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Childhood After watching Parenthood, a movie about a family of siblings and their children, I was shown all three of the examples of parenting styles, each of these parents have very different ways of raising their children. The three types of parenting styles include democratic parenting, dictatorial parenting, and permissive parenting.
The democratic parenting style is where a parent is laid back, but also has general rules and will enforce more strict rules if necessary, these parents are both demanding and responsive.
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The last parenting style is permissive, the permissive parenting style is really when the child is in charge, and this parent rarely uses discipline just to avoid any confrontation. I will be describing these three different parenting styles with three different families, one of these families being my own.
In my opinion al parenting styles are effective on the children who they are being used on, but I personally think the most effective of them is the democratic parenting style. The first family I will be analyzing is parents Susan and Nathan and there three year old daughter Patty.
Susan is the third daughter of the Buckham family, and both Susan and her husband Nathan have set standards way too high to expect from there little girl, although both of these parents do have high standards, Nathans expectations on Patty is too much, the time spent in attempt to reach these expectations starts affecting his marriage with Susan.
After analyzing this family, I definitely saw that Susan and Nathan demonstrate the dictatorial parenting style. I believe that Susan and Nathan use the dictatorial parenting style because in the film its demonstrated multiple different times.
While forcing patty to learn, Nathan is keeping her isolated from the world full of other children, which has made Patty different from the other children, just as Nathan is to other adults.
These examples clearly demonstrate the Dictatorial parenting style and how it has affected Patty. At three years old, no child needs to be forced to absorb and learn unnecessary things, when they have a whole life ahead of them.
The second family I will be analyzing is a divorced single mother Helen and her two children Julie and Gary.
Helen is a bank manager, who was divorced and abandoned by the father of her children.
Both Julie and Gary make trouble, and have no respect for their mother. From what I see, both Julie and Gary lack a personal connection with their mother. In this film there are multiple different examples how Helen demonstrates the permissive parenting style.
One of these examples is when Julie tried running away from home, Helen reacted by threatening her that if Julie ran away she would never let Julie in the house again, but as soon as Julie walked out of the door she quickly changes her attitude about the situation and lets Julie know that she is welcome home any time, basically giving Julie permission to walk all over her.
Although they are a family, they lack the traits of warmth and nurturance, everyone in this household isolates themselves from each other, and they really never do anything as a family.
In this film, Helen clearly demonstrates the permissive parenting style. One last family I will be analyzing is my own; my family consists of my parents Kevin and Melissa, and their five children, which includes Jocelyn, Evin, Jordan, Meadow, and me.
I feel like my parents definitely use the democratic parenting style because they have very simple, general rules that they expect us to follow, these rules can be adjusted, but if we break those rules they have no problems enforcing them just a fast to make them stricter.
Due to the way my parents raise me I feel like it makes my relationship with them better in a whole bunch of different ways, because we can always have fun as a family, I always know I can talk to them and feel comfortable.
I also feel like I can have fun, but I know when to much is. In the future I would want to raise my children the same way my parents did so I could have the same good relationship with my children as I did with my parents.
After watching the movie Parenthood, I took the time to analyze the three different parenting styles, the Democratic style, the Permissive style, and the Dictatorial style, and all three of these results in some effect on the children who these styles are being used on.
The parenting style which I believe is the most affective is the democratic parenting style, which in the text above I used my own family as an example. Personally I feel like I have a better relationship with my parents due to the democratic parenting style because the way my parents approach situations generally or specifically are in a way to where I will be more responsive, and the problem could be solved in a reasonable way as to if they used a more dictatorial parenting style, the outcome would most likely not be the same.
In my opinion I believe parenting styles have more of an effect on how children develop, then the genetics from the child itself. We cannot inherit personalities, so parenting styles is a major factor that effect personality development, not genes. This brings in the debate of nurture vs.
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