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  • relationships
  • Kibbutz people believed that as the necessary demands and requirements that are an essential part of every education process were eliminated from family life, the relationships between parents and their children got a chance to become much more moderate and harmonious. (wikipedia.org)
  • In many pre-modern societies fosterage was a form of patronage, whereby influential families cemented political relationships by bringing up each other's children, similar to arranged marriages, also based on dynastic or alliance calculations. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fathers
  • Fathers were supposed to bond with their children through quality time, much more so than in non-kibbutz environment, where they may be required to spend long hours at work. (wikipedia.org)
  • Father count is an important win for fathers, but most of the efforts funded will go towards funneling financial and other support to children already separated from their fathers, rather than reducing the incidence of family separation. (fathermag.com)
  • And depending on demographics, there are usually more than two children that a single mother has to support on her own and in a lot of cases with different fathers. (hubpages.com)
  • 1999
  • at the Minnesota State University website J.W.M. Whiting obituary, Harvard University Gazette, 20 May 1999 Whiting, J., I. Child, et al. (wikipedia.org)
  • adults
  • Generation X hucksters have been equally insistent that young people, scarred by their experiences as latchkey kids and the children of broken homes, are determined to give family more emphasis in their lives as adults. (slate.com)
  • A 1974 study in the journal Developmental Psychology reported that children who entered day care before their first birthday were 'significantly more aggressive' and more physically and verbally abusive of adults than other children. (fathermag.com)
  • He went on to work as a clinical psychologist in private practice in Redondo Beach for more than 25 years, treating children, adolescents and adults by both individual and group psychotherapy and also educating parents and undertaking marriage counselling. (wikipedia.org)
  • For the next few years, Helen applied herself as a volunteer to help Santa Clara Valley migrant camp adults and children. (wikipedia.org)
  • gender
  • Yet while I'm not particularly happy about that, it also makes me optimistic that we can still get to a place where we have both gender equality and a renewed recognition of the needs of children. (slate.com)
  • Is 'Gender-Free' Child-rearing a Form of Child Abuse? (slate.com)
  • Hanna's post about the Swedish couple who are attempting to raise their child 'gender-free' (not telling anyone its birth sex or permitting the genitals to be seen by anyone but a select few intimates) has had me thinking all day about the chicken-and-egg problem of gender identification. (slate.com)
  • Obviously, you don't have to dress your kid in tutus or football jerseys (or whatever the Swedish equivalent is), but to truly obfuscate all evidence of gender, and keep your child from giving away the game, would require some fancy footwork. (slate.com)
  • I think every mother I know seeks, in some measure, to free her child from the constraint of gender expectations. (slate.com)
  • Photograph of a French child reading a gender-neutral book produced by a Swedish publishing house by STR/AFP/Getty Images. (slate.com)
  • Study
  • every child got 12 years of study, they took no tests whatsoever and no grades were recorded. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1995, the National Institute of Mental Health published a joint US-Israeli study that found children raised in Israeli communes known as kibbutzim, who received 24-hour day care, were at significantly greater risk of developing schizophrenia and other serious mental disorders. (fathermag.com)
  • Children reared in fatherless homes are more than twice as likely to become male adolescent delinquents or teen mothers, according to a significant new study by two economists at the University of California, Santa Barbara. (fathermag.com)
  • During his twelve-year tenure he expanded the foundation's field of inquiry and support, which had been centered on welfare programs for children, to include study of their social and psychological development. (wikipedia.org)
  • Together with his wife Beatrice, John Whiting organized the Six Cultures Study of Socialization, the largest and most comprehensive comparative study of child rearing and child development. (wikipedia.org)
  • organization
  • Under his leadership, the first National Survey of Children was undertaken, in 1976, and three years later he established through the foundation a new, not-for-profit organization, Child Trends, in Washington, D.C. Since then, Child Trends has become the nation's leading repository and clearinghouse of past and current information about America's children, an essential resource for policymakers and scholars alike. (wikipedia.org)
  • family
  • The majority of childrearing responsibilities are shouldered by female family members. (dictionary.com)
  • The founders of the collective education believed that granting the children independence from their family liberated the family from the economic and social burden, which otherwise might distort the children's development. (wikipedia.org)
  • As the child of a single parent i have realized as a grown up what i did not comprehend as a child that something was missing in my growing up, the active male role model that showed me what a man is supposed to look like and how a male contributes to a family for the well being of male and female children. (hubpages.com)
