FMST 312 – Lecture 2 - FMST 312 Lecture 2 Child...

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FMST 312 – Lecture 2 Child Socialization Patterns of Canadian and American Parenting - Studies of childrearing patterns in the United States have led to the identification of six distinct patterns 1. Authoritative Parents - Controlling and demanding, but also nurturing and communicative with their children - Do not expect unquestioned obedience - Have more positive outcomes than children reared by authoritarian parenting 2. Authoritarian Parents - Have relations with their children that are hierarchical rather than democratic - A main goal of authoritarian parents is to obtain obedience from their children - Tend to be dependent, passive, and conforming, less self-assured, less creative, and less socially adept than other children - Are at risk for behavior problems such as substance abuse, crime, and delinquency 3. Permissive Parents - Are non-controlling and non-demanding - Exercise little restriction of child autonomy and have a general lack of routine and consistency - Tend to lack impulse control -
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