Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 7(10B), pp. 53 - 57
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071811
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The Influence of Styles of Family Education on Emotional-volitional Sphere of the Senior Preschool Children


Natalya N. Doronina , Elena I. Ziborova , Igor A. Kucheryavenko *, Olga E. Panich , Maria A. Reznichenko , Sergey V. Shkilev
Belgorod State University, Russia

ABSTRACT

The article discusses the style of family education as its most important characteristic, the most inherent ways of attitude of parents to a child, using certain means and methods of pedagogical influence, which are expressed in a peculiar manner of verbal circulation and interaction. The formation of his/her emotional-volitional sphere will depend on these methods of parental influence on a child. When studying the style of parental education, it was revealed that fathers, unlike mothers, more frequently use the authoritarian style of family education, manifested in unreasonable demands, rigor, and lack of cooperation in the education of a child. Mothers tend to include in relation to older preschoolers a liberal style of family education, which is manifested in reduced demands, control, and emotional acceptance of the child by the parent and cooperation.

KEYWORDS
Parent-Child Relationships, Family Education Style, Emotional-volitional Sphere of Senior Preschoolers

Cite this paper
Natalya N. Doronina , Elena I. Ziborova , Igor A. Kucheryavenko , Olga E. Panich , Maria A. Reznichenko , Sergey V. Shkilev . "The Influence of Styles of Family Education on Emotional-volitional Sphere of the Senior Preschool Children." Universal Journal of Educational Research 7.10B (2019) 53 - 57. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071811.