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  1. Parenthood in America
  2. [Contents]
  3. About this Site / Gorman, Peter C.
  4. Introduction / Westman, Jack C.
  5. Topics
  6. All Papers, By Author
  7. Work Groups
  8. The Parent Maze: Searching for Childcare in the United States / Adams, Diane
  9. The Child, the Parent and the School / Benson, Ben
  10. Fostering Goodness: Teaching Parents to Facilitate Children's Moral DevelopmentBerkowitz, M.W., & Grych, J.H. (1998). Journal of Moral Education, Volume 27, No. 3, pp. 371-391. / Berkowitz, Marvin W., and John H. Grych
  11. Step Families / Bliss, Beverly
  12. Refocusing on Parenting / Bornstein, Marc H.
  13. Secure Base Support for Social Competence: Attachment Q-sort Correlates of Security and Social Competence in a Sample of African-American Children Attending Head StartThe research reported here was supported in part by Grant # CD90-0956 from the Administration for Children and Families, Head Start Bureau. This paper is based on data and analyses submitted as a part of a Ph.D. dissertation completed by Kelly K. Bost, Department of Family and Child Development, Auburn University. An earlier version of this paper was presented at the Biennial Meetings of the Society for Research in Child Development (1995, Indianapolis, IN). We would like to thank the families, teachers, and Head Start programs who participated in this project for their patience and cooperation during the many months of data collection for this project. We also thank Lisa Wakeen Caya, Kerry Cielinski, Lisa Krzysik, Margaret Machara, and Jennifer Paul for their contributions to this study. Kelly K. Bost is presently at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Human and Community Development, 1105 W. Nevada, Urbana, IL 61801 . Requests for reprints should be directed to Kelly K. Bost or to Brian E. Vaughn, Department of Family and Child Development, 203 Spidle Hall, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849-5604. / Bost, Kelly, Brian E. Vaughn, and Carrol Heller
  14. Fathers in Postdivorce Families Seen Through the Eyes of Mothers and Children / Bretherton, Inge
  15. Growing Chaos in the Lives of Children Youth and Families: How Can We Turn It Around? / Bronfenbrenner, Urie
  16. The Changing Contexts of Parenting in the United States / Bumpass, Larry L.
  17. Media and Parents: Protecting Children from Harm / Cantor, Joanne
  18. Work Group Report: Family-Centered Care / Family-Centered Care Work Group
  19. Work Group Report: Family Support Networks / Family Support Networks Work Group
  20. Supporting Parents in a Socially Toxic Environment / Garbarino, James
  21. Representing Relationships Between Parents and Schools: Making Visible the Force of Theory A paper presented at the session "Postmodern Reflections" at the Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education Conference, January 7, 1998, Honolulu, Hawaii. For more information contact Beth Graue, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, 514-c Teacher Education Building, 225 N. Mills, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706. / Graue, M. Elizabeth
  22. Choosing Parenting Curricula Based on the Interests, Needs, and Preferences of the Parents Who Will Use It / Heath, Harriet
  23. Parent Power / Hewlett, Sylvia Ann
  24. The Effects of the Mother's Employment on the Family and the Child / Hoffman, Lois Wladis
  25. Combining Love and Limits in Authoritative Parenting: A Conditional Sequence Model of Disciplinary Responses / Larzelere, Robert E.
  26. Nature in Adoptive Parenthood / Leon, Irving G.
  27. The Parenting of Adolescents and Adolescents as Parents: A Developmental Contextual Perspective / Lerner, Richard M., E. Ree Noh, and Clancie Wilson
  28. Issues for Lesbian- and Gay-Parented Families / Martin, April
  29. A Multi-Family Approach: Families and Schools Together (FAST) Builds Protective Factors In Potentially Neglectful Families / McDonald, Lynn
  30. Protecting Children in Child Abuse and Neglect Proceedings / Melli, Marygold S.
  31. Protecting Children from Harmful Television: TV Ratings and the V-chip / Nathanson, Amy, and Joanne Cantor
  32. Work Group Report: National Parent Educators' Organization; Workgroup Summary: Parenthood in America Conference / National Parent Educators' Organization Work Group
  33. Work Group Report: National Parents' Organization; Organizing Parents / National Parents' Organization Work Group
  34. The Battle for the Best Interests of the Grandchild / Newton, Judith Sperling
  35. Respite: a Positive and Powerful Piece to Strengthening Families / Olson, Nancy
  36. The Role of Culture in Moral Development / Pekarsky, Daniel
  37. Connecting the Bridges: Grandparenting Grandchildren / Poe, Lenora M.
  38. Married and Unmarried Parents A Research Summary / Popenoe, David
  39. We Are What We See: The Family Conditions for Modeling Values for Children / Popenoe, David
  40. Issues in Evaluating Parenting Curricula / Powell, Douglas R.
  41. Support of Family Caregiving for Children with Special NeedsSupported by the US DHHS/PHS/HRSA Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Grant MCJ 550806; the March of Dimes, Grant FY96-0467; and the National Center for Research Resources, Grant M01 RR03186, to the University of Wisconsin Medical School. Appreciation is expressed to the mothers who, with their infants and a family member, participated in this study, to Wanda Frazier, Lorna Cisler-Cahill, and Lisa Davis for their contribution of guided caregiving practice episodes to the presentation, to Donna Haack, who prepared the manuscript, and to Lester Dore and Michael Killips who prepared the visual materials for the presentation of this paper at the symposium on parents and the Health-Care System, April 19, 1998. For more information, contact Karen F. Pridham, PhD, RN, at the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Nursing, 600 Highland Ave., Madison, WI 53792-2455, E-mail kpridham@facstaff.wisc.edu; telephone (608)263-5282; FAX (608) 263-5332. / Pridham, Karen, Rana Limbo, and Michele Schroeder
  42. What are the issues that confront high-risk families; how can organizations such as ERIC and the National Parent Information Network help? / Robertson, Anne S.
  43. Parenthood Requires Supportive Neighborhoods and Communities / Schorr, Lisbeth B.
  44. The Role of the Mass Media in Parenting Education / Simpson, A. Rae.
  45. What Curricular Perspectives Can Tell Us About Parent Education Curricula / Thomas, Ruth, and Orapan Footrakoon
  46. Mothering / Weissbourd, Bernice
  47. Grandparenthood / Westman, Jack C.
  48. Society's Stake in Parenthood / Westman, Jack C.
  49. Fathering: Empowering Disabled Dads / Williams, Roger T.
  50. Related Publications