Prior to the middle of this century child-rearing
was considered something of an art.
11) Thus, where employees are allowed to take accrued annual, sick, or personal leave, or leave without pay for reasons that are not job-related, the same type of leave must be granted to employees who wish to remain on leave for child-rearing
purposes, even if that employee is medically able to return to work.
The current child-rearing
benefit system, for families with children of middle school age or younger, is based on a temporary statute valid for one year.
Eighty-three percent of respondents said they think husbands should equally share the child-rearing
and household chores, but 41 percent said they can expect that of their spouses, down by 6 percentage points from the previous survey, the institute said.
Peter Stearns' history of child-rearing
practices in the twentieth century is entitled Anxious Parents, and the title aptly captures the percolating sense among middle-class American parents that their children were subject to increasing pressures and perils.
One way to reduce the "tremendous costs of caregiving" for women is for fathers to share more in child-rearing
In the starvation scenario, one risky circumstance was hatching into a nest where there were no extra adult males pitching in on child-rearing
And you might even have come to believe that child-rearing
, like real estate, is about one important thing: location, location, location.
Sadakazu Tanigaki, president of the main opposition Liberal Democratic Party, criticized Kan's plan, saying, ''The basic structure of the DPJ's manifesto (for last August's election) was that they could acquire funds easily by cutting waste and promised to do this and that such as the child-rearing
allowances without raising the consumption tax in the four years.
This article examines the evolution of American child-rearing
practices through the lens of the famous Curious George children's stories.