Westernise Indian Parenting Style for A Crime Free Society – A Case Study Analysis

Dr.P. Anitha and G. Denish Dhivyan

The Indian society housing a parenting style were culture and society whisk with their own culture class, caste and religion. Indian’s heritage were more of musing a lifestyle what our fore fathers loomed around. Though westernisation, globalisation and media stain the lifestyle of the individual, still parenting have no great scope of raising the Indian adolescent students to be a globally competent individuals within the family. The researcher conducted a quantitative analyse on learning the emotional maturity and social maturity of adolescent college students in colleges of Tiruchirappalli District, a city in Tamilnadu, South India. The result perceived was that more than half of the individuals perceived a low score in emotional and social maturity which made the researcher to learn the fact existing behind the low perceivers and reason what the reality is. On this regard one case study was initiated and the findings reflected the influencing factors of low emotional and social maturity. Thus a raw parenting that carried over from ancient or conventional series that keeps the family isolated from the social maturity and segregate the adolescent aged children an alien appearance and a controversial junk. To break this ice the study show cause the means and ways things can change to emulate a productive childhood tutoring right from the family.

Volume 11 | 09-Special Issue

Pages: 942-948

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11/20192654