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Tudge, J.; Tammeveski, P.; Meltsas, M.; Kulakova, N.; Snezhkova, I. – 2001
Noting that it is by studying children's regular activities and their roles and interpersonal relationships that we come to understand how children develop as members of their cultural groups, this study examined children growing up in urban settings in a variety of societies. The study used an ecological perspective largely based on…
Descriptors: Activities, Class Activities, Comparative Analysis, Context Effect
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Rijlaarsdam, Jolien; Stevens, Gonneke W. J. M.; van der Ende, Jan; Hofman, Albert; Jaddoe, Vincent W. V.; Mackenbach, Johan P.; Verhulst, Frank C.; Tiemeier, Henning – Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 2013
This study aimed to establish potential mechanisms through which economic disadvantage contributes to the development of young children's internalizing and externalizing problems. Prospective data from fetal life to age 3 years were collected in a total of 2,169 families participating in the Generation R Study. The observed physical home…
Descriptors: Child Behavior, Depression (Psychology), Income, Child Rearing
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Sheldon, James; Rands, Kai – Philosophical Inquiry in Education, 2017
Normative time is disciplined through what Freeman calls chrononormativity, and this disciplining is particularly evident in the experiences of disabled children. Despite the constant regimenting of the present reality for disabled children in time, they are essentially denied a future, the future generally being figured without people with…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Children, Social Attitudes, Self Determination
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Segalo, Letlhoyo; Rambuda, Awelani Melvin – South African Journal of Education, 2018
In South Africa, the common law principle of "in loco parentis" entitles teachers, as the guardians in the school environment, to discipline learners. However, in view of new legislation advancing children's rights, it is unclear as to the extent to which teachers can or do enact the "loco parentis" role. This study employed a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public School Teachers, Discipline Policy, Focus Groups
Frels, Kelly; And Others – 1990
For over a decade, school administrators and school attorneys have been struggling with the appropriate procedures to follow in disciplining public school children. Many articles have been written concerning due process. This publication focuses not on the legal history of school discipline cases, but on the implementation and administration of…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Discipline Policy, Due Process, Elementary Secondary Education
Osborne, Allan G., Jr. – 1989
Federal and state courts have held that disciplinary sanctions cannot be applied to handicapped students in such a way that they would be deprived of their legal rights to a free, appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment, as mandated by the Education for All Handicapped Children Act (EHA). This presentation outlines the…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Court Litigation, Disabilities, Discipline
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Cekaite, Asta; Bergnehr, Disa – European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 2018
Relational care, interpersonal intimacy and emotional attunement are crucial for children's development and wellbeing in ECEC. The present study examines how they are enacted in a Swedish preschool (for 1-5-year-olds) through recurrent adult-child physical conduct, i.e. affectionate and affectionate-controlling touch. The data consist of 24 hours…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Relationship, Intimacy, Emotional Response, Child Development
Rodriguez, Nixaliz – 2002
This study explored differences in disciplinary approaches of male and female teachers toward male and female children, examining the connection between educator's gender and method of disciplining urban, elementary school aged children. Participants were 20 New York State certified and licensed teachers in two elementary schools. Teacher surveys…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Discipline, Elementary Education, Gender Issues
VALDEZ, BERNARD
FAMILY PATTERNS AND ROLES OF SPANISH-AMERICANS AND IMPLICATIONS OF TRANSFERENCE OF FOLK CULTURE TO AN URBAN SETTING ARE ANALYZED. STRONG FAMILY COHESIVENESS IS CREATED BY ISOLATION, LACK OF MOBILITY, AN AGRARIAN ECONOMY, AND THE PUEBLO INDIAN INFLUENCE OF SMALL VILLAGES. BLOOD KINSHIPS ARE SOUGHT OUT AND MAINTAINED, AND ARE EXTENDED BY A SYSTEM OF…
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Culture Conflict, Family Characteristics, Family Life
Butchart, Ronald E., Ed.; McEwan, Barbara, Ed. – 1998
Some of the modes of classroom control, particularly the democratic, moral, and political perspectives of such management, are explored in this book. The collection of articles has three purposes: (1) revive the debate between educators and communities, in order to rekindle the core ethical issues surrounding school discipline; (2) present studies…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Discipline Policy, Educational Environment, Elementary Secondary Education
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Bath, Caroline – International Journal of Early Years Education, 2012
This article discusses the findings about pedagogical documentation which were drawn from a study which the author co-directed in a range of English early childhood education and care settings and which focused on children's views of the early years curriculum. The article poses questions provoked by the study and uses the work of Rinaldi and Carr…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Early Childhood Education, Young Children, English Instruction
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Leijten, Patty; Overbeek, Geertjan; Janssens, Jan M. A. M. – Journal of Adolescence, 2012
The present randomized controlled trial examined the effectiveness of the parent training program Parents and Children Talking Together (PCTT) for parents with children in the preadolescent period who experience parenting difficulties. The program is focused on reducing child problem behavior by improving parents' communication and problem solving…
Descriptors: Evidence, Program Effectiveness, Parent Child Relationship, Conflict
Quist-Pena, Karen; Richarz, Sherrill – 1986
This descriptive study, which was designed to improve the content of parent education programs, investigated perceived interests and needs of female single parents. Participants were 66 female, single, custodial parents between 20 and 44 years old with children 7 years of age or younger. The sample was drawn from mothers who were participating in…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Fatherless Family, Mothers, One Parent Family
Schrank, Louise Welsh – 1997
Intended for parenting classes of parents of young children having difficulty with discipline, this leader's guide and videotape paint a dramatic picture of the wrong way to discipline children and give clear practical ideas of how to talk to children using encouragement and effective reprimands to change behavior. The first part of the guide…
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Behavior Problems, Change Strategies, Child Rearing
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Yell, Mitchell L.; And Others – Education and Treatment of Children, 1995
This article explicates the current legislation, case law, and administrative law governing the discipline of students with disabilities. Guidelines are offered that divide disciplinary procedures into three categories: permitted, controlled, and prohibited. The role of the Individualized Education Program team in planning proactive disciplinary…
Descriptors: Behavior Disorders, Compliance (Legal), Court Litigation, Discipline Policy
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