JUST WHO DO WE THINK CHILDREN ARE? NEWZEALANDERS' ATTITUDES ABOUT CHILDREN, CHILDHOOD AND PARENTING: AN ANALYSIS OF SUBMISSIONS ON THE BILL TO REPEAL SECTION 59 OF THE CRIMES ACT 1961
- Private member's bill set to force the issue of a parental smacking ban. Andalo, Debbie // Community Care;7/3/2003, Issue 1479, p18
Focuses on a private member's bill that would make it a criminal offense for parents to smack their children in Great Britain. Stance of British Prime Minister Tony Blair on the issue; Information on a green paper which outlines how the government plans to strengthen the protection of children;...
- The Children and Adoption Bill. // Education Journal;Mar2006, Issue 93, p38
The article focuses on the provisions of the Children and Adoption Bill in Great Britain. This Bill seeks to improve the arrangements for children to remain in contact with their parents after divorce. In Part I of the Bill, provisions included strengthening the legal framework to deal with...
- Cane of Love: Parental Attitudes towards Corporal Punishment in Korea. Sonam Yang // British Journal of Social Work;Dec2009, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p1540
This study explores parental beliefs, values and behaviour in relation to parenting practices, in particular, attitudes to corporal punishment. Qualitative methodologies were used; semi-structured in-depth interviews with 34 participants. The findings suggest that although the Korean family has...
- Defining child abuse: Exploring variations in ratings of discipline severity among child welfare practitioners. Whitney, Stephen; Tajima, Emiko; Herrenkohl, Todd; Huang, Bu // Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal;Jun2006, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p316
This study investigated child welfare practitionersï¿½ ratings of the severity of parental discipline practices. Ratings varied by the type of act, age of the child, and by chronicity. Exploratory investigation into changes across time found that current practitioners ( N = 27) rated several...
- HOPES AND FEARS. Davidson, Zoe // Community Care;1/16/2003, Issue 1455, p34
Discusses the response of parents whose children are subject to child protection procedures in Great Britain. Reactions of parents to the process; Bad things that parents say about registration; Good things that parents say about registration.
- New hub for professionals working with pupils affected by parental imprisonment. // Gastrointestinal Nursing;Oct2013, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p370
The article presents "i-HOP" or Information Hub on Offenders' Families with Children for Professionals, a new advice service that provides professionals access to support and advice and allows them to share best practice.
- From Pariahs to Partners. Pragnell, Charles // Children Australia;Sep2014, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p195
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- BEYOND FAMILY LAW. Abramowicz, Sarah // Case Western Reserve Law Review;Winter2012, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p293
The article presents information on family law concerning the protection of children and of the parent-child relationship. It explains the impact that criminal law and contracts cases may have on children whose parents are involved. It mentions the extent that child rearing are affected by...
- Issue of Corporal Punishment: Re-Examined. Andero, Abraham A.; Stewart, Allen // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun2002, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p90
The use of corporal punishment is one of the most controversial parenting practices and it will continue to be controversial. Although the effects of corporal punishment on children is still undergoing rigorous scientific debate, less attention has been devoted to why parents spank their...