Authoritative Versus Authoritarian Parenting

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5 hours ago Both authoritative and authoritarian parents are strict and have high expectations of their kids. Authoritative parents are strict and warm, while authoritarian parents are strict and cold. Authoritative parents discuss and explain rules to their children. They are open to give-and-take discussions and will modify rules if appropriate. …

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9 hours ago The four types of parenting styles are: Authoritarian parenting: These parents are strict and demand blind obedience from their children. The reason for rules is typically coupled with: “because I said so.”. Authoritative parenting: These parents are strict and have clear standards of behavior. But they are also loving, warm, and nurturing.

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2 hours ago Overview of Authoritarian vs. Authoritative Parenting: Authoritarian vs. Authoritative – Effects on Children: Authoritarian vs. Authoritative Parenting Scenarios: 1. When Your Child Throws Tantrums: 2. When Your Kids Are Arguing: 3. When Your Child Lies: 4. When Your Child Is A Fussy Eater: 5. When Child Won’t Go To Bed:

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7 hours ago Parenting Authoritative Versus Authoritarian Parenting Style There's a big difference between discipline and punishment. Posted September 18, …

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  • Responsiveness
    This area of responsiveness is one of the major differences between these parenting styles. The authoritarian parentis a non responsive style of parenting. Rules are made without any discussion with the children involved. In the same way, rules are to be followed without asking a…
  • Type of expectations
    The authoritarian parentwill often set expectations and rules which are overly difficult and unrealistic for the child to consistently hit. This can lead to frustration for both parties. However, the authoritative parentwill show more understanding of their child and where they should be in t…
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    Why authoritative parenting is the best parenting style?

    This parenting style involves:

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    5 hours ago Differences Between Authoritative and Authoritarian Parenting. The key differences between authoritative vs. authoritarian parenting are: Parental Warmth. The authoritative parent is loving and warm with their child. They are not afraid to show their affection, and they let their children know how much they are loved.

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    5 hours ago Authoritative Parenting 101. “Authoritative parenting is the optimal goal because it requires balancing warmth, love, and nurturing with boundaries, setting limits, following through, and taking

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    9 hours ago Authoritarian vs. Authoritative Parenting Many of us end up parenting based on what we believe our parents did right and wrong. Authoritarian parenting is associated with many externalizing and internalizing problems in both girls and boys (Akhtar, Malik, & Begeer, 2016; Braza et al., 2015; Calzada, Barajas-Gonzalez,

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    9 hours ago Parenting children in an authoritative way involves at least three things: Discipline by way of action. The discipline should be swift, direct, effective, and as closely tied to the violation to the family rule as possible. Parent must listen to their children. There is great power in listening…to our children, to our spouses, to almost anyone!

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    3 hours ago Some Authoritative parenting examples include: Setting clear expectations & consequences. Parenting from a place of love rather than fear. Being flexible & communicative. Making sure the child understands why something is being asked of them. Allowing the child to make some choices for themselves.

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    2 hours ago How you parent will depend on how you were raised, how you see others parenting, and even, to some extent, your cultural background. Some of the more widely recognized parenting styles are

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    3 hours ago Kathy Hardie-Williams, M.Ed, MS, NCC, MFT, LPC May 3rd, 2014 at 12:03 AM . Hi Melody…a good resource for authoritative parenting is “Love and …

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    7 hours ago Parenting Authoritative Versus Authoritarian Parenting Style There's a big difference between discipline and punishment. Posted Sep 18, 2014

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    5 hours ago The main difference between the authoritarian and authoritative parenting styles is how the parents set rules and expectations. Authoritarian parenting is much stricter and these parents tend to set very strict rules and expectations, often with little reasoning, (or at least little explanation surrounding the reasoning).Authoritative parenting means that there …

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    4 hours ago This is a factor that differs in authoritarian vs authoritative parenting styles. Compared with authoritarian parents, authoritative parents will allow their children to seek autonomy. However, while the authoritative parents continuously monitor their children, it is far from the tight control exhibited by authoritarian parents.

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    7 hours ago Authoritative vs. Authoritarian Parenting. These two seem to be the ones that most people confuse, but they are fundamentally different. These two parenting styles create vastly different interactions between parent and child. Authoritative parents discipline to guide and authoritarian parents punish to coerce or control.

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    9 hours ago To cite this Article Takeuchi, M. May and Takeuchi, S. Alexander(2008)'Authoritarian Versus Authoritative Parenting Styles: Application. To link to this Article: DOI: 10.1080/01494920802454090.

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    Why authoritative parenting is the best parenting style?

    This parenting style involves:

    • Having reasonable expectations of their children. ...
    • Understanding every stressful situation does not require parental intervention. ...
    • Learning that falling is normal while kids are young, just like teens need to break up with a girlfriend or boyfriend to appreciate the emotional maturity that lasting relationships require.

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    What is authoritative parenting and how do I do it?

    To avoid a shift, here are different ways to use authoritative parenting:

    • Set clear limits, reasonable expectations, and boundaries.
    • Be consistent when enforcing reasonable consequences.
    • Listen to your child’s perspective on matters.
    • Offer explanations to help your child understand rules or limitations.
    • Encourage independence.
    • Be flexible and adaptable.
    • Respect your child as a person.

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    Which Parenting Type Is Right for You?

    • Authoritative parenting. Many child development specialists consider this the most reasonable and effective form of parenting.
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    How can you become an authoritative parent?

    Here's how.

    • Admit Your Mistakes. The first step is acknowledging your part in the problem, says Brown Braun — to both yourself and to your children.
    • Come Up With A Plan. For me, chores are the hot-button issue. ...
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    • Take Small Steps. ...
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