Permissive Parenting Style Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… These children usually have higher self-esteem and lower levels of anxiety and depressions. The parents provide higher responsiveness to their children with a lower demand. Children with permissive parenting style often have better social skills compared to other children with other parenting styles. However, these children are more prone to problem behavior, such as taking drugs etc. meaning they have lower peer resistance. Additionally, such children usually do not do so well in school. Additionally, permissive parenting often results in lower cognitive ability results from the children. Hein & Lewko (1994) stated that children with permissive parenting styles had lower interpersonal relationships with their parents, peers etc. These children end up having problems with controlling their behavior later on in lives. Moreover, they have little gratitude towards others. The child usually ends up with lower maturity level as opposed to kids with other parenting styles. It is said that all children want to have boundaries and rules to lead them. However, when parents do not provide those rules it results in a child leading himself which is unhelpful for the child and may lead to undesirable outcomes. Also, when those children grow up they often feel resentment towards their parents for not leading them in the right direction and …show more content…
Usually when collecting this type of data the researcher often turns out to have bias information because they often look at the situation from one perspective. Additionally, the study groups sometimes may not be enough to represent the whole population. The analysis of the findings usually ends up being altered in some way by the researcher because of their subjective point of view. In my research I will try to reduce the amount of bias by trying to look at the situation from different perspectives. I have to look at the situation from a general point rather than try to see or get the results that I want to see. Additionally, case studies, surveys or any types of observations have to be agreed with the person being investigated in …show more content…
The topics examined in such research are usually risky or threatening in some way. The risks that exist in such researches are usually loss of confidentiality about the identity of the participants or the information; also sometimes not only the actual participants are involved in the research but third parties too. All of those factors put individuals being investigated at risk. Additionally, the research may trigger some negative emotional reactions from the participants’ side. Such researches may also be socially risky. For example if the topic is related to some illegal behavior then prior to conducting the research it has to be approved by the

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