AbstractThe topic of this master thesis is to explore the various aspects regarding childrearing process in a new culture and experiences as well as challenges faced by Syrian immigrant parents during childrearing process. The data is collected in Trondheim, Norway, in the spring of 2021 with 12 Syrian immigrant parents who have been living in Norway for 2 to7 years. This master thesis developed through a qualitative approach that used home visits, semi-stretchered interviews and focus group discussion. The thesis presents the main findings of the research results based on the research methods (home visits, focus group discussion and semi- structured interviews) in two analysis chapters (4-5) where the data is collected with 12 Syrian immigrant parents in NorwayThe impact of culture on childrearing practices, parents' thoughts on children's rights and the effects of the majority culture as seen by parents, have been the most important findings from this study. Parents have emphasized the importance of language skills in building good social networks, effective integration, practical cultural competence and making childrearing more practical. Participants see that finding a balance in their parental practices between two cultures has been an important aim.Findings revealed that most of the childrearing practices learnt in their country of origin, Syria, was different and not so useful in their new country. Parents started to change their practices, and cope with the practices and values in Norway, such as discussion with their children, moving from obedience to negotiation in their communication with children.