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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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Glasgow, Dornbach, Troyer, Stinberg and Ritter studied the relationship between child rearing approaches and educational findings among adolescents and youth.
Maintaining that the interaction of child and parent characteristics is paramount in child rearing, the child-effect model researched by Bell and Chapman (1986) stipulates child-rearing practices may change or be amended due to factors including parents' age, children's age, and child gender (Dix, Ruble & Zambarano, 1989; Fagot & Kavanaugh, 1993).
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.
16) In response, the Japanese government set as one of its four major objectives for the "21st Century Healthy and Happy Family" (17) to promote the healthy psychological development of children and alleviate parents' anxiety in relation to child rearing.
Still longer increases would necessitate a shift in our view of lifecycle events such as education (which may occur periodically throughout life), marriage, child rearing, and suicide.
I don't have to spend my hard-earned money on child rearing, and this is nothing to be "ashamed of.
2) While effeminate or unmanly boys were not artifacts of the twentieth century, the meaning attached to them shifted in conjunction with the politics of masculinity and transformations in child rearing, gender socialization, and the new sciences of human development.
Baseline self-efficacy was not a significant predictor of changes in child rearing, but the baseline child rearing measure was.
What they probably do not know is that Watson was also the author of Psychological Care of Infant and Child and a popular expert on child rearing.
Mgrdichian and Abajian conceived the project two years ago as they learned the ropes of child rearing firsthand.
For a study that focuses on women's gambling beliefs and activities, and the impact on their family life and child rearing practice, including women gamblers in general and minority women gamblers.

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