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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/26/10 Parenting Styles and Child Development
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4/26/10 Parental Socialization during Childhood & Adolescence Two Major Dimensions of Parenting Four Patterns of Parenting Adapting Child Rearing to Children’s Development
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4/26/10 Two Major Dimensions of Parenting 1. Parental responsiveness “A dimension of parenting that describes the amount of responsiveness and affection that a parent displays toward a child”
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4/26/10 Parental Responsiveness (parental warmth and Accepting and responsive = Smile at, praise, and encourage their children, expressing a great deal of warmth, even through they can become quite critical when a child misbehaves
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4/26/10 Parental Demandingness (behavioral control) Controlling and demanding = Place limits on their children’s freedom of expression by imposing many demands and actively surveying their children’s behaviors to ensure that these rules are followed Less accepting and relatively unresponsive = Quick to criticize,
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4/26/10 Types of Parenting Styles and Outcomes The construct of parenting style is used to capture normal variations in parents’ attempts to control and socialize their children (Baumrind, 1991) There are four types of parenting styles: Authoritative, Authoritarian, and Permissive
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4/26/10 1. The parents in the Goner family are typically away at night, and they often leave their three small children at home alone to save money on babysitters. Their parenting style is __________. 2. Amy's mother says "Amy honey, eat your spinach, it is good for- you." Amy says "I hate spinach and I'm not eating it. I want ice cream!" Mom says "OK sweetie, let's have some ice cream." Amy's mother sounds like a(n) ________ parent. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Reasonable apply the _________ parenting style; they are consistent, controlling but flexible, sensitive, and accepting of their child. 4. Lisa, age 17, and her parents are discussing her curfew. Lisa explains to her parents why she should be able to stay out until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Lisa's parents agree, but state that on weeknights she needs her rest for school and must be home by 10 p.m. Lisa's parenting style is _________.
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