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Unformatted text preview: Parenting: Choices, Challenges, and Changes Chapter 12 Base Goals of Parenting _______________ of Infants F_______________ S_______________ S_______________ S_______________ L_______________ S_______________ Needs of Children Ensuring they become p_______________, c_______________ members of society Parenting 0. Eight Essential Parenting Responsibilities 0. Providing a _______________ 1. Providing _______________ 2. Teaching children _______________ and _______________ 3. Developing _______________ 4. Providing effective and age-appropriate _______________ 5. Being involved in the child’s _______________ 6. Knowing the _______________ be _______________ with him/her Parenting Styles _______________ Parenting – Low in responsiveness, warmth and affection, parents may reject and neglect their children _______________ Parenting – Indulgent parents, high levels of warmth, affection and responsiveness toward their children, adequate to high levels of parent/child communication _______________ Parenting – Obedience and status oriented, demanding and controlling of children, not very warm or affectionate, rigid rules, parent child communication low, power is the key _______________ Parenting – Parents are responsive but demanding, does not use shame, withdrawal of love, guilt to control behavior _______________ Parenting 1. Provides children with balance of control and warmth 2. Research shows children raised in this style 7. Exhibit more _______________ than others 1 8. Lower levels of _______________ at all levels 9. Able to balance the demands of conforming to others’ expectations with their own needs 10. Perform better in _______________ if reared by _______________ parents Why People Decide to Have Children? 0. For the _______________ 1. For the _______________ 2. For the _______________ 3. For _______________ 4. For the _______________ 5. For the _______________ 6. For the _______________ 7. For the _______________ Choosing to be Childfree 8. Why couples choose the no-kids track 0. T_______________ 1. F_______________ 2. F_______________ benefits/s_______________ 3. D_______________ c_______________ 4. Can’t change your mind 5. O_______________ and e_______________ resources Social Factors linked to No-kids Track 9. Increase in women’s _______________ 10. Participation in the _______________ 11. Changing _______________ 12. Decreasing importance of _______________ 13. Access to _______________ 14. Effective _______________ 15. _______________ _______________ 16. _______________ security Categories of Childless Women 17. _______________ are not willing to sacrifice money, energy, time or 2 themselves for childrearing...
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2011 for the course CDFS 255 taught by Professor Calahan during the Spring '11 term at Purdue.

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