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Ethical parenting

Is responsible caregiving, requiring of enduring investment and commitment throughout their children’s long period of dependency

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Reciprocity:

The balance of an interactive system that each party has both rights and duties
Ex. Golden rule, karma

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Complimentary:

One’s rights are the other’s obligations
Ex. The right to be nurtured so the parent must provide nurturance

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A mixed rule- utilitarian theory

- parental authority is justified by the child’s dependent status and relative incompetence- thus parents to protect, nurture, and train children
- discipline is based on the parent's desired behaviors
- discipline must be used an ethical consideration of long-term consequences

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Categories of children's rights:

rights against the world, protection against inadequate care, adult legal status, rights against parents

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reciprocal socialization:

- parents affect child's behaviors, parenting style
- child affects parent's behavior, temperament/personality
- children play a role in shaping their own development

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6 stages of parenthood

stage 1: image-making (pre-baby)
stage 2: nurturing
stage 3: authority
stage 4: interpretive
stage 5: interdependent
stage 6: departure

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5 B's of attachment

1. Bonding
2. Breast-feeding
3. Bed sharing (co-sleeping)
4. Baby wearing (Snulgi, Baby Bjorn)
5. Belief in baby's cry as an important signal

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Theory:

An organized set of ideas that serves as a framework for interpreting facts and findings
- can help a person understand what they are observing
- can help a person decide how to react or behave

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nature, nurture, or both

nature- internal qualities, biologically predetermined
nurture- environment
both- a combination of nature and nurutre

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Psychoanalytic:

unconscious forces act to determine personality and behavior

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Attachment:

feelings of safety, security, protection