parent-child relationship


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parent-child relationship

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Although the use of Western parent-child relationship concepts and classifications have been adapted for a myriad of cultures, Yeh's model is more appropriate for Asian cultural norms.
Research studies focusing on the causes of juvenile delinquency have proposed that the structure of the family and the quality of parent-child relationships have important implications for the development of antisocial behavior in children, and may affect adult criminal behavior across the life course (Ganem & Agnew, 2007).
This pattern is consistent with our hypothesis that strategic disclosure is less problematic, and may be a sign of autonomy, when the parent-child relationship quality is high," he said.
It has changed the nature of the parent-child relationship in a fundamental way, but even more fundamental is the change it has wrought in the nature of childhood itself.
The report proposed denying the parent-child relationship between donors and babies.
The strange parent-child relationship was turned on its head as Woody did exactly what he was told.
This reviewer begs to differ, not only less modestly on the basis of his own work, but also that of Lucia Sandri, Giulia Calvi, Ottavia Niccoli, and Konrad Eisenbichler, all of whom over the past decade have departed significantly from exclusive focus on the parent-child relationship in Italian Renaissance history, and who have looked at the wider context of the treatment of children in the workshop, the extended family, the school, and in both legal and social institutions.
A positive parent-child relationship was described as one where parents emphasized the child's positive behaviors and qualities with verbal and physical support through encouragement, praise, and physical affection.
12 The parent-child relationship may be biological, by reason of adoption or foster care, guardianship, or because of "day-to-day responsibilities to care for and financially support a child.
During the next ten years three additional Titles were enacted concerning the parent-child relationship, the supervision of children, and the protection of the family.
The parent-child relationship provides a context for an infant's acquisition of pertinent developmental skills.
Further, recovery for loss of spousal consortium is based largely on the diminished capacity to offer material services and engage in sexual intercourse, elements not present in the parent-child relationship.

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