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9/9/11 Parenting styles Four styles can be derived from these two dimensions Originally proposed by Diana Baumrind in 1970’s - 80’s 1. Authoritarian 2. Permissive 3. Authoritative 4. Uninvolved 11
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9/9/11 22 CONTROL WARMTH (Uninvolved )
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9/9/11 Authoritative parents: High control, high warmth Set reasonable limits; provide explanations appropriate to the child’s level of comprehension Their actions do no seem arbitrary or unfair children are more willing to accept the restrictions 33
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9/9/11 Authoritarian parents High control, low warmth Adhere rigidly to rules Military style “Because I said so!” Issue commands and expect them to be obeyed Avoid lengthy verbal exchanges with their children 44
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9/9/11 Permissive Parents High warmth, low control Place few or no restraints on their child’s behaviors When annoyed or impatient with their children, they often suppress these feelings Many are intent on showing “unconditional love” 55
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course PSY 4301 taught by Professor Rocio during the Spring '10 term at Texas Tech.

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