4 Kinds of Parenting Styles as well as their Effects on Kids

 

4 Types of Parenting Styles and Their Effect on Kids

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4 Types Of Parenting Styles

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Later, in 1983, Maccoby and Martin further classified parenting styles into four distinct categories. Authoritarian; Permissive; Authoritative; Uninvolved; Let’s see how each type of parent differs from each other and the effects these parenting style has on children. FOUR PARENTING STYLES AND THE EFFECT OF EACH ONE ON CHILDREN 1.

Whether we like it or not, our style of parenting has a big impact on our child. So today, we are reviewing the 4 types of parenting styles and their effects on our children. The first parenting style is Authoritarian Parenting – A lot of dads might identify with this style. Authoritarian is strict.

Your parenting style can affect everything from how much your child weighs to how she feels about herself, so it’s important to ensure your parenting style is supporting healthy growth and development. Researchers have discovered four types of parenting styles. Each style has a different take on what a parent’s role should be in a child’s life. 1.

Each type of behavior was highly correlated to a specific kind of parenting. Baumrind’s theory is that there is a close relationship between the type of parenting style and children’s behavior. Different parenting styles can lead to different child development and child outcomes. Based on extensive observation, interviews and analyses, Baumrind initially identified three different types of parenting styles: authoritative parenting, authoritarian parenting and permissive parenting. 4 different parenting styles researched by child psychologists and counselors: Four patterns of parenting typologies namely Authoritarian, Authoritative, and Permissive parenting were developed by Baumrind (1967, 1971).

Each of these has its own benefits and disadvantages. Types of parenting styles and their impact on children. Below are the 4 types of parenting styles and their effects on your kids. Authoritarian Parenting Style. Authoritarian parents believe kids should follow the rules without any objection and exception.

Authoritarian parents are known for saying, “Because I asked you to or said so,” when. Here are some of the types of parenting styles and their effects on children. Therefore, it’s really vital to ensure your parenting style is providing healthy growth and development to your children. Four different types of parenting styles have been researched so far. Each style defines what sort of a role parents would have in their teen.

Based on the work of Diana Baumrind, a developmental psychologist, the following 4 types of Parenting Styles has been framed. They are authoritative, authoritarian, permissive and neglectful. Each one of these Parenting Styles carries different characteristics and brings about different reactions in the children.

Parenting Styles describe the way parents react and respond to their children. Generally, there are four different types of parenting styles. These are Authoritarian, permissive, authoritative, and uninvolved. A person’s style of parenting, in no way speaks about the level of love they have for their children. Dictator parenting is a type of 4 parenting styles described by levels of popularity and low responsiveness.

Guardians with a dictator style have exceptionally elevated parenting styles psychology of their kids, yet give almost no in the method of input and nurturance. The dictator approach speaks to the most controlling style.

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(3) Assertive discipline: Parents can use non-coercive and effective discipline practices to promote child pro-sociality and alter problem behaviors.

“Preventing Crime and Violence” by Brent Teasdale, Mindy S. Bradley
from Preventing Crime and Violence
by Brent Teasdale, Mindy S. Bradley
Springer International Publishing, 2016

Research on parenting styles is quite helpful here.

“Teaching and Learning in the Early Years” by David Whitebread, Penny Coltman
from Teaching and Learning in the Early Years
by David Whitebread, Penny Coltman
Taylor & Francis, 2015

There are five main parenting styles: domineering, doting, dependent, detached, and developing.

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by June Hunt
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Parenting styles that include consistency, care, warmth, and firmness are most likely to lead to compliance and prosocial behavior.

“Encyclopedia of Education and Human Development” by Stephen J. Farenga, Daniel Ness
from Encyclopedia of Education and Human Development
by Stephen J. Farenga, Daniel Ness
Taylor & Francis, 2015

Harsh discipline and child problem behaviors: The roles of positive parenting and gender.

“Psychology: Australia and New Zealand” by Douglas A. Bernstein, Julie Ann Pooley, Lynne Cohen, Bethanie Gouldthorp, Stephen C. Provost, Jacquelyn Cranney, Louis A. Penner, Alison Clarke-Stewart, Edward J. Roy
from Psychology: Australia and New Zealand
by Douglas A. Bernstein, Julie Ann Pooley, et. al.
Cengage Learning Australia, 2017

There were originally three major types of parenting styles in the Baumrind system: authoritarian, authoritative, and permissive.

“Lev Vygotsky: Critical Assessments” by Peter Lloyd, Charles Fernyhough
from Lev Vygotsky: Critical Assessments
by Peter Lloyd, Charles Fernyhough
Routledge, 1999

These two dimensions initially yielded three parenting styles or typologies that varied by warmth and control: authoritative, authoritarian, and permissive.

