SOC 313 EXTRA CREDIT - autonomy and internal control...

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Janelle Jose Spring 2009 Soc 313 Extra Credit 3 1. Authoritarian Parents are often demanding, rigid, and punitive. They expect absolute obedience from their children and often use forceful measures to control the behavior. They typically show their children little warmth and support. Permissive style of parenting is one that is highly warm, responsive, and undemanding but sometimes manipulative; this approach encourages freedom of expression,
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Unformatted text preview: autonomy, and internal control. Authoritative style is an approach to parenting that is demanding and controlling but supportive and responsive; encourages autonomy and self-reliance; generally uses positive reinforcement instead of punitive, repressive discipline. This style of parenting is yield the best result among children. 2....
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