Child Rearing Practices In The Philippines Essays and Term Papers

  • Punishment in Child Rearing Practice

    Should punishment have a role in 21st Century child rearing practice? Word count: 1100 Abstract According to Burton, Westen and Kowalski (2009), punishment can be described as an environmental consequence that has the ability to modify behaviour through operant conditioning. This paper examines...

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  • Child Rearing Practices

    Parenting Practices that Help Promote the Development of Positive Social Behavior Among Preschool Children within the Family. MARIA PERLITA EMBUSCADO DE LEON MA Psychology (May 2010) Department of Psychology This research used data from fifteen 2-parent families residing in a community located...

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     Child-rearing Practices and Parenting Styles Abegail E. Gabarda Human Development Maja Franscisco January 15, 2013 Child-Rearing Practices and Parenting Styles Every aspect of one’s life has a distinct effect on his well being. This aspect can possibly...

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  • Comparative Analysis of the Child-Rearing Practices of the Philippines and Other Cultures

    the Child-Rearing Practices of the Philippines and Other Cultures Child rearing plays an important role in building up the children’s characteristics. It is their foundation to be a functional member of the society. But different societies have different cultures when it comes to child rearing. There...

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  • Child-Rearing Practices in Chinese and American Cultures

    Child-Rearing Practices in Chinese and American Cultures The generally accepted way in which children in a society are raised, constitutes its philosophical and social child rearing practice. Child-rearing research has focused on understanding differences in parent’s beliefs and values, characteristics...

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  • Child Rearing

    Emotions under Control while Instructing Children Don't discipline your child because you are angry with him, but rather because you want to teach him. Motive is important here. As a Muslim parent, your motive should be to help your child. Present should Present a United Front Parents should discuss their...

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  • Child Rearing

    Massachusetts Child-Rearing Ways In this reading by Daniel Fischer, it shows the ways the Puritans would treat their children. The Puritans believed that “all infants were born ignorant and empty of all good things.”(pg.88) so to help them they would “beat the devil out of them” as many Puritans would...

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  • Child Rearing Practice Among Filipino Family by Zaira de Leon

    FOUNDATION FINAL PAPER FOR PSYCHIATRY MED- I CHILD REARING PRACTICE AMONG FILIPINO FAMILY SUBMITTED BY: ZAIRA NINA T. DE LEON MEDICINE- I Child rearing practices vary from culture to culture, influenced by a myriad of factors that...

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  • Child Rearing

    children were disciplined with rods or rulers in schools, work and at home. (Lambert P.2 ) After the Bible a lot of our modern philosophy on child rearing can be traced back to the writings of John Locke who wrote the treatise Some Thoughts Concerning Education which was published in 1693. Locke started...

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  • Critical Dircourse Analysis; Analysis of Social Practice of Child Rearing

    AELS 348 – CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS KIRSTIN CONRADIE 16107306 TASK 3 1. Social practice: Raising children 2. In contemporary society the discourse regarding the raising of children is primarily focused on developmental appropriateness, meaning that there exists a general awareness of the...

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  • Child Rearing (19th Century)

    Dr. h.c. xxxx On Education and Child Rearing [pic] March 1st, 2012 Annie M. Matrikel #: 2xxxxx Abstract The aim of this paper is to analyse three short abridgments about education and child rearing in the 19th century. In the course of the essay...

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  • Nat.Geo - Child Rearing

    National Geographic Taboo: Child Rearing 1. The location is in Beijing, China. 2. The subculture is based on a sport—Gymnastic sport culture at Shi Cha Hai School. 3. In this particular subculture, the people live rather interestingly. From age 3 ½, some special students are selected for...

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  • Culture and Child Rearing

    Culture and Child Rearing Practices The purpose of this paper is to express the different ways culture affects child-rearing practices. Culture and child rearing are both essential in child development. Culture and ethnicity can have a deciding effect on the child-rearing techniques that families...

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  • Personal Philosophy Of Child Rearing

    many different people have many different opinions on how to raise a child correctly. One of the biggest issues today in society is whether to breast or bottle feed an infant. Another difficult issue is how to go about disciplining a child. Many parents believe religion is an essential part of growing into...

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  • Child Rearing in the Us and Colombia

    Early care-giving is a major factor for a child to feel secure to explore the world around them (Carbonell, Alzate, Bustamente & Quiceno , 2002). How different is this early care-giving between two cultures such as the United States and Colombia? This is a look at the differences and similiaries of...

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  • Child Rearing Dbq

    children, some choose the strict harsh ways of child rearing, while other choose a nurturing supportive technique. A few even choose an in between practice, of not excessive coddling or strict discipline. What the parent or society thought was the correct practice could be determined on the time period they...

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  • Child Rearing Styles

    (participant 2). With regard to the information gathered, both parents have similar parenting styles. Both scored highest for authoritative child-rearing style (32 for participant 1 and 38 for participant 2) and second highest on authoritarian parenting style (with scores of 31 and 35 respectively)...

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  • Child Rearing in Victorian Times

    Child Rearing in Victorian Times Andrea Orasi Mrs. Rocca Childhood barely existed for most British children at the end of the eighteenth century, since they began a lifetime of hard labour as soon as they were capable of simple tasks. By contrast, the fortunate children of the...

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  • Transgenerational Child Rearing

    Transgenerational pattern of child rearing refers to the idea that “family factors are transmitted from generation to generation”. These factors include, but are not limited to, personality characteristics, religious beliefs, value of education, and child rearing techniques. I interpret it to mean...

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  • Personal Philosophy Of Child Rearing

    many different people have many different opinions on how to raise a child correctly. One of the biggest issues today in society is whether to breast or bottle feed an infant. Another difficult issue is how to go about disciplining a child. Many parents believe religion is an essential part of growing into...

    2183 Words | 6 Pages