“Keeping Students Safe and Helping Them Thrive: A Collaborative Handbook on School Safety, Mental Health, and Wellness [2 volumes]” by David Osher Ph.D., Matthew J. Mayer, Robert J. Jagers, Kimberly Kendziora, Lacy Wood
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by David Osher Ph.D., Matthew J. Mayer, et. al.
ABC-CLIO, 2019

Types of parenting styles include authoritarian, authoritative, and permissive.

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2017

Three types of parenting styles have been described: authoritarian, authoritative, and permissive.

“Dimensions of Human Behavior: The Changing Life Course” by Elizabeth D. Hutchison
from Dimensions of Human Behavior: The Changing Life Course
by Elizabeth D. Hutchison
SAGE Publications, 2014

In Chapter 10, we learned about four types of parenting style as described by Diana Baumrind (2013)— authoritative, authoritarian, permissive, and disengaged—each of which has a different balance of control and warmth.

“Child Development From Infancy to Adolescence: An Active Learning Approach” by Laura E. Levine, Joyce Munsch
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SAGE Publications, 2014

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  • I’m kind of person that don’t like to treat my future children like how my parents treated me one day
    I know I’m going to do the opposite but as you said in the video, I’m a little bit worry if I’m going to exaggerate
    I think I need to understand myself more and I need to learn more so that I can reach the balance

  • You forgot about sexual abuse. My mother was sexually abused as a child by her father. Whether she knew it or not, she equated her sons with her father and would have explosive emotional responses to the slightest perceived provocation. I.e. Saying the specific phrase, “I’m lonely,” would cause her to start crying and saying, “Lonely as you are you don’t need a PHYSICAL relationship!” Unsurprisingly, the only child she developed a lasting relationship with was her daughter.

  • I thought my mom was the second one but when you said “giving their kids the basic necessities and being otherwise uninvolved” i was like oh thats spot on

  • I was studying about parenting and came across a blog which explained alot
    https://www.richpsych.com/blogs/what-is-your-parenting-style/M09DOVRN/

  • I was studying about parenting and came across a blog which explained alot
    https://www.richpsych.com/blogs/what-is-your-parenting-style/M09DOVRN/

  • I’m definitely a permissive parent who tries to be more authoritative. I’m just so bad at it and hard to take serious. Trying to find videos to help but not having much luck.

  • I am gonna be honest and might sound like a bitch but…..my friend continuously posts about her being depressed and having anxiety in Instagram that I don’t know what to believe in. I tried helping her and told her to go to a doctor and get help but the only thing she did is self diagnose herself and now she says that she has anxiety and depression…. during our online classes, she can actually talk and also show her face nicely to the teacher though, she also doesn’t have any problem with socialising so…… someone please help me….

  • I don’t really appreciate the assumption that being homeschooled means you have no social skills. It’s a really bad stereotype that isn’t always true. I was homeschooled and my parents didn’t isolate me from social activities and making friends. I would even go as far as to say that they kept me from having to deal with toxic high school situations.

  • This was very helpful! After watching this video I think we are authoritative most of the time with elements of both authoritarian and permissive the rest of the time. Looking forward to watching more of these.

  • had to do a psychology assignment about my own experiences with reinforcement and punishments, we had to do 3 examples of both positive and negative reinforcement and only one example of positive and negative punishment. I had no idea what to put for reinforcements bc I was only ever punished for anything, I now realize my parents were definitely authoritatians

  • My mom was authoritative 100%. My dad was authoritarian, slightly authoritative (10%), permissive (5%), but uninvolved 95%. He was in & out of the picture, tried to impose rules when he was around, kind of bipolar.. just never knew where we stood with him. Was frustrating because we were really used to listening to our mom mostly..

  • I guess my parents were a combination of many types, depending on the circumstances.
    With my kids again I would try to respond appropriately to the situation they all grew up to be good citizens!!

  • I had a pretty bad childhood. I always promise myself when I have kids im gona be the best parent. But I often wonder maybe I shouldn’t have kid because I don’t wana be the same and he was..

  • I had authoritarian parents (bad way) so I want to become a authoritative parent instead, ending the cycle that happened for 3 generations

  • Thanks for this. Using it in a Health Class for middle school as we look into child development. Fun way to use movie clips. Thanks for doing my lesson planning for me.

  • Thanks a lot for sharing these precious Tips! I did’nt even realized that most of authoritative parents do’nt even explain the reason why they are mad about their child. So, at the end of the day, the child will not learn from his mistake, but instead, will just listen to the parent by fear or respect.

