The Influence of Parenting Patterns on Independence and Emotions in Early Children


  • Tisal Sabarna Harahap
  • Nisrina Attila Aini Nur


Emotions, Independence, Parenting styles


This research aims to determine the influence of parenting styles on the independence and emotions of young children. This type of research is quantitative research using data collection carried out in natural conditions, accurate sources and data using interviews and documentation to obtain data in the research. The research results show that one way is to develop aspects of independence, because this will make children responsible for their needs and foster self-confidence. Supervision is very strict and limited because early childhood is still relatively small. If the child does not want to follow what his parents say. Where every parent has a different type of educating their children, especially when it comes to punishing their children. One example of a child parenting style is democratic. One of the factors is the parenting style applied by parents. With a good parenting style, you can develop the character of independence in young children, namely with a democratic parenting style. Children who are raised by their parents with a democratic parenting style are children who are independent with encouragement from family members so that the role of parents is very influential in early childhood development.




How to Cite

Sabarna Harahap, T., & Aini Nur, N. A. (2023). The Influence of Parenting Patterns on Independence and Emotions in Early Children . International Journal of Students Education, 1(2), 217–220. Retrieved from