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Cause And Effect Essay: Effects Of Soft Parenting

Effects of Soft Parenting First thing first - soft or permissive parenting results in children being insolent, irresponsible, narcissist and egoistic. No- nonsense parenting or back-bone parenting results in children who become responsible, competent, emotionally mature and empathetic adults. Marshmallow Parents If you often see yourself giving in too easily to your child’s demand, or your child makes you change your mind quite easily, or you don’t bother to set up too many rules for your child...

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Parenting Skills

raises the child as if it were their own. A foster parent takes care of a child for a period of time depending on the children’s circumstances, and may assume the role of the adoptive parent if they choose to do so. 3. What are some of the different parenting styles that families use? - Authoritarian Style: Parents are the absolute authority, and there is no arguing with the parent’s decisions. These parents believe that respect for authority will instill a strong moral character. Academic achievement...

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Parenting Styles

Psychology 201 Chapter 10 Authoritative Parenting There are three types of parenting styles according to Diana Baumrind. Authoritative, authoritarian, and permissive parenting all entail different expressions of warmth, strategies for discipline, and expectations for maturity from parents to children. Growing up I lived in a household where authoritative parenting was given to my two younger sisters and I. Authoritative is one of the main parenting styles. It is an approach from parents who...

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Parenting and Academic Performance

PARENTING AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE Name: Institution: Abstract The academic success of a student is influenced by many factors. The factors include the parental influences, school environments, teachers and the individual ability of the student. Parental factors may stretch to gender and the educational level of the parents (Rael, 2011). In many attempts, literature has tried to explain the immense impact of the styles of parenting to the college students. The parenting styles...

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Laid-Back Parenting (summary)

 The New Laid-Back Parenting Daney Gordon DeVry University September 5, 2014 THE NEW LAID-BACK PARENTING Erin Zammett Ruddy wrote the article “The New Laid-Back Parenting” where she identifies whether a parent can exercise laid-back parenting efficiently in a hover-parenting culture and not take it to the extent of neglect. Practicing laid-back parenting has its challenges where it is tempting for the parent to snap back into an overly involved mode. Some people who do not practice...

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The Effects of Parenting Styles on Children

types of parenting styles: authoritarian parenting, permissive parenting, and authoritative parenting. Authoritative parenting is a parenting style characterized by strict rules, harsh punishments and little warmth. Permissive parenting is characterized by parents who are responsive to their children, but lack rules and discipline. Authoritative parenting is characterized by parents who hold high expectations and set clear guidelines, but are responsive and loving to their children. Parenting styles...

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Permissive Parenting Essay

over-involved parents who use harsh rules and unattainable expectations to parent adolescents. Under-involvement parenting styles are described as parenting that lacks warm and is avoided, or in other words the parents will overlook or avoid the disciplinary actions that come with parenting and focus on being the adolescents “casual” friend, this is also known as permissive or neglectful parenting (Story, 2011). For this paper, warmth is defined as acceptance between child-parent relationships. Neglectful...

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Parenting Styles: Then and Now

 Parenting Styles; Then and Now N. Ortiz ITT Technical We as parents, expect our children to make mistake, and as we have learn from them. I grew up in the era of Tough Love, what you see is what you get. In my day parents did not give praise for things you were expected to know. When you did something wrong either you were punished, disciplined (spanked) or both. Today we see parents praising their children more, but we also see some children raising themselves...

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Evaluation on Spare the Rod Spoil the Parenting

In this article “Spare the Rod, Spoil the Parenting”, written by Leonard Pitts, Jr. is based upon what is considered corporal punishment; what’s right and what’s gone too far. Leonard expresses the idea that without punishment towards children, they can develop into untamable brats. Using his humorous sarcasm and entertaining message he gets the point across that child rearing is ok and not abuse. Showing uniformed parents/adults that rearing does keep the little ones in line making them learn and...

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Baumrind Parenting Style

Parenting Styles Diana Baumrind, is a clinical and developmental psychologist that has been researching parenting styles since the 1960’s and has classified them into three categories (Eleanor Maccoby and John Martin adding a fourth category later on in their studies.) (encyclopedia) - Out of all the ways to describe parenting methods, they can be condensed into four categories that consist of authoritarian parenting, authoritative parenting, permissive parenting, and neglectful parenting...

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