  • In many modern western societies foster care can be organised by the state to care for children with troubled family backgrounds, usually on a temporary basis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Original family ties and rights of inheritance were not affected, nor was it required for the fostered child to be an orphan or for the biological father to be deceased. (wikipedia.org)
  • book
  • The seven chapters of the book cover the origins and implementation of the school, and other topics in childrearing. (wikipedia.org)
  • Notable child prodigy, cybernetics pioneer Norbert Wiener, who also attended Harvard at the time and knew Sidis later stated in his book Ex-Prodigy: "The talk would have done credit to a first or second-year graduate student of any age. (wikipedia.org)
  • depends
  • Most children can control their bowel before their bladder, boys typically start and finish later than girls, and it usually takes boys longer to learn to stay dry throughout the night, however it depends on the maturity and consistency of the particular child. (wikipedia.org)
  • healthy
  • Some women have had their choices taken from them, while others have rejected the idea as a whole, but if we tell the truth and look at society we would notice the cracks in all the philosophies about rearing emotionally healthy individuals. (hubpages.com)
  • people
  • Children aren't like dolls, they are individuals, they are people and it takes both the male and female of the human race to make the world of a child complete, IF and i mean a BIG IF, it is done for all the right reasons. (hubpages.com)
  • Most people advise that toilet training is a mutual task, requiring cooperation, agreement and understanding between the child and the caregiver, and the best potty training techniques emphasize consistency and positive reinforcement over punishment - making it enjoyable for the child. (wikipedia.org)
  • time
  • Plastics can leach nasty stuff like Bis-phenol A and phlalates into your kids' food and drink when stored over time or nuked. (seattlepi.com)
  • Father
  • Women can do a lot, but their is no woman born that can fill the gap that is left in a child's life when a father figure is missing in their rearing. (hubpages.com)
  • Although the University had previously refused to let his father enroll him at age 9 because he was still a child, Sidis set a record in 1909 by becoming the youngest person to enroll at Harvard University. (wikipedia.org)
  • young
  • In this article by Andrew P. Thomas, The Wall Street Journal takes a critical look at the effects of day care on young children. (fathermag.com)
  • Toilet training, or potty training, is the process of training someone, particularly a young child, to use the toilet for urination and defecation, though training may start with a smaller toilet bowl-shaped device (often known as a potty). (wikipedia.org)
  • years
  • Soon after his leave was up the two were married-a union that lasted almost 60 years and produced four children (John Gilbert, Scott Whittier, Margaret Lowry and Sarah Morgan). (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1957, the average age of starting toilet training was still under the age of one year, 11 months, and 90% of children were dry during the day by 2 years. (wikipedia.org)
  • society
  • Therefore, in this complicated world, it seems critical that the mother be fulfilled materially, as well as spiritually in order to be able to pass on the energy of life and raise a child to be an effective member of society. (childresearch.net)
  • sense
  • Her crowning achievement is having instilled a strong sense of humor in her children, Marc and Abby, and, above all, teaching them to laugh at themselves. (barnesandnoble.com)
  • take
  • How can I expect to teach my children to take responsibility to right the wrongs they bring on others when insurance companies are telling them not to bother? (chicagotribune.com)
  • given
  • Regarding child rearing, views were elicited on issues including religious preference of child(ren) raised, religious training given to child(ren), and frequency of prayer before meals. (umich.edu)
  • Men contribute to the growth of both the male child and the female child, that is a given. (hubpages.com)
  • food
  • The education authority of the kibbutz was responsible for the rearing and well being of all the children born on the kibbutz, taking care of their food, clothing and medical treatment. (wikipedia.org)
  • American
  • April 1, 1898 - July 17, 1944) was an American child prodigy with exceptional mathematical and linguistic skills. (wikipedia.org)
  • education
  • Communal child rearing was the method of education that prevailed in the collective communities in Israel (kibbutz and plural: kibbutzim), until about the end of the 1980s. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fromm's introduction placed Summerhill in a history of backlash against progressive education and claimed that the "perverted" implementation of child freedom was more at fault than the idea of child freedom itself. (wikipedia.org)
  • Development
  • In 1974, Dr. Brim was appointed president of the Foundation for Child Development. (wikipedia.org)
  • After leaving the Foundation for Child Development in 1985, Dr. Brim wrote the first of his two books exploring widely known but little-studied aspects of human behavior. (wikipedia.org)
  • else
  • I didn't want someone else raising my children,' said Mrs. Williams, who had continued working after her son, now a 7-year-old, was born. (washingtontimes.com)
  • discussion
  • It preempted your discussion of child-centered liberalism, which I was truly looking forward to reading. (slate.com)
  • One topic I hope you will cover in your discussion of child-liberalism is society's failure to recognize the economic value of child-rearing, long one of my pet obsessions. (slate.com)