Understanding Abusive Parents

STUDY OF FAMILY INTERACTION LEAD TO NEW UNDERSTANDING OF ABUSIVEPARENTS Researchers at the University of Toronto have taken important steps toward producing a profile of an abusive parent. Prof. Gary Walters and doctoral student Lynn Oldershaw of the Department of Psychology have developed a system to characterize parents who physically abuse their children.Thiscould ultimately allow […]

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ATIONSHIPSPARENTS’ DIRECT INVOLVEMENT IN ADOLESCENTS’ PEER RELATIONSHIPS One of the ways in which parents play a critical role in their sons’ and daughters’ social development is by encouraging their interactions with other youth; in this way parents provide opportunities for girls and boys to develop social cognitive and relationship formation skills (Ladd, Profilet, & Hart, […]

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Same Sex Parents

Same Sex Parents “Whatever the final equation of factors influencing sexual orientation and identity, there’s an immediate implication for the increasing number of gays and lesbians forming families” (Of Boys 27). Today, many gays and lesbians are out of the closet and they are not afraid of facing society with what many people consider abnormal […]

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Parents affect on their childrens sporting lives

Parents have a great affect on their children. Parents like their kids to be involved in many different activities to make the child a well rounded person. Sports is a main activity that parents get their children involved in. Sports develops character, as well as discipline, self respect, etc Sometimes parents don’t realize that even […]

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Marriage leads to parenthood. This is the primary purpose of marriage that children are generated and cared for. Children are really the supreme gift of marriage and contribute very substantially to the welfare of their parents. There was a time before the advent of contraceptives when parenthood means simply providing food, clothing, shelter and education […]

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Behavior of Children of Parents in Prison

This paper shall discuss about the impact of incarcerated parents upon their children, and the chances of these juveniles to commit antisocial behavior within their lifetime. Usually children with incarcerated parents often live in homes plagued by poverty, substance abuse or violence before arrests occur, but having a parent in prison adds several complicating factors […]

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Compare and contrast (morality) between single-parents child and two parents child

In 2002, the Bush administration proposed to include in its budget funds to promote marriage in legislation in extending the welfare reform act. Such move has brought into focus the question as to whether getting parents to marry the answer to the difficulties that children in single-parent families face. Accordingly, advocates of marriage claim that […]

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Developing parent outreach

I picked this article because it proves to be very relevant today. Nowadays, parents often face daunting barriers as they try to become informed and involved in their child’s academic performance in school. These barriers include inability to understand English, unfamiliarity with the school system, differences in cultural norms and cultural capital. While research supports […]

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Parents are the best teachers

Parents play an important and influential role in our growth. They are also our first teachers in our lives. As a part of growing up, our parents taught us basic manners. It required great patience for our parents to bring us up because of our different personalities. They also play a very active part in […]

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Filipinos are typically family-oriented. Parents and children uphold the family tradition of strong family ties and adhere to the teachings of the Church regarding to families. The greatest impact of migration is experienced in the family. Arguelles, et al. (2004) said that the family is the heart and the center of the Filipinos. It is […]

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