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parenting

the manner in which the senior managers of a company manage their subordinate companies or business units. Good parenting in the form of dear goals for business unit managers, monitoring of their performance, appropriate rewards and tight financial controls can improve the performance of these business units. See DIVERSIFICATION.
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Occupation, educational, health, nutritional conditions at home, parental education level also seems to determine child's need satisfaction, the child rearing behaviors, the child-rearing practices and parental involvement.
The indicator shows, in a way, how people benefiting from this form of social support perceive the returning to the labour market before the end of the granted child rearing leave.
Glasgow, Dornbach, Troyer, Stinberg and Ritter studied the relationship between child rearing approaches and educational findings among adolescents and youth.
This model is in stark contrast to the trait-like approach purported by Steinberg, Lamborn, Dornbusch and Darling (1992).These researchers retain that child rearing reflects recurrent patterns across time and situation, and that parenting style reflects the 'season's average' of child-parent interactions, not individual interactions per se.
Sensibility played an enormous role in proper child rearing, considered crucial to molding American citizens.
Block (political science, DePaul U.) offers an intriguing study of the development of individual and civic identity in a liberal American context, exploring the methodologies of child rearing and education in the country's early years and evaluating the effects of twentieth-century variations in educational and family norms on modern trends in the definition of citizenship and social cohesion.
The report by USDA's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion notes that family income affects child rearing costs.
The key to our humanity, says the author, was group child rearing also called cooperative breeding or " allocare".
These can include recently arrived migrants and refugees, women returning to the labour force after a period of child rearing, and youth.
There have been tremendous strides made in the area of child development in the past 30 years, and the emphasis on child rearing has shifted from a parent-centered to a child-centered approach.
Several Olson-esque offspring raised issues of misunderstood child rearing messages while culturati pondered the problems of how to buy into the abundance of the authentic.
Pet insurance provider Petplan said a study of 100 customers showed some people had the same approach to pet ownership as child rearing.

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