The implementation of a series of decisions about the socialization of children.
Theories pertaining to government
A society in which one person has unlimited power over others.
A society in which those ruled have equal power with those who rule.
A system of beliefs concerned with the interests and ideals of humans rather than of the natural or spiritual world.
the mind is a blank slate before impressions are recorded on it by experience.
The theory that observed behavior, rather than what exists in the mind, provides the only valid data for psychology.
A freudian term referring to arrested development.
Goodness of Fit
Accomodation of parenting styles to children's temperaments
Behavior that benefits other people such as altruism, sharing, and cooperation.
Involves behavior that is socially responsible, independent, friendly, cooperative, dominant, achievement-oreinted and purposeful.
A style of insensitive, indifferent parenting with few demnds or rules.
Involves knowledge of children's normal growth patterns and individual diferences.
Involves Direction, Demonstration, Supervision, and Influence.
Involves punishment, correction, and training to develop self-control.
Intentional harm to or endangerment of a child.
maltreatment that includes physical, sexual, psychological or emotional abuse.
maltreatment involving abandonment, lack of supervision, improper feeding, lack of adequate medical or dental care, inappropriate dress, uncleanliness and lack of safety.
Maltreatment involving deliberate harm to the child's body.
Maltreatment in which a person forces, tricks, or threatens a chidl in order to have sexual contact with him or her.
Sexual relations between persons closely related
Psychological or Emotional Abuse
Maltreatment involving a destructive pattern of continual attack by an adult on a child's development of self and social competence, including rejecting, isolating, terrorizing, ignoring, and corrupting.
Involves the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.