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How to Become a Good Parent? !
Transcript of How to Become a Good Parent? !
University at Albany, SUNY
Dec. 6th 2012 what do you need to be a good parent? Relatively high income ?
Being well educated ?
Having good social status? That's what we called - A Perfect Family They look like a "perfect family", but are they really perfect? If you have all these Parenting styles are categorized by four dimensions •Disciplinary strategies
•Warmth and nurturance
•Expectations of maturity and control Four Parenting styles: Parenting Styles Authoritative Parents: Authoritarian Parenting
Uninvolved Parenting Authoritarian Parenting: Impression of Four Types of Parents Increasing responsiveness, warmth and supporting Behavioral control, demanding In this style of parenting, children are expected to follow the strict rules established by the parents.
Authoritarian parents fail to explain the reasoning behind these rules.
These parents have high demands, but are not responsive to their children. establish rules and guidelines that their children are expected to follow.
In a more democratic way .
responsive to their children and willing to listen to questions.
failure to meet the expectations nurturing and forgiving rather than punishing. Authoritative parents are "monitor and impart clear standards for their children’s conduct.
They are assertive, but not intrusive and restrictive.
Their disciplinary methods are supportive, rather than punitive.
They want their children to be assertive as well as socially responsible, and self-regulated as well as cooperative" (1991).
--- Diana Baumrind Permissive Parenting: Indulgent parents
Rarely discipline their children
Relatively low expectations of maturity and self-control. Permissive parents "are more responsive than they are demanding. They are nontraditional and lenient, do not require mature behavior, allow considerable self-regulation, and avoid confrontation" (1991).
By Dianna Baumrind Authoritarian parents "are obedience- and status-oriented, and expect their orders to be obeyed without explanation"
By Diana Baumrind Uninvolved Parenting: Few demands, low responsiveness and little communication.
They only fulfill the basic needs of their children. Love Your Children in A Right Way! Questions ? ? ? Reference: Permissive parents behave like this: A better friend than a parent. Or even a bad friend. www.about.com
http://pediatrics.about.com/cs/quizzes/l/bl_prnt_style.htm Your family may look like this~ I'll give you whatever you want A conversation between a kid and his uninvolved parent: (The mom is on her phone)
Boy: Hi, Mom.
Mom: Yeah, I will check that again (talking on the phone). What?
Boy: Mom, today is my birthday. Can I have a party at home?
Mom: Oh, ok (talking on the phone). What did you say? (turn to the boy)
Boy: Mom! Today is my birthday (Madly) Can I hold a party at home?
Mom: Oh, sure, but I will be busy with work.
Boy: I know, but I need money to buy some snacks for my friends.
Mom: Money again? Alright, here it is. Don't spend it all.
Boy: Thanks, Mom. ( left)
Mom: (back to the phone)Sorry, my son just told me some stupid thing. What did you say? What makes the difference? It's the Parenting Style The Impact of Parenting Styles: Authoritarian Parenting Style: obedient and proficient children;
rank lower in happiness, social competence and self-esteem;
more likely to have emotional problems. Authoritative Parenting Style: independent; self-reliant; socially accepted; well-behaved;
•They are less likely to report depression and anxiety, and less likely to engage in antisocial behavior like delinquency and drug use. Permissive Parenting Style: high self-esteem; more resourceful; self-disciplined and less responsible; relatively poorly academic behavior. Uninvolved Parenting Style: Lack self-control; low self-esteem; less competent.