By Lawrence Balter
This illustrated, A?€“Z encyclopedia on parenthood in the United States bargains clean insights and sturdy details, all in response to the most recent examine. Parenthood in the USA is the paintings of the nation's actual specialists, the heavy-hitters in psychology, health and wellbeing, sociology, anthropology, and family members heritage. It goals to fill the distance among how-to books (which in general mixture well known notions and authors' puppy theories) and really good texts aimed toward scholars.Parents, lecturers, scholars, and pros operating within the box will locate anything the following to notify, shock, or even entertain. Entries are concise, conscientiously illustrated, and observed by way of feedback for extra studying. Readers will locate entries at the superstars of the sector, either renowned (Dr. Spock, Dr. Seuss, Mr. Rogers) and scholarly (Ainsworth, Bowlby, Erikson).
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New York: Bantam Books. Males, Mike A. 1996. The Scapegoat Generation: America’s War on Adolescents. Monroe, ME: Common Courage Press. Muuss, Rolf E. 1996. Theories of Adolescence. 6th ed. New York: McGrawHill. Steinberg, Laurence, and Wendy Steinberg. 1994. Crossing Paths: How Your Child’s Adolescence Triggers Your Own Crisis. New York: Simon & Schuster. Adoption Adoption typically refers to the process through which an adult who wishes to parent a child is matched with a child who needs parenting.
Social behavior). Because research on acculturation is still in its infancy and is very complex, it remains to be seen what effect, if any, this discordance has on children’s development. As American society becomes increasingly ethnically diverse, it is imperative that researchers recognize that immigrants do not immediately and forever relinquish the beliefs and behaviors of their cultures of origin and adopt those of the dominant ethnic group. Rather, it would be more fruitful to study how parents and families reconcile and implement child-rearing goals, values, and strategies from both ethnic groups and to examine the effects of this reconciliation on children’s development.
In other cases, addicted parents abandon older children—if not forever, then for too long to be safe or healthy. These cases typically show up in child neglect statistics and, depending on the ages of the children and the severity of the consequences, may lead to placement of the children and termination of the parents’ rights. Overall, there are no official data that capture the scope of child abandonment in the United States today. Numerous newspaper articles quote figures in the range of 22,000 babies abandoned each year, but a search of federal and state databases revealed no official count.
Parenthood in America: An Encyclopedia (2 Volumes) by Lawrence Balter