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Parenting in Diversified Families: A Hothouse or a Trap? (Hardback)Rachel Pasternak (author)
Hardback 255 Pages / Published: 29/02/2016
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The book's purpose is to shed light on the effect of parenting, parenting style, parental authority and parental discipline style on the educational and social achievements of children living in the many types of new families currently being created in different cultures. It will apply an innovative coordinated theoretical-empirical approach to understanding the revolutionary changes in family structure (two-parent, one-parent, unisex [homo-lesbian], remarried and recomposed families) and functions (producing, educating and socializing children). The multidisciplinary discussion will be based on disciplines such as sociology, psychology, philosophy, behavioral science, education and social work. The aim is to present groundbreaking data on parenting and its implications for child rearing that will broaden and update our knowledge about the classic parenting model within the framework of the socioeconomic changes witnessed in the last few decades.
Publisher: Academic Studies Press
Number of pages: 255
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
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