Impact of the Emerging Child Rearing Practices on the Child's Behaviour when both Parents Are Present

20 Pages Posted: 25 Jul 2021

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Shiela Rose Ann Balangue

University of the Cordilleras

Shannia Brineth Bandao

University of the Cordilleras

Jocelyn Bolos Benter

Bulacan State University

Micah Bulao

University of the Cordilleras

Robino D. Cawi

University of the Cordilleras

Jessa Dulnuan

University of the Cordilleras

Keziah Nicole Fernandez

University of the Cordilleras

Norvie Logronio

University of the Cordilleras

Karen Paliha

University of the Cordilleras

Andrew Sinabutar

University of the Cordilleras

Date Written: July 2, 2021

Abstract

Child-rearing practices have been a constant in a child’s life. The way children are brought up could have a purposeful impact on their lives, in how they carry themselves, and in their behavior. Parental guidance and the lack of the same could influence the child’s behavior, one which could either bring up a child into the law-abiding citizen that he/she is expected to be or to plunge them into a life of deviancy. Unfortunately, there are those children who chose to swerve from normalcy. During the study, the researchers were able to find out the causes of the respondents’ behaviors and the roles of their parents in their lives. There was a big revelation once the study was finalized. The objective of the study is to verify if the parents had an important role in a child’s deviant behavior. The study used quantitative analysis, specifically the document analysis method. Further, an informal interview was conducted, wherein general questions about the children were pointed towards the present caretaker, and a questionnaire was never used. The data gathered were analyzed using the quantitative content analysis method. As a result, there was no difference as to children who are deviant because of lack of both parental figures, and those children who have both parental figures. Moreover, it was concluded that a child’s behavior can depend on the environment and not solely on the influence of their parents over them.

Keywords: Child, Children, Parents, Child Rearing, Behaviour

Suggested Citation

Balangue, Shiela Rose Ann and Bandao, Shannia Brineth and Benter, Jocelyn Bolos and Bulao, Micah and Cawi, Robino and Dulnuan, Jessa and Fernandez, Keziah Nicole and Logronio, Norvie and Paliha, Karen and Sinabutar, Andrew, Impact of the Emerging Child Rearing Practices on the Child's Behaviour when both Parents Are Present (July 2, 2021). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3878593 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3878593

Shiela Rose Ann Balangue

University of the Cordilleras

Governor Pack Road, Baguio City
Baguio City, Benguet 2600
Philippines

Shannia Brineth Bandao

University of the Cordilleras ( email )

Philippines

Jocelyn Bolos Benter (Contact Author)

Bulacan State University ( email )

Guinhawa
Guinahwa
Malolos, Bulacan 3000
Philippines
09066726319 (Phone)

Micah Bulao

University of the Cordilleras

Governor Pack Road, Baguio City
Baguio City, Benguet 2600
Philippines

Robino Cawi

University of the Cordilleras

Governor Pack Road, Baguio City
Baguio City, Benguet 2600
Philippines

Jessa Dulnuan

University of the Cordilleras

Governor Pack Road, Baguio City
Baguio City, Benguet 2600
Philippines

Keziah Nicole Fernandez

University of the Cordilleras ( email )

Philippines

Norvie Logronio

University of the Cordilleras

Governor Pack Road, Baguio City
Baguio City, Benguet 2600
Philippines

Karen Paliha

University of the Cordilleras

Governor Pack Road, Baguio City
Baguio City, Benguet 2600
Philippines

Andrew Sinabutar

University of the Cordilleras

Governor Pack Road, Baguio City
Baguio City, Benguet 2600
Philippines

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