Arlie Hochschild (2003) claims that a person’s class standing affects how they parent their children. This study was performed to determine if a culture affects parenting styles, with a fixed lens on Latinx parents, to see if the parenting styles are similar to those of working-class parents. Through sociological introspection, it was found that the parenting styles of Latinx and working-class parents are fairly similar, therefore showing that culture is another aspect that can affect parenting styles.


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