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This is what they want the nuclear family to get completely corrupted and destroyed so they can control the masses.
That's why they have these silly laws in place. Look at this quarrel between a son and his father. Absolutely no respect towards his father. I mean why should he? Most of those values are from the Bible which Western civilization was built on, but this NWO intends to steer people away from God and make children more caasi and communities and families less cohesive so they are more easy to control.

 

VixR

Veritas
That’s part of growing up lol. If your kid is so scared of you they can’t face their parents who actually give a shit about them, how are they gonna face a world that doesn’t?

The autonomy and growth of permissive-authoritative style parenting is way better than iron-fist authoritarianism. He’s gonna face consequences by that father, but it’s not gonna be something that breaks his spirit.

Notice how the common outcomes for authoritarian parenting are low self-esteem and delinquency.

https://www.parentingforbrain.com/4-baumrind-parenting-styles/
 

Abdullnur

Logic over everything
This is what they want the nuclear family to get completely corrupted and destroyed so they can control the masses.
That's why they have these silly laws in place. Look at this quarrel between a son and his father. Absolutely no respect towards his father. I mean why should he? Most of those values are from the Bible which Western civilization was built on, but this NWO intends to steer people away from God and make children more caasi and communities and families less cohesive so they are more easy to control.


So what he should stone him or bury him up to his neck.
That's not a child anymore .if he is over 18 the father can kick him out.

This the consequence of freedom some make it and some fall of to the way side. But I definitely applaud his reaction to this situation and how a "muslim" father would react.
 
That’s part of growing up lol. If your kid is so scared of you they can’t face their parents who actually give a shit about them, how are they gonna face a world that doesn’t?

The autonomy and growth of permissive-authoritative style parenting is way better than iron-fist authoritarianism. He’s gonna face consequences by that father, but it’s not gonna be something that breaks his spirit.

Notice how the common outcomes for authoritarian parenting are low self-esteem and delinquency.

https://www.parentingforbrain.com/4-baumrind-parenting-styles/
Favorable outcomes of the authoritative parenting style are consistent with Caucasian samples, but there's limited published empirical research investigating the relationship between authoritarian parenting styles and adolescent adjustment outcomes using Asian or non-Caucasian samples.

This study shows that autorotate parenting style is not universally associated with negative adolescent outcomes.

"The authoritarian parenting style has acquired a negative connotation in Western literature, primarily because of the negative child and adolescent outcomes frequently associated with it. Parenting styles among Asian parents (in particular, Chinese parents) have been variously described as “authoritarian”, “controlling”, “restrictive” and “hostile” (Lin & Fu, 1990; Steinberg, Dornbusch, & Brown, 1992). Scoring high on authoritarianism may have different meanings and implications for Asians than for Caucasians due to their different cultural systems. For Caucasians, “strictness” may be equated with negative characteristics such as parental hostility, aggression and dominance, but for Asians, “strictness” and some aspects of “control” may be equated with positive characteristics such as parental concern, caring or involvement (Chao, 1994; Lau & Cheung, 1987). Chao (1994) introduced the notion of chiao shun or “training” which emphasizes the importance of parental control and monitoring of children’s behaviors, while providing parental involvement, concern and support. Training emphasizes obedience, self-discipline, and the need to do well in school. The notion of training overlaps somewhat with Baumrind’s authoritarian parenting style which may explain why Chinese and other Asians and Asian Americans score high on the authoritarian parenting style. The notion of guan is also important to understand in the context of parenting. Tobin, Wu, and Davidson (1989) explained that the term guan literally means “to govern”, and further explained that the term has a positive connotation in China because it can mean “to care for”, “to love”, as well as “to govern”. Hence, “control” and “governance” not only have very positive connotations for Asians, they are also regarded as role requirements of responsible parents and teachers. Given the possibility of authoritarian parenting style having different meanings for different cultural groups, it is not surprising then that authoritarian parenting style has been associated with both positive and negative adolescent adjustment outcomes."

"In some studies employing non-Caucasian samples, beneficial effects of authoritarian parenting have been documented. For example, Baumrind (1972) found a positive relationship between authoritarian parenting style and independence / self-assertiveness in a sample of African-American children. Similarly, Gonzalez, Greenwood, and Hsu (2001) found mother’s authoritarianism to be related to mastery orientation (defined as seeking challenges, persisting in the face of difficulty, competent and self-reliant) among AfricanAmerican undergraduate students."

"Authoritarian parenting style could possibly have a different cultural meaning for individuals who are not of European descent, hence it is not associated with solely negative adolescent outcomes. In fact, both positive and negative adolescent outcomes have been found, and this study using cluster analysis, confirmed a twocluster typology which predicted meaningful differences in Singapore."

