Parenting In Different Countries

Expectation Of Parents

The Expectation that parents have in Japan is they are very supportive so children succeed an they pressure their children.

The Difference in each countries

-In Japan the kids only get to spend 3 hours with their father.

-Schools are more strict than their parents.

-The kids spend more time with their friends more than they do their parents.

-Japan encourage them to develop dependence on parents.

-In the United States the parents take care of there kids an in the Polynesian Island children take of other children.

The Similarities In other countries

-Japan and the United States both think that education is important to the children

-Fathers are hard workers

-Mothers usually stay at home

-Children are expected to live at home until they graduate

-Don't spank their children in public

-Setting responsible limits on children's behavior and supporting children in making decisions on their own had positive effect on children and their emotional functions

-They both show affection toward children

-Schools important to both

Parenting Style most often used

Most parents learn parenting practices from their own parents. In the Unites States parents are usually permissive, which means they aren't as strict as other countries an they let their kids have some say so and let them have an opinion. Other countries usually seem to be democratic, which means they're strict and they don't let their child have a say so or an opinion on what happens or what rules there should be


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Common rules all parents use

1) Don't talk to strangers

2) Keep your hands and objects to yourself

3) Be home by curfew

4) Do your chores

5) No name calling

6) Say where your going before you leave

how parenting is viewed

Nobody really knows what they're doing. Parents believe that their choices carve out their children's future. When mothers were asked who they went to for parenting advice, they named friends, books, and websites. None named their own mothers.