Culture Of Parenting Essay

A parent’s involvement in their child’s education can greatly shape how their child does throughout their schooling career, as well as beyond into the workplace. Whether the parents are too deeply involved by becoming a ‘helicopter parent’, or the parent isn’t involved at all and does very little to participate in any aspect of their child’s education. At what point does becoming too involved or having no involvement at all affect the child on a scholastic level? And does the difference of location and parenting style have any affect on the child? Parenting styles in North America and Southeast Asia can be very different from one another, leading to our differences in worldview, parenting, and culture.
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Parental involvement in North America comes in many forms, which range from a parent becoming completely absent all the way to the stereotypical helicopter parents. Many parents believe that their own involvement in the child’s life will shape their child into what they view as the perfect student. Some parents may also make sure that their children fulfill certain aspects of life that they never
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An issue with the ability to choose their schools is the way the parents evaluate and respond to the educational reforms. While it is a better for the parent to choose between competing schools, their choices and preferences can be closely associated with their own socio-economic backgrounds (Oshio, Sano, Ueno & Mino, 2010). With the competition growing in making sure students are going to the best senior high schools, parents are becoming more critical and dissatisfied with both the school system as well as the teachers (Oshio, Sano, Ueno & Mino,

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