"The results provided some support that adolescents who perceived their parents’ style of parenting as authoritarian are not a homogeneous group. Consistent with the literature, an authoritarian parenting style is not universally associated with negative personal, social and school-related adolescent outcomes, especially with Asian samples."

Download the pdf for the study here
 

VixR

Veritas
Favorable outcomes of the authoritative parenting style are consistent with Caucasian samples, but there's limited published empirical research investigating the relationship between authoritarian parenting styles and adolescent adjustment outcomes using Asian or non-Caucasian samples.

This study shows that autorotate parenting style is not universally associated with negative adolescent outcomes.

"The authoritarian parenting style has acquired a negative connotation in Western literature, primarily because of the negative child and adolescent outcomes frequently associated with it. Parenting styles among Asian parents (in particular, Chinese parents) have been variously described as “authoritarian”, “controlling”, “restrictive” and “hostile” (Lin & Fu, 1990; Steinberg, Dornbusch, & Brown, 1992). Scoring high on authoritarianism may have different meanings and implications for Asians than for Caucasians due to their different cultural systems. For Caucasians, “strictness” may be equated with negative characteristics such as parental hostility, aggression and dominance, but for Asians, “strictness” and some aspects of “control” may be equated with positive characteristics such as parental concern, caring or involvement (Chao, 1994; Lau & Cheung, 1987). Chao (1994) introduced the notion of chiao shun or “training” which emphasizes the importance of parental control and monitoring of children’s behaviors, while providing parental involvement, concern and support. Training emphasizes obedience, self-discipline, and the need to do well in school. The notion of training overlaps somewhat with Baumrind’s authoritarian parenting style which may explain why Chinese and other Asians and Asian Americans score high on the authoritarian parenting style. The notion of guan is also important to understand in the context of parenting. Tobin, Wu, and Davidson (1989) explained that the term guan literally means “to govern”, and further explained that the term has a positive connotation in China because it can mean “to care for”, “to love”, as well as “to govern”. Hence, “control” and “governance” not only have very positive connotations for Asians, they are also regarded as role requirements of responsible parents and teachers. Given the possibility of authoritarian parenting style having different meanings for different cultural groups, it is not surprising then that authoritarian parenting style has been associated with both positive and negative adolescent adjustment outcomes."

"In some studies employing non-Caucasian samples, beneficial effects of authoritarian parenting have been documented. For example, Baumrind (1972) found a positive relationship between authoritarian parenting style and independence / self-assertiveness in a sample of African-American children. Similarly, Gonzalez, Greenwood, and Hsu (2001) found mother’s authoritarianism to be related to mastery orientation (defined as seeking challenges, persisting in the face of difficulty, competent and self-reliant) among AfricanAmerican undergraduate students."

"Authoritarian parenting style could possibly have a different cultural meaning for individuals who are not of European descent, hence it is not associated with solely negative adolescent outcomes. In fact, both positive and negative adolescent outcomes have been found, and this study using cluster analysis, confirmed a twocluster typology which predicted meaningful differences in Singapore."

"The results provided some support that adolescents who perceived their parents’ style of parenting as authoritarian are not a homogeneous group. Consistent with the literature, an authoritarian parenting style is not universally associated with negative personal, social and school-related adolescent outcomes, especially with Asian samples."

Download the pdf for the study here
It looks like Authoritarianism works in tandem with the different cultural understanding of the actions the parent is displaying (due to the different cultural interpretation of them), but that would have to be in the backdrop of their own [Asian] country, and I doubt it applies to Western raised Asians whose parents are more authoritaritative.

In the Western landscape, where the child is ultimately more exposed to the Western culture and only to a limited extent their parents’ culture, the way they interpret the parents’ action would no longer be in line with it’s [Asian] cultural interpretation.

It would explain why culturally authoritarian peoples who settle in the West aren’t having the same level of positive outcome in keeping with that parenting style outside its cultural context. The “stuff”/characteristics your child needs to succeed are different here, and you didn’t adapt to the child’s new cultural interpretation of your actions, hence the outcomes (delinquency, low self-esteem) now apply to the child.
 
It looks like Authoritarianism works in tandem with the different cultural understanding of the actions the parent is displaying (due to the different cultural interpretation of them), but that would have to be in the backdrop of their own [Asian] country, and I doubt it applies to Western raised Asians whose parents are more authoritaritative.

In the Western landscape, where the child is ultimately more exposed to the Western culture and only to a limited extent to their parents’ culture, the way they interpret the parents’ action would no longer be in line with it’s [Asian] cultural interpretation.
Yh, you're correct.

And I want to randomly remind you that despite your talents, there's always an Asian better. :dead:
 
This morning, I've seen a white kid 14-15 in a school uniform kiss his dad on the cheeks when he exited the train and told him, "have a nice day dad, I love you." Different strokes for different people.
 

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