Critical Review on Different Parenting Style and Psycho-Social Characteristics among Adolescents
A parent's parenting style is characterized as a combination of their attitudes and behaviors towards their children, as well as the emotional environment in which those behaviors are exhibited. Adolescence is a crucial developmental stage during which parents and children must reevaluate their interactions. The phrase "psychosocial traits" refers to how social variables affect a person's behavior and mental health. The relationship between intrapersonal psychological factors and external factors is a component of a psychosocial approach to human behavior. The conventional definition of psychosocial features is the psychological growth of a person in connection to his or her social and cultural surroundings. In this article, critical review on different parenting style and psycho-social characteristics among adolescents has been discussed.