Compassionate Kids~Research shows child rearing practices of distant ancestors foster morality, compassion in kids
Child Rearing Beliefs & Practices in Indian Culture
Indian immigrant families in the U.S. may have a number of child-rearing customs and beliefs that differ from those of other U.S. families, depending on the extent to which the family tries to maintain their Indian traditions. Some families are willing to adapt their traditions to American society, while others try to retain a distinctly Indian...
If mom or dad is a smoker, their teenager is more likely to be a smoker too: Daughters especially vulnerable to mothers' cigarette habits
If there are two qualities that parents want their children to possess, these are being smart and happy. In raising a happy and smart child, our child-rearing practices should be more than just nature versus nurture. Since the children's well-being and intellectual growth are the ones we consider as the important aspect of their development, researching about…
How Individualism and Collectivism Manifest in Child Rearing Practices – Dimensions of Culture
Child rearing practices of distant ancestors foster morality, compassion in kids
Whatever It Takes by Paul Tough Geoffrey Canada created a ninety-seven block laboratory in Harlem called the Harlem Children's Zone where he tests new and sometimes controversial ideas about poverty in America. His conclusion: if you want poor kids to be able to compete with their middle-class peers, you need to change everything in their lives -- their schools, their neighborhoods, even the child-rearing practices of their parents. --Paul Tough