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60 80 % of kids are in child care situations
Choosing childcare makes most parents anxious: safety and supervision issues.
Majority of childcare is from non-relatives (under age 5)
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UNIT 3, Chapter 14: Play, why its important for both parent and child -> (Look at the information in Module 14)
Play is essential for all children at all ages, and adults need to provide materials, time, and support for
Play contributes to
UNIT 3, Chapter 11: The speed of slow setting a parenting pace
Concepts: Social Context, Value systems, Parent pace
Basic perspectives on children:
Basic need? Need to belong.
Children are not little adults!
Myths about babies:
UNIT 2, Chapter 9: Parenthood having children
Nicknames not bad. Unless they are degrading and offensive. Can be used as demonstrations of affection
Plan kids most postpone(Women postpone longer than men)
Contract never expires
Most people want kids
Unit 2, Chapter 10: Work and Family Issues and Conflicts
History: Parenting has changed from Puritan times to now.
Spent time together: working, playing
Respect for authority (adults)
Obedient and trusted parents
Many people to
Unit 2, Chapter 7: Forming Couple Relationships
What is Love?
Love is an emotion (feel it) and a behavior (show it)
How much do you know about love? (true or False)
There is an ideal mate for everyone: F
Women are more romantic than men: F(Men are worse,
UNIT 2, Chapter 8: Marriage Expectations and Relationships
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Mother's Day national holiday in 1914
Father's Day national holiday in 1972
74 Million American kids:
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o 26% live with one parent
o 4% lived with no parent
o 3% live with 2 unm