PSY 3

 This a 200 level PSY college course. Please read the directions. 

 

Critical Thinking

Common Parenting Situations

 

Below is a list of situations that parents work through every day. Resolve these problems using a particular parenting style, such as authoritarian, permissive-indulgent, authoritative. You have to use each parenting style at least once. Each style would handle the situation differently.

 

       Your 9-year-old and your 11-year-old want to play PlayStation games all the time.

      Parenting style:

      What would you do?

 

       The fifth-grade math teacher sends a note home saying that your child rarely does his homework and is easily distracted in class.

            Parenting style:

            What would you do?

 

       Your 10-year-old daughter wants to know why you won’t let her wear makeup, hip-hugging jeans, crop tops, and earrings. She says all her friends do.

      Parenting style:

      What would you do?

 

       You find out that your sixth grader has removed a couple of cans of beer from your refrigerator.

                  Parenting style:

                  What would you do?

 

       Your third grader and peers seem to delight in sprinkling their conversation with an assortment of swearwords.

      Parenting style:

      What would you do?

 

       Your fourth grader starts to insist that she will wear only certain expensive brands of jeans, shoes, and tops, and they are so expensive that your budget could not afford much.

      Parenting style:

      What would you do?

 

       Your second grader insists he doesn’t need a baby-sitter anymore.

      Parenting style:

      What would you do?

 

       Your sixth grader thinks she is old enough to date and is interested in a ninth-grade guy.

Parenting style:

What would you do?

 

 

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