Cultural Parenting.pptx - Cultural Parenting By Avenly Millar Parent-Child Bonding United States Japan Bonding in the U.S is built through actions and

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Cultural Parenting By: Avenly Millar
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Parent-Child Bonding United States Bonding in the U.S. is built through actions, and responding to the needs of the child. A lot of U.S parents give their kids the love and affection that they need while also giving them the freedom to explore and discover things on their own Through touch and talk, and caring for the child without taking the child's independence away the parent child bond becomes quite strong. There is more of a mutual respect that goes on and less of the traditional parent child relationship. Japan Mothers are the main caregivers in Japanese culture. The majority of Japanese women quite their jobs to be home full time with there children. In japan mothers form a strong bond with there child because they do everything not allowing the child to do much on its own. Japanese mothers feed, dress, and often sleep with there children for much longer than other cultures do. With the child being dependent on the Japanese mother, the bond between mother and child is a strong one. The children bond so much, and become so dependent on their mothers that a lot of the time they stay at home a lot longer than other cultures.
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Living at Home United States Over the last several years the number of
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