DONA REMEDIOS TRINIDAD ROMUALDEZ MEDICAL FOUNDATION FINAL PAPER FOR PSYCHIATRY MED- I CHILD REARING PRACTICE AMONG FILIPINO FAMILY SUBMITTED BY: ZAIRA NINA T. DE LEON MEDICINE- I Child rearing practices vary from culture to culture, influenced by a myriad of factors that include environment, education, income, family structure, religion and many others. Trends in childrearing differ even among people of the same culture
good values and behaviour in children. Parents have different methods on how to transmit their values, skills, behaviour, and attitudes to their children. Most parents want their children to do well in school however not all parents are successful in this. When parents have a good way of handling their child, it can possibly boost a child’s academic motivation and academic achievement. However, not all parents may exercise the proper approach when handling their children, this is because parents may
Many parenting programs have been made in recent years such as the Supernanny and Brat Camp which were first aired in 2004 and 2005 respectively. Both were originated from United Kingdom. So, this kind of show is no longer new to the viewers. All the mentioned parenting shows earlier including the World's Strictest Parents mainly focuses on the teenagers behavioral problems. (See openhousecommunity.com.au) The World's Strictest Parents was interesting because it was truly an account of the families'
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