  • I’m definitely authoritative and so were my parents. My parents were always asking for our opinion and advice and they always explained things to us when we had questions. We weren’t allowed to do whatever we wanted but we also didn’t get punished for no reason. But I totally believe that even when you are an authoritative parent you might still use the phrase “because I said so” every now and then lol. I love having conversations with my kids but I’m also going to discipline where ever it’s needed. Discipline doesn’t have to mean punishing your child. But if you don’t have boundaries it can get overwhelming for the child because you are putting them in charge instead of taking the responsibility of parenting.

  • I’m not a parent but I found this helpful anyway as I am around my friends kids a lot and they need support as well as information. I’ll be sharing this! Thank you ❤️

  • Are..u asking me about pet���� I never have a pet… whenever I ask…. they just say…no u can’t take care of it…so no…it always happens ���� I want a pet��������

    Who want a pet…. just think about a like������I �� pets

  • Before even watching this video I am pretty sure my wife and myself are permissive parents. Will watch the video to find out which one I am.

  • Cheers for the video content! Apologies for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you tried Bonaliyar Bizarre Blaster (should be on google have a look)? It is a great one off guide for teaching your child to read minus the hard work. Ive heard some great things about it and my m8 at last got astronomical results with it.

  • Great video, I dont think you can put parenting style into 4 simple buckets, but there are certainly good and bad parenting techniques. And look, we ALL make mistakes! The key is continual growth. ��

  • Great presentation and viewpoint, but I think the effect of parenting style on the development of social skills may be confounded by other factors, such as being an only child vs. growing up with sibs or other social stimulation.

  • Growing up I had very over controlling parents, who always wanted me to be with only them. Which has lead me into deep deep depression! I lost my self worth self love and confidence. It’s like way do I even wake up every day?

  • 2:00
    I see anime references and minecraft youtuber references.
    Amane and tsukasa’s yorishiro?
    Dream’s picture?
    And I forgot who that is but he’s a minecraft youtuber I guess
    Is that a mokke plushie?

    2:55
    Is that kid holding a mokke plushie?

  • A little disappointed that you didn’t cover the uninvolved and neglectful very much. I mean it is somewhat self explanatory but still.

  • Not a parent myself, just interested in parenting styles. I feel like my mother was kind of authoritarian, but not 100% My father has more of a permissive style, but, even though it worked for me, my sister isn’t like that and she literally does what she wants. I don’t support permissive parenting, it’s really frustrating…

  • it’s nice to finally find someone on youtube that understands that not all parents are benevilant angels who deserve all the love and respect in the world, just because they non-consetually forced you into a life of misery, just because their selfish ass wanted something to brag to their friends about, or because they wanted some way to give their depressive life meaning, without even a second thought about if they can provide a suitible envirement for a kid

  • True that childhood can affect parenting but it’s also not true my parents are trying to take care of me but doing it wrong and im going to try to do it right

  • Physical abuse and Emotinal abuse brings so much pain and shame,no matter what you went through you have to face it and free yourself so you won’t hurt others…

  • DUDE THE FIRST ONE HIT ME HARD-
    The fift is pritty much me. I dont trust my dad at all, even to the point that im too scared to meet him somewhere. I think that he might leave me with the bill or something similar, yeah i think too much ahead.

  • I don’t say that having children it would be such a bad thing but we need to be careful even if that kid would have quarantined good parents (I don’t say perfect) but good, because maybe the world could do an unexpected thing to them so we better do take a good care of them for their future too, maybe I’m still young but having a a child can be the most beautiful thing �� we just have to get them a good future

  • Psychical abuse is a tricky one to treat. I was spanked as a child for either doing some thing wrong or misbehaving. My mother endured psychial abuse by her father both emotionally and psychially. At times she say things that are hurtful when upset as the result of her upbringing. She hasn’t laid her hands in me since I was 10 but the damage is already done. All I can do is forgive her for what happens. She has apologized for what happened other children won’t be as lucky to hear it

    My exchildhood friend suffered from it much worse by her own mother. It resulted in a custody battle with her grand parents. My other point is it can be hard to seek help depending on the severity of the situation. She was often thrown out of the house at times. Neglected or to having to fend for herself. The mother should had been jailed or handed her legal rights over sooner. She had a history of Mental Health Issues and was a Drug Addict. A problem child to boot since I never heard anything about her grand parents being the same way.

  • I always wondered that how I would be as an adult, now, I’m ten years old, and I’m have 11 years until I’m a adult, and I want to be the best I can be

  • My goal would be to work my ass off, to make sure that when they reached adulthood, they would be able to say that their childhood was amazing and non traumatizing. Over flowing with lovely memories and fun anecdotes. And that they know that they are perfect just the way they are. And for them to feel capable and independent as hell. ������