Attitude Towards Children Essays and Term Papers

  • Western European Attitudes Towards Children

    "How were western European attitudes toward children during the 1750-1900?" The western European attitudes toward children and child rearing were that they had trained and disciplined the children within the home setting. Which make their home life and their economic life the same? In the 1830, the...

      435 Words | 2 Pages   Tags: Family, Employment, Working time, Child labour

  • An investigation into attitude toward television among children

    An investigation into attitude toward television among children OMAR ALALI 2004 Abstract: This study was conducted to find out the effect of amusing and entertaining programs on time spent watching TV amongst children. The research was done through data was collected from 96 cases (38 male and 58...

      2243 Words | 9 Pages   Tags: Analysis of variance, Adolescence, Gender

  • Young childrens attitudes towards cross-gender play and toys.

    Young children's attitudes toward cross-gender typed toys were measured in this experiment. Due to the fact that, children are receptive to societal pressures at a young age, two experiments were conducted to test whether or not gender specific toys influenced both boys and girls.. In the first experiment...

      1609 Words | 5 Pages   Tags: Gender role, Gender, Stereotype, Conformity

  • Attitude Toward Women

    suggestion and continues on with his story about him being fine while driving and observing the scenery. That conversation brings a dismissive attitude towards Linda. She does everything she can to fulfill her husband’s needs, yet she doesn’t receive the same treatment. Linda seems to be accepting of...

      944 Words | 3 Pages   Tags: Death of a Salesman

  • Attitude Towards an Advertisement

    Attitude towards an Advertisement: Creating Otherness In an image conscious world, advertising can have severe affects on certain areas of society. Flashy advertisements that catch the eye of an individual are ones that most commonly succeed in promoting products. In particular, children are the...

      547 Words | 3 Pages   Tags: Advertising

  • Generational Attitudes Toward Behavior

    alongside men. Baby Boomers value personal growth, hard work, individuality, and equality of the sexes. They question authority and have led a trend toward less-hierarchical work structures. They have had smaller families and enjoyed affluent lifestyles that led to their being labeled the "McGeneration...

      564 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Consumer attitude towards counterfeiting

    Volume 7, Issue 1, Spring2011 Consumer Attitudes toward Counterfeit Fashion Products: Does Gender Matter? Jason M. Carpenter, Assistant Professor Department of Retailing University of South Carolina jcarpent@mailbox.sc.edu Karen Lear, Instructor Department of Retailing University of South Carolina ...

      4131 Words | 27 Pages   Tags: Reliability (psychometrics), Educational attainment in the United States, Counterfeit, Correlation and dependence

  • Attitudes Towards Cultural Differences

    Attitudes towards Cultural Differences Between the Company and the Foreign Cultures Shadow (何莹影) Student ID: 201030500489 School of Business Administration South China University of Technology Question 2: Would you describe Green’s and Martin’s attitudes as being ethnocentric, polycentric, or...

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  • Attitudes Towards Australian English

    Attitudes towards Australian English Attitudes towards Australian English have varied from over the past 200 years. The Australian accent was developed so the first generation could identify themselves as Australians. During the late 19th century, attitudes towards the Australian accent became negative...

      479 Words | 2 Pages   Tags: Australian English

  • Determinants of Attitude Towards Immigration

    Applied Research Project and Report Applications for Economics & Management Course Determinants of attitude towards immigrants in France Declaration of Original Work In submitting this assignment: 1. We declare that this written assignment is our own work and does not include (i) material...

      891 Words | 3 Pages   Tags: Correlation and dependence, Trust (social sciences), Regression analysis

  • Attitudes Toward Online Shopping

    whether to buy from the Internet, buying decision process of the internet making is a complex customer facing. Social Impact, lifestyle, habits, attitudes and beliefs, situational factors and characteristics including the seller and buyer are the issues that are involved in the decision-making. Chang...

      5795 Words | 18 Pages   Tags: Marketing, Online shopping, Consumer behaviour, E-commerce

  • Attitude Toward Elderly

    Old Age Attitudes towards Older People Attitudes and treatment towards elderly people can be said to vary drastically across cultures. From Europe, Asia, the Middle East, the America's, Africa and Australia, the attitudes expressed by the community towards older people are very different when...

      1643 Words | 5 Pages   Tags: Ageism, Domestic violence, Violence, Abuse

  • Attitudes Towards Animals in N

    Attitudes Towards Animals in Neolithic and Assyrian Times Animals have been viewed differently by different cultures. This is evident when comparing the wall painting of a deer hunt from the Neolithic period (Gardner, 38) and the reliefs of Ashurbanipal hunting lions and the dying lions from the...

      839 Words | 3 Pages   Tags: Lion, Hunting

  • French Attitude Towards Food

    This is an article written by Helena firth Powell. In this article, she describes the French attitude towards food. Helena states that currently, consumers are in a panic because of the latest report on the dangers of red wine and red meat. While in France, Helen and her friend attended a birthday...

      336 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Attitudes towards Migration

     Attitudes to migration are a controversial and progressively central focus in the public policy discourse. Castles and Miller (2009) noted that ‘population movement have always been part of human history’ and there has been a major change in migratory patterns in Britain since the 1970s. Many sociologists...

      1471 Words | 5 Pages   Tags: British people, Immigration to the United Kingdom since Irish independence

  • MANAGERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS PEOPLE

    238 PART 3 THE ROLE OF THE MANAGER MANAGERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS PEOPLE The way in which managers approach the performance of their jobs and the behaviour they display towards subordinate staff is likely to be conditioned by predispositions about people, and human nature and work. Drawing on...

      4694 Words | 25 Pages   Tags: Theory X and Theory Y, Work motivation, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Self-actualization

  • Consumer Attitudes Towards Hotels

        AN INVESTIGATION OF CONSUMER ATTITUDES TOWARDS HOTELS BECOMING SUSTAINABLE Laura Smith BSc (Honours) Student Hotel and Tourism Management Institute Switzerland ABSTRACT Climate change and the environment continue to be growing concerns for humankind. It is claimed that consumers are...

      5925 Words | 19 Pages   Tags: Greenwashing, Attitude (psychology), Marketing, Affect (psychology)

  • Attitude Towards Supernatural Beings

    existence of these beings depends solely on the individual views whether he will believe or not. They think that experience is a key in creating such attitudes towards these beings. Therefore, the lack of personal encounters with these creatures makes it hard for them to establish such belief. | Patterns...

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  • Attitude Towards Writing

    Writing is a waist of time, or at least I have always thought it to be. Why write when I can just talk? After my seventeen years of living, I have found out that when I need to express my feelings but have no one there to listen to me, writing is the best way out. In the years previous to now I have...

      413 Words | 2 Pages   Tags: Thought

  • Western Attitudes Towards Death

    Examination of the Evolution of Western Attitudes toward Death 1 Although the attitudes of western civilization towards death may seem to be unchanged over long periods of time, it has been illustrated in the past that they are, in fact dynamic. Western attitudes towards death are constantly evolving, ever...

      1804 Words | 5 Pages