Presentation on theme: "HPC3O: Unit 4 Parenting Styles and Outcomes"— Presentation transcript:
1 HPC3O: Unit 4 Parenting Styles and Outcomes How does the way a parent raises a child impact the child’s development? Why?
2 Quick Quiz: Match Responsive to children's’ needs. Indifferent to children, ignore themReject their childrenCritical, derogatory, dissatisfied with their children.Warm, understanding and accepting.Hostile and antisocialPoor self-control, difficulty with social interactions when teenagers.Compliant with parent’s wishesHappy and friendlyDissatisfied with themselves.
3 Matching Key Responsive to children's’ needs. Indifferent to children, ignore themReject their childrenCritical, derogatory, dissatisfied with their children.Warm, understanding and accepting.Hostile and antisocialPoor self-control, difficulty with social interactions when teenagers.Compliant with parent’s wishesHappy and friendlyDissatisfied with themselves.
4 Types of Parenting Styles and Outcomes There are three Parenting Styles.Authoritarian (Brick Wall)Permissive (Jelly Fish)Democratic (Backbone)Each style has been studied, and each style has been associated with an outcome for children
5 Authoritarian Style: Limits without Freedom. Parents’ word is law, parents have absolute control.Misconduct is punishedAffection and praise are rarely giveParents try to control children's’ behavior and attitudesThey value unquestioned obedienceChildren are told what to do, how to do it, and where to do it, and when to do it.
6 Outcomes of Authoritarian Style Blindly ObedientDistrustfulWithdrawnUnhappyHostileNot High AchieversPassiveChildren from authoritarian homes are so strictly controlled that they are often prevented from making their own decisions
8 Permissive Style: Freedom without limits. Parents allow their children to do their own thing.Little respect for order and routine.Parents make few demands on children.Discipline is lax: rarely punishNon controlling, non-demandingUsually warm, indulgentChildren walk all over the parents
9 Outcome of Permissive Parenting AggressiveLeast self—reliantLeast self-controlledLeast exploratoryMost unhappyChildren from permissive homes often get used to having what they want, but without guidance; they can be spoiled, aimless, anxious, insecure, rebellious
11 Democratic (Authoritative): Freedom within limits. Middle ground between the two aboveParents set reasonable limits and enforce rulesWilling to listen receptively to child’s requests interests, and questions.Children contribute to discussion of issues and make some of their own decisionsExert firm control when necessary, but explain reasoning behind it.Loving, consistent, demandingCombine control with encouragement
12 Outcomes of Democratic Style HappyMostly self-reliantFriendly, generousCooperativeHigh-achiever’Less likely to be disruptive or delinquentChildren whose parents expect them to perform well, to fulfill commitments, and to participate actively in family duties, experience the satisfaction that comes from meeting responsibilities and achieving success.
14 Ways that parents can build a child's self-esteem. Provide more successes than failures for the child.Give lots of encouragement.Give them freedom to fail with acceptance.Allow independence.Give unconditional love.Do not set standards unreasonably high.Avoid ridicule.Eliminate the negative.
15 Ways that parents can build a child's self-esteem. Be available.Be a good role model.Give your children responsibilityHelp your child develop talentsTake their ideas, emotions and feelings seriously.Set LimitsAllow exploration and encourage questions.
16 Summary: Democratic parents provide the best outcomes for their kids How you parent (what the home environment is like) effects your child’s emotional well being for the rest of their livesWhat parenting styles and outcomes have you seen?