Parenting Styles Defined In New Report On Family Culture
The institute for advanced studies in culture at the university of virginia has been examining the roots of parenting style in "family culture," and today's report sorts american families into four distinct groups. no two agree on what kind of world awaits their children, nor what morals, values and ideals will be needed to navigate it. And ruth chao argues that the authoritarian parenting style—as defined by western psychologists—doesn't have an exact counterpart in traditional chinese child rearing (chao 1994). perhaps such cultural differences can explain why different studies report different results. Shucksmith and colleagues, in an adolescent report study conducted in scotland, yielded a cluster labeled “problem parent–adolescent relationships.” 58 however, the main variable that defined this cluster was a self report of family problem behaviors that was entered into the analysis—not a clear measure of parenting. In this parenting style, parents are warm, but lax. they fail to set firm limits, to monitor children's activities closely or to require appropriately mature behavior of their children. children raised with this parenting style tend to be impulsive, rebellious, aimless, domineering, aggressive and low in self reliance, self control and achievement. Parenting styles that are congruent with cultural norms appear to be effective in transmitting values from parents to children, perhaps because parenting practices that approach the cultural norm result in a childrearing environment that is more positive, consistent, and predictable and in one that facilitates children’s accurate perceptions.
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Parenting Styles And Their Effects On Children