Public Health This project was supported by a grant from The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Raising ...
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  • The Mother Coparent Relationship
    associated with child maladjustment. In addition, positive parenting fully mediated these relations between mother– coparent relationship and child outcomes. Clinical implications and future directions are discussed. Keywords: African American, parenting, coparenting, competence, maladjustment Building on...
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  • Parenting Attitudes and Practices of Immigrant Chinese Mothers of Adolescents
    Parenting Attitudes and Practices of Immigrant Chinese Mothers of Adolescents Author(s): Jean Cheng Gorman Reviewed work(s): Source: Family Relations, Vol. 47, No. 1 (Jan., 1998), pp. 73-80 Published by: National Council on Family Relations Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/584853 . Accessed: 18/09/2012...
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  • Analytical Essay
    accept they are no longer the focus of attention for their wives and children in the way their fathers and grandfathers would have been (Darling, & Steinberg, 1993). Conversely, many men do worry about being good husbands. As a result, these very modern problems that are leaving so many problems to...
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  • Great
    their children's lives, initially with requests focused on safety and later with requests focused on family and cultural standards (Gralinski & Kopp, 1993). Children learn early rules through the routines of family life (Schaffer, 1996). Children are expected to become reasonably compliant with parent...
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  • Authoritarian Parenting
    Authoritative Parenting Styles and the Correlation with Positive Behavior in Children Abstract Authoritative parenting styles are consistently being shown in research studies to be effective methods to apply and that such applications are successful in developing children...
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  • Parent Occupational Status and Parenting Style as Motivational Factor for Students’ Choice of Career (a Case Study of Ijebu-North Local Government Area of Ogun State)
    PARENT OCCUPATIONAL STATUS AND PARENTING STYLE AS MOTIVATIONAL FACTOR FOR STUDENTS’ CHOICE OF CAREER (A CASE STUDY OF IJEBU-NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OGUN STATE) BY FOLORUNSHO ADENIKE TEMITOPE MATRIC NO: 04067102 A PROJECT SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM...
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  • How Social Networking Sites Enhance the Self-esteem of Adolescents
    friends (p.31). Self-esteem         Self-esteem is how a person sees their self-worth and affects how we feel, think and behave.  Block and Robins (1993) describe self-esteem as “ the extent to which one perceives oneself as relatively close to being the person one wants to be and/or as relatively distant...
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  • Parenting Styles and Assertiveness
    LITERATURE REVIEW ON PARENTING STYLES AND ASSERTIVENESS Many years ago, women were usually relegated to domestic duties, unlike men who were always seen in social interactions. However, in recent years, women have attracted much attention...
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  • Nino
    European Journal of Social Sciences – Volume 10, Number 1 (2009) Parenting Style in a Collectivist Culture of Malaysia Somayeh Keshavarz Department of Human Development & Family Studies, Faculty of Human Ecology University Putra Malaysia, 43400 Selangor, Malaysia E-mail: somayeh_k15@yahoo.com Tel:...
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  • The Role of Parental Emotional Regulation in Parenting Style
    The Role of Parental Emotional Regulation in Parenting Style - A Preliminary Study Abstract This study investigated if parental emotional regulation could be one of the contributing factors to parenting style, beside personality and other demographic factors...
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  • psychology
     THE INFLUENCE OF PARENTING STYLES ON FEAR OF NEGATIVE EVALUATION ON ELEMENTARY CHILDREN BY GOMBEDZA SIMBARASHE A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF BSc HONOURS IN PSYCHOLOGY ...
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    adjustment) do these different sources of knowledge produce? Thus, it is not surprising that adolescent delinquency has been linked to low or ineffective parenting practices. Parents´ knowledge about their children’s behaviour, and especially about what their children do outside of the safe Correspondence concerning...
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  • Understanding Children and Young People
    Parenting is a most challenging yet rewarding experience. Baumrind, who studied parenting styles during the early 1960s, concluded that they differ in four important areas: parents' warmth/nurturance, discipline strategy, communication skills, and expectations of maturity. She posited three types of...
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  • Comparing Parenting Styles
     Comparing Parenting Styles Being a parent or guardian comes with great responsibilities, which include passing down their most important morals, providing support, and acting as a role model for their children. From the beginning of the child’s life, a parent must make decisions for their child...
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