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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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Arriving in the republican special boarding school No 4 for physically disabled children, and deprived of parental care in Shuvalan settlement, Vice-President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation Leyla Aliyeva met with children, and viewed conditions created for them here.
The study published in the journal 'Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences', looked at the parental care of over 1000 species of frogs and toads and found those that reproduced on land invested more time and effort looking after their offspring.
"The development of alternative family forms of childcare will allow for proper care for children left without parental care, including children whose parents are in migration," she said.
SOS Children's Villages in Sri Lanka is an organization that provides alternative care for children who have lost parental care in Sri Lanka.
In the autumn of 2018, military investigators also took patronage over the regional state institution "Center for the promotion of family arrangements for orphans and children left without parental care, the city of the Big Stone."
Al Ain: Dar Zayed for Family Care (DZFC) has launched 21 initiatives and events for orphans and children without parental care on the occasion of Ramadan.
Allieu explained, 'UNICEF reports that there are about 220 million children without parental care or at risk of losing it who live in extremely disadvantaged circumstances worldwide.
The Muharraq Elderly Day Care Home's Supervisor Yahya Al-Mehzaa' welcomed the visitors to Muharraq Parental Care Home and presented to them some of its activities and programmes offered to its beneficiaries.
Recent theoretical work has suggested that parental care, sexually-selected traits, and life-history characteristics are expected to co-evolve with one another, and such research has highlighted a need for more studies that focus on the interactions among these traits.
Childcare choices covaried with household SES, with children from higher SES homes more likely to participate in center-based care, whereas children from lower SES homes were more likely to spend time in informal care or parental care. More time in center-based care was associated with higher amounts and stability of peer contact.
Recent theoretical models suggest that if male parental care is costly, then males that have been cuckolded should reduce or eliminate their parental assistance (Whittingham et al.
Clutch size in spiders is correlated with sociality (Kullman 1972, Smith 1982), parental care (Buskirk 1981), and foraging pattern (Enders 1976).

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