By Neal Halfon, Kathryn Taaffe McLearn, Mