Chapter 13-Emotional Social Develop Middle PartIII

Infants, Children, and Adolescents (6th Edition)

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Chapter 13: Emotional and Social Development in Middle Childhood Family Influences
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Family Influences Amount of time children spend with parents dramatically Reasoning works more effectively Greater capacity for Increased respect for parents’ knowledge and skill.
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Parent-Child Relationships Coregulation A transitional form of
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Siblings Siblings are important sources of
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One-Child Families Sibling relationships are not essential for Only children are other children
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Gay and Lesbian Families Several million American gay man and lesbians are parents Children of gay and lesbian parents
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Never-Married Single-Parent Families About 10% of American children have single parents Living in a single-mother household makes it harder to overcome
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Divorce U.S. divorce rate is currently the
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Unformatted text preview: highest in the world Immediate consequences: often rises Mother-headed households typically experience a sharp drop in Child support Blended Families Blended or reconstituted family Family structure resulting from of a divorced parent that includes parent, stepparent, and children Read about different aspects of adjustment for each type Support for blended families Maternal Employment and Dual-Earner Families More than of single and married mothers with school-age children are , especially, profit from the image of In dual-earner families, the husbands willingness to share is crucial Child Care for School-Age Children Self-study What is considered high quality care? What are the results of high quality after-school care?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2008 for the course EDPSY 250 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '07 term at Ball State.

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