Financially Intelligent Parenting: Children, Money, and Values
- Charity Means You Don't Pick and Choose. O'Hara, Patricia // Newsweek;12/23/2002, Vol. 140 Issue 26, p13
Offers observations on offering money to panhandlers. Ethics of doing so; Description of encounters with homeless panhandlers; Difficulty of distinguishing between those in actual and perceived need of charity; Inconsistent lessons given to her son about panhandlers.
- mother's day. Koutsky, Judy // Kiwi;Apr/May2013, p8
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the author talks about her mother who serves as her role model in bringing up her kids the healthy and safe way, and the article about the family who considers having dinner together a top priority.
- 7 Rules For Raising Money Smart Kids. Chatzky, Jean; Bigda, Carolyn; Anderson, Makebra // Money;Sep2004, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p94
This is an article that gives advice to parents on how to raise children who will be responsible with their money. Whether you are the parent of a toddler with a burgeoning vocabulary, a kindergartener just learning to read or a 12-year-old headed off to middle school for the first time, there...
- Effects of a Values Clarification Curriculum on High School
Students' Definitions of Success. Mosconi, Jacqueline; Emmett, Judith // Professional School Counseling;Dec2003, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p68
Fifty-four students in a suburban, Midwest high school participated in a four-part values clarification curriculum as of December 2003. The authors suggest implications for further research, and they offer suggestions to school counselors for the implementation of values clarification processes...
- A Philosophy of Moral Education for Students, Teachers and Parents. Champlin, Carroll D. // Education;Mar1923, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p393
The article focuses on the importance of moral training for students, parents and teachers. If the training and exercise of the spiritual and ethical qualities of man are neglected, then it is argued that there is failure in achieving the aims of the entire program of education. One of the most...
- EnseÃ±a a Tus Hijos a Manejar el Dinero. SAMPER, LAURA SUÁREZ // Entrepreneur Mexico;oct2008, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p16
No abstract available.
- The grandparent trap. Barker, Robin // Australian Women's Weekly;Jul2005, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p173
Focuses on the role of grandparents in their grandchildren. Factors that impact the extent of involvement of grandparents in the raising of their grandchildren; Actions to be taken to maintain a harmonious relationship with the parents of the grandchild; Reason behind the role model being...
- Discourses of Motherhood and Consumption Practices of Turkish Mothers. Dedeoglu, Ayla Ozhan // Business & Economics Research Journal;2010, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p1
Being primarily responsible of conducting logistical and emotional work of child-rearing, mothers have agency in formation of the child's future identity, cultural values and dispositions, and serve as role models, sources of social pressure, and interpersonal support. This article aims to...
- Parental Morality and Family Processes as Predictors of Adolescent Morality. White, Fiona A.; Matawie, Kenan M. // Journal of Child & Family Studies;Jun2004, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p219
This study investigated the extent to which parents' moral thought and family processes are involved in the socialization of adolescent moral thought. Olson et al's (1992) Circumplex Model and White's (2000) Family Socialization Model provided the conceptual framework for predicting that...