inclusion and culture in noncoercive discipline

News 92 FM—April 22nd, 2012 - Child Abuse & Neglect - Cultural factors in ...
These results demonstrate how cultural variables that influence reporting . 10 items that assess the acceptability of noncoercive discipline techniques (e.g., time-out, . Also, inclusion of different forms of maltreatment (neglect, sexual abuse, .

Discipline Responses: Influences of Parents' Socioeconomic Status ...
Oct 11, 2009 . Direct and indirect precursors to parents' harsh discipline responses to . influences ranging from more distal factors such as culture, ethnicity, . of noncoercive alternative disciplinary strategies they reported as being available to them. . Thus, inclusion of fathers here has the potential to extend current .

Parenting and ethnicity
descent (although some people do still make that inclusion). Whether or not . Yet, such arguments construct black people and white people as cultural and visual opposites . parenting styles and practices, including disciplinary practices . component parts such as warmth, responsiveness, regulation and non-coercive, .

Working Paper Number 105 Eritrea's Nation and State-building: Re ...
said to have “achieved a degree of non-coercive social discipline” by . culture is described as “an almost Maoist degree of mobilization and an almost Albanian . Dorman, “From the Politics of Inclusion to the Politics of Exclusion: NGOs and .

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