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    Take the crime rate, for example. According to the United States Census Bureau, the 1992-crime rate per 1000 people in Maine was 131; California's was 1120! Some could argue that these crimes might have no impact on children, so let's look at the child abuse rates. Maine's rate was five per 1000 people, compared to 326 in California (1). These numbers portray a safer environment in Maine. My parents only began locking their homes front door a few years ago; they now lock it but leave the key in the

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    be viewed as “manifestations of social disorganization or advantage” (Kirby, 1997). These include factors in the community and the family such as violent crime, poverty, unemployment, family marital disruption, parents’ lack of education, poor child rearing practice, lack of parental support, and inappropriate sexual pressure or abuse. The second group also includes factors in the individual teen such as lack of religious affiliation, drug and alcohol use, engaging in risk behaviors and deviance,

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    (CBS News, 2010) After that, she stated that she smoked a cigarette to compose herself, then proceeded to shake the baby again, possibly killing her child through traumatic head injury. Incidences like this are relatively common. According to 1998 statistics from the Public Health Agency of Canada, “there were an estimated 21.52 investigations of child maltreatment per 1,000 children in Canada.” Presently, the Canadian government adopts the liberal stance that parenting is primarily a private activity

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    Parker’s Article, “First Three Years Aren’t That Critical” Did your mother read to you when you were six weeks old? Did she teach you how to do math problems when you were two? Recently, I read an issue of Parenting Magazine and found an article on child development. Kathleen Parker’s article, “First Three Years Aren’t That Critical” tells us that parents today are putting to much emphasis on what the media and medical journals are saying, instead of using common sense. The article emphasizes that

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    The Relationship Between a Commitment to Universal Children's Rights and Recognition of Cultural Differences in Child-Rearing Practices The relationship between a commitment to universal children's rights and a recognition of cultural differences in child-rearing practices has been an issue of debate for over sixty years. International documents attempt to perform the dual roles of both upholding the legitimacy of cultural differences whilst simultaneously attempting to institute a universalised

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    numerous hours away from her family. This leaves the child or children without the beneficial features that parents provide that foster development during infancy and early childhood, which are critical stages of development that form a foundation for the future well-being of children. Infancy and early childhood are the most advanced periods of a child’s development, and during these periods development is beneficial to a productive life of a child (Berger, 2011).            A child’s family has more

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    In industrial towns, like Liverpool, the average life expectancy was twenty-six years. In a better area, like Okehampton in Devon, it was fifty-seven years. The national average of England and Wales was forty years at mid century. Therefore as a child grew older, he was likely to lose one or more siblings as well as one or both parents. Children usually enjoyed the benefit of their mothers’ presence on a daily basis. The mother’s place was considered to be in the home. Common thought dictated

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    Parenting is a skill just like being an effective leader. Parents who have been encountering difficulties with their child rearing may want to consider brushing up on their parenting skills. Parenting Skills Primer: If what you've been doing as a parent hasn't been working for you please don't blame your child. Children are a bit like a blank canvas is to an artist. If the artist can't paint she doesn't blame her canvas for the poor picture. She learns new techniques. Wise parenting means that

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    are, shapes them as a person and has an impact on their life. Throughout my childhood I would hear the saying “It takes a village to raise a child.” Society feels a child has the best ability to become a healthy adult if the entire community takes an active role in contributing to the rearing of the child. I do agree based on the neighborhood environment a child is raised; it does have an impact on their life. For example, society classifies each neighborhood differently such as low-income neighborhood

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    encouragement while raising children. It provides a breakdown of practical steps and gives answers to questions to aid parents who may be wondering where to begin. There is also hope and advice on many issues like the battle of wills, preventing child-rearing troubles, and how to handle guilt about hard-to-raise children. The book supplies the instructions parents need to manage the dangers of adolescence, discipline, letting go adult children and much more. Parenting Isn’t for Cowards permits parents

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