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Question: How does culture affect parenting style (baumrind)

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Culture plays a major role in determining parenting style, as parents from different cultures tend to use different approaches to parenting. Parenting styles are often influenced by the cultural norms, expectations, and values that the family holds. For example, the authoritative parenting style (Baumrind) is emphasized in some cultures, such as those within the Asian context, whereas the authoritarian parenting style is more common in western cultures. Cultures that value conformity and traditional values tend to encourage authoritarian approaches, while cultures that are more open to change may rely on more authoritative styles. Cultural norms also affect how parents interact with their children, as some cultures may be more authoritative or demanding, while others may be more indulgent and lenient. Each culture has its own unique parenting style, which is shaped both by the values and beliefs of the culture, and by the specific family dynamics within that culture.

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Jan. 25, 2023, 4:20 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 25, 2023