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1. Chapter 8 The Family: Partners in Education Source: Meece, J. L. & Daniels, D. H. (2008). Child & Adolescent Development for Educators (Third Edition). New York, NY: McGraw Hill.
<ul><li>The family is the child’s primary source of support and nurture in early development. </li></ul>
When talking about families, it might be best to use the word parents rather than mothers and fathers.
Familialism: a strong identification with and attachment to nuclear and extended family ~ feelings of loyalty, respect, duty, and reciprocity.
Simpatía embodies the felt need for behaviors such as conformity and empathy that promote harmonious, pleasant social relations.
In general, many studies show birth order effects. http://ci210.wikispaces.com/Week+2-sp11
Children tend to benefit from regularity, consistency, and continuity in family life.
Regardless of their age, divorce is difficult for both children and adults.
A great deal of uncertainty often exists in stepfamilies concerning who is part of the family and what the rights and responsibilities of various members are.
Parental involvement in school activities is influenced by many factors.