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Parenting styles. Tara Bravo Psychology. Diana Baumrind : Parenting Styles. Original project by: John Southwick Tara Bravo Kelsey Chaney Robin Vanwinkle. Diana Baumrind. Was born in 1927 in New York City Received her B.A. and Ph.D. in psychology at University of California Berkley

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Parenting styles

Parenting styles

Tara Bravo

Psychology


Parenting styles

  • Diana Baumrind: Parenting Styles

  • Original project by:

  • John Southwick

  • Tara Bravo

  • Kelsey Chaney

  • Robin Vanwinkle


  • Diana baumrind

    Diana Baumrind

    • Was born in 1927 in New York City

    • Received her B.A. and Ph.D. in psychology at University of California Berkley

    • She is most well known for her Parenting Styles


    Parenting styles

    • Authoritative parenting

    Authoritative parents set limits and enforce rules, yet they are flexible and listen to their children

    They may demand maturity, but they are usually forgiving (not punishing) if the child falls short

    They consider themselves guides, not authorities (as authoritarian parents do) or friends (as permissive parents do)

    Effects:

    Children are successful, articulate, happy with themselves, and generous with others

    Teachers and peers usually like these children, especially in societies in which individual initiative is valued


    Permissive parenting

    Permissive Parenting

    • Permissive parenting: is a parenting style based on few demands

      • Parents have low expectations

      • Nurturing and accepting

      • Don’t feel responsible to discipline

      • Let children make their own way

      • _______________________________________________________

      • Effects:

      • Unhappy children who lack self control

      • Strained peer relationships

      • Immaturity

      • Very dependent into adulthood


    Neglectful

    Neglectful

    • Parents are unattached and not involved with their children’s life

    • Many times adults will dismiss kids emotions and opinions

    • They will provide the basic needs for kids such as food, shelter etc. but will not give them emotional needs

    • Sometimes comes because of the use of drugs

    • Consequences:

    • Attachment disorder

      • Children who were never in any kind of a healthy relationship may have a hard time for the rest of their lives with simple connecting with other people.

    • Reactive Attachment disorder

    • People with RAD

      • Adolf Hitler, Ted Bundy, Charles Manson, Saddam Hussein, Edgar Allan Poe, Jeffrey Dahmer


    Criticisms of baumrind s theory

    Criticisms of Baumrind’s theory

    • Original sample had little.

    • Focused on attitude more than on daily interaction.

    • Some authoritarian parents are loving toward children

    • Some permissive parents guide their children by words, not rules.

    • Overlooked a childes role in relationship with parents


    Parenting styles

    Question:If a child is dependent and disobedient into early adulthood what type of parenting does this best represent

    • Authoritarian

    • Permissiveness

    • Authoritative

    • Unresponsive


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