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Annotated Bibliography Cherry, Kendra. “Are You a Permissive Parent?” Verywell Mind , . In this article, Cherry discussed the definition of permissive parenting, which is when the parent is more lenient towards the child than average parenting. She included outside information to credify her own research, making the argument more logical. Kendra Cherry then listed the qualities of a permissive parent. Then, she went to explain the science part of the child’s behavior, stating how the child is left off worse, since they will get into more dangerous behavioral activities, such as drugs, and lack of sufficient manners when communicating with other peers. This source should be included because it clearly describes the idea of permissive parenting, while listing both the benefits and the consequences of this style. The source also uses many outside sources, which allow the article to be more credibility withstanding. This source is analytical, since it doesn’t really include any bias, it only informs the audience rather than persuading it. It’ll be useful to someone responding to our question because it provides one completely different side of parenting styles. It does address more than one complexity, since it lists both the pros and cons of the certain type of parenting. Crain, Trisha Powell. “From Tiger to Free-Range Parents – What Research Says about Pros and Cons of Popular Parenting Styles.” Alabama School Connection , 8 June 2016,
alabamaschoolconnection.org/2016/06/08/from-tiger-to-free-range-parents-what- research-says-about-pros-and-cons-of-popular-parenting-styles/. This source identifies one of the most popular parenting styles known as authoritative, also known as helicopter parenting. The example illustrated in the cartoon shows a child on the ground while the parent is hovering above in a helicopter that has a small sticker on the bottom that says, “DAD.” The parent is also holding a megaphone that is being used to yell at the child while looking over his shoulder watching every move. This image is on the side of

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