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Exploring Parental Discipline in Child Education and Behaviour Maintenance: A Review
Ratnesh Kumar Jain, Dr. Manisha Pandey
This review abstract delves into the pivotal role of parental disciplining practices in the context of child education and behaviour maintenance. In today's complex educational landscape, the significance of parental involvement cannot be overstated. We examine how various disciplinary approaches, such as positive reinforcement, setting boundaries, and effective communication, contribute to fostering discipline among children.Through a comprehensive analysis of existing literature, this review sheds light on the multifaceted effects of parental discipline on children's academic performance and social development. It also highlights the potential long-term impacts on their character formation.we explore the ethical considerations associated with disciplinary practices, emphasizing the importance of a balanced approach that respects children's autonomy and dignity. This abstract provides a concise overview of the intricate interplay between parental disciplining practices, education, and the maintenance of discipline among children, offering valuable insights for parents, educators, and policymakers alike.
This review abstract delves into the pivotal role of parental disciplining practices in the context of child education and behaviour maintenance. In today's complex educational landscape, the significance of parental involvement cannot be overstated.
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