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How do Different Parenting Styles Impact a Child's Outlook o

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Preet Sangha

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Transcript of How do Different Parenting Styles Impact a Child's Outlook o

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Presented by Preet Sangha
How do Different Parenting Styles Impact a Child's Outlook on Making Decisions?
Overview: Types of Parenting Styles
Authoritarian Parenting
Authoritative Parenting
Permissive Parenting
Uninvolved Parenting
Uninvolved Parenting
Children make poor decisions
Parents are not there for the child in times of need
No rules or expectations set
Higher risk of making reckless decisions (e.g. drugs, alcohol, skipping school, etc.)
Authoritarian Parenting
Little to no opportunties for problem solving challenges
No reasons given for rules set
Punishments used instead of consequences
Results in not being able to make responsible decisions
Authoritative Parenting
Rules and expectations are set to be followed but some exceptions are allowed
Reasons for the rules are explained
Children are often good at making decisions and evaluating safety risks on their own.
Permissive Parenting
Don't offer much discipline
May take on more of a friend role than a parent role
Reckless decisions
Parent used characteristics from different style in research conducted
My Perspective?
Balance is key
Children do not know what is right for them so parents must teach them
Interesting results from research
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