Authoritarian Child-Rearing Style

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After reading Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, the author goes on to tell how parenting can sometimes be a difficult thing depending on the background of which the child has grew up in. The article also goes on to depict how a child growing up with a different culture could have a authoritarian child-rearing style, where the parent tells the child exactly what to do and make the decisions for their child. This parenting style could result in the child not getting as much freedom as another child from a different child who grew up in a totally different background. For example, a child who grew up in the United States, could have a parent who follows the authoritative child-rearing style to where the can be strict but lenient towards their child

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