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Handbook of Parenting: Styles, Stresses, and Strategies
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Editors: Pacey H. Krause and Tahlia M. Dailey
Book Description:
Families and parents have the most central and enduring influence on children's lives. Parenthood is not instinctive, but is rather an evolutionary procedure throughout the child's life-course. This book looks at the pattern of family structures, which has evolved as a result of social, cultural and economic changes. An overview of parental monitoring and the development of two new retrospective monitoring scales is examined. This book also focuses on certain parenting styles, stressors, and practices which promote positive and negative child behaviors. The goodness-of-fit concept is emphasized, which concentrates specifically on how a poor fit between the temperament behaviors of infants and young children and parents' expectations and parenting skills can stress and challenges the parent-child relationship and potentially lead to poor child outcomes. Among other issues, this book addresses the relations of maternal emotional availability with infant smiling and crying, the importance of measuring parental brain and physiological systems, the effect of working class mothers on their emotional availability to their children, and the variety of patterns that a parent must adopt in daily life to cope with situations of conflict to promote processes of emotional and social adaptation in their children.

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Table of Contents:
Preface

1.Parenting Practices and Child Mental Health Outcomes
(Ippolyti Vassi, Alexandra Veltsista, Chryssa Bakoula, First Department of Paediatrics, Athens University, Aghia Sophia Children’s Hospital, Athens, Greece) pp. 1-13

2. The Importance of Brain and Physiological Systems Research in the Study of Parenting Behaviors
(Susan B. Perlman & Linda A. Camras, Yale University, Yale Child Study Center, and others)pp. 15-17

3. Parental Monitoring: Overview and the Development of Two Retrospective Scales
(Lisa Thomson Ross, Maribeth L. Veal, College of Charleston, and others)pp. 19-35

4. Parenting in the Context of Marginalization: Moving Towards a Comprehensive Framework
(Kelly E. McShane, Nicole Schaefer-McDaniel, Department of Psychology, Ryerson University, Toronto Ontario Canada, and others) pp. 37-51

5. Addressing Attrition Rates: New Directions In Administering Parent Training
(Shannon S.C. Bert, Jaelyn R. Farris, University of Oklahoma and others)pp. 53-62

6. Antenatal Education: Meeting Consumer Needs
(Jane Svensson,, Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney Australia)pp. 63-85

7. Goodness of Fit Between Parenting Style and Child Temperament: Special Challenges with Slow-to-Warm-Up Infants
(Jessica Stoltzfus and Katherine Karraker, West Virginia University) pp. 87-110

8. Maternal Emotional Availability And Infant Smiling And Crying At 5 Months Of Age
(G. Esposito, P. Venuti, S. de Falco, M. H. Bornstein, Department of Cognitive Science and Education, University of Trento, Italy, and others) pp. 111-123

9. Working Class Mothering: Exploring Strengths and Values
(Val Gillies, South Bank University) pp. 127-139

10. Child-Parent Relations as a Mutual Opportunity for a Significant Developmental Encounter with the "Other"
(Esther Cohen, School of Education, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, and Neta Ofer-Ziv, Amirim Center, Macabim, Israel) pp. 141-164

11. Amount of Time in Extracurricular Activities Impact on Parenting and Adolescent Behavior Problems
(Andrea D. Mata, Katherine C. Schinka, Manfred H.M. van Dulmen, Kent State University) pp. 165-173

12. Strategy and Practice of Support for Multiple Birth Families: Evidence-based Care and Population Approach with Human Network
(Syuichi Ooki, Ishikawa Prefectural Nursing University) pp. 175-239

13. The Effect of Familial Factors on the Management of Childhood Obesity
(Moria Golan, Roni S. Enten, Danit R. Shahar, School of Nutritional Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel, and others) pp. 241-257

14. The Role of the Family in Autistic Spectrum Conditions: Theory and Practical Implications
(Lisa A. Osborne & Phil Reed, Swansea University, U.K) pp. 259-289

15. Parenting in the Context of Domestic Violence: Unique Stresses and Outcomes
(Erin Gallagher, Alissa Huth-Bocks, Alytia Levendosky, Eastern Michigan Universtiy and others) pp. 291-314

16. Parenting Practices around Learning within Latino Communities: Diversity and Associations with Children’s Outcomes
(Nikki Aikens, Margaret Caspe, Sally Atkins-Burnett, Susan Sprachman and Yange Xue, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.)pp. 315-340

17. Parenting Styles in Adolescence: The Role of Warmth, Strictness, and Psychological Autonomy Granting in Influencing Collective Self-Esteem and Expectations for the Future
(Silvia Moscatelli, Monica Rubini, University of Bologna, and others)pp. 341-349

18. Predictors of Maternal and Paternal Parenting Stress in Central American Refugee Families with Adolescent Offspring
(Noorfarah Merali, University of Alberta)pp. 351-369

19. Immigration Effects on Parenting, Stress, and Risky Sex Among Hispanic Immigrant Youth
(Elizabeth Trejos-Castillo, Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Texas Tech University. Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, and others) pp. 371-396

Index pp.397-420

   Series:
      Family Issues in the 21st Century
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 2nd quarter
   Pages: 420.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-766-8
   Status: AV
  
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AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
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EP Editorial Production
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