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par·ent·ing

 (pâr′ən-tĭng, păr′-)
n.
The rearing of a child or children, especially the care, love, and guidance given by a parent.
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parenting

(ˈpɛərəntɪŋ)
n
(Sociology) the care and upbringing of a child
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par•ent•ing

(ˈpɛər ən tɪŋ, ˈpær-)

n.
the rearing of children by parents.
[1955–60]
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Translations
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parenting

[ˈpɛərəntɪŋ] Nel ser padres
shared parentingparticipación f conjunta en la vida familiar
parenting is a full-time occupationel cuidar de los hijos es una labor de plena dedicación
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parenting

[ˈpɛərəntɪŋ]
nparentage m
modif [skills, classes, magazine] → parental(e)parents' evening nréunion f parents professeursparent-teacher association n (in school)association f de parents d'élèves et de professeursparent-teacher meeting nréunion f parents professeurs parents
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parenting

nKindererziehung f
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parenting

[ˈpɛərntɪŋ] n parenting is a full-time occupationallevare i figli è un lavoro a tempo pieno
young couples lacking parenting skills → giovani coppie che non riescono ad essere bravi genitori
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

parenting

n crianza de los niños; — education educación f parental, educación para padres (y madres); — skills habilidades fpl parentales; — workshop taller m para padres (y madres)
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But father's education, home health and nutritional conditions, needs satisfied by the father family, the positive attitude of the father, attitude of the mother in child rearing behaviours are found to be less.
The paper focuses on the analysis of the social assistance benefit of parental incentive (monthly incentive, insertion incentive) as a measure of support for the family with children, for the child rearing support.
Many researches have been performed about child rearing approaches and adaptive behavior that some of them are as follows:
On the other hand, Lieber, Fung and Wing-Leung Leung (2006) identified Chinese principles of child rearing being as a combination of those imported from and indigenous to Chinese cultural orientation.
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Ultimately associated with civic duty and patriotic fervor, sensibility became central to social norms, gender relations, and child rearing.
The crucible of consent; American child rearing and the forging of liberal society.
Bronson and Merryman challenge many opinions held by parents and educators about child rearing. While readers may not always agree with the authors, they will be challenged to rethink and analyze their understanding of child development and child rearing.
Expenses for transportation, child care, education, and health care saw the largest percentage increases related to child rearing from 2009.
EDWARDIAN: Nick Clegg hit out at attitudes towards child rearing
"Our research shows that the roots of moral functioning form early in life, in infancy, and depend on the affective quality of family and community support." Characteristics of child rearing common to distant ancestors include: Lots of positive touch, no spanking, but nearly constant carrying, cuddling and holding, prompt response to baby's fusses and cries, breastfeeding, ideally 2-5 years, multiple adult caregivers, people beyond mom and dad, free play with multi-age playmates, natural childbirth, which provides mothers with the hormone boosts that give the energy to care for a newborn.
She links her gloomy prediction to child rearing practices of modern society.

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