THR the norm that children ought to show deference to their parents
In the status quo, children are expected to show deference to their parents in two ways. First, they defer to their parents' opinions/preferences (e.g. prioritising academics over extra-curricular activities, choice of friends) instead of disobeying. Second, they are expected to be deferential in the way they interact with their parents (e.g. not talking back, being overtly respectful).
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