The following studies thatwere conducted by different researchers regarding the behavioral effects ofparenting styles to children are considered relevant to the present study. Theresearchers noticed similarities and differences of the study that can be abasis to support the current study. Bean et al. (2006)expressed that behavioral control is the way guardians deal with their kids’ conductfit as a fiddle the kids’ capacity. Besides, Belsky (2005) saidin his examination that child rearing style is a determinant factor inyoungster improvement.
It influences mental and social working of theyoungsters. Child rearing style is generally influenced by the impact of one’sown folks. Disposition, instructive accomplishment, culture, financial statusand the impact of their mate influences child rearing style also. Dispositionof the parent and the youngster influences style of child rearing, and themother and father may contrast in style also. Furthermore, Cole et al.(2005) stated in their study that the parents’ strictness greatly affects thepersonality and behavior of their children. The need to meet the highexpectation of parents is the reason why they need to do well.
Most of them areunhappy and has no confidence in themselves because they are always told what to do. This makes thechildren less likely to do things alone, so they tend to ask others for theright decision. Hoeve et al. (2009) foundthat permissive parents develop a close relationship with their children bygiving them less demands and showing them love and care. They do not usestrictness in parenting instead they want their children to feel free toapproach them anytime.
But they can control them.As indicated by aninvestigation directed by Joseph et al. (2008), great child rearing is childrearing that gets ready youngsters to meet the requests of the particularculture or subculture in which they live. We can in any case make a fewdeterminations about the elements of good child rearing that will apply in manysettings.
We can go far in understanding which child rearing styles arecompelling to set up the youngsters to meet the general public. Leim et al. (2010) alsofound for a bit of similar question as Cole et al and hypothesized that a child who had experienced the need to achieve thehigh standards of their parents during their childhood shows the depressionsymptoms in their young adulthood. They concluded that whatever the type ofparenting used it has a big impact on the thinking of the child that is alignedwith their hypothesis.
According to Marsiglia etal. (2007), permissive parents give their children freedom as a hope that theywill develop a closer relationship with them. They want their kids to feel freeto be what they want in life without being interrupted by their parents.A study conducted byMilevsky et al.
(2008) concluded that children who have been raised byauthoritative parents to have higher scores on life satisfaction. Lifesatisfaction was measured by asking the participants to respond to the Likertscale from 1 to 7, where 1 represented being extremely dissatisfied and 7 beingextremely satisfied. Thus we can see that there tends to be a high correlationbetween authoritative parenting and life satisfaction amongst children.Myers-Walls et al.
(2006)guided their examination and they found that as kids move into school,associate and group settings, the parent-youngster relationship change. Latechanges in the family –, for example, high rates of separation, maternalbusiness – can have positive and in addition negative impacts on youngsters.As they grow up they beginto do things that their parents have to deal with. They begin to forget thereal purpose of things such as the use of internet and gadgets. They are alsoat the stage where they start to have peers where they obtain most of theirinfluence. This greatly affects their relationship with their parents as theirattention goes to other things. Parents must also deal with their children ifthey get into any bad situation like getting pregnant, being abused,irresponsible and influenced by illegal substance.
Many people think thatAuthoritative is best for the child’s development, but due to these culturaland societal changes, parenting style may be different. In accordance to thepresent study, Timpano (2010) stated that parents support their kids needs andwishes. They let them do what they desired to do.Children do not considertheir controlling parents as people that they should follow. They more likelyto avoid what their parents want for them.
They do not want to be controlled(Trinkner et al.,2012).