2 edition of Children"s social power in their relationships with adults found in the catalog.
Children"s social power in their relationships with adults
Joyce L. Radford
Written in English
|Statement||by Joyce L. Radford.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 230 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||230|
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The quality of the parent-child relationship does matter; both the frequency of contact and its nature hinge on it. Parents who had more positive relationships with their adult children. Why loving, nurturing relationships are important.
Children’s relationships shape the way they see the world and affect all areas of their development. Through relationships children learn about their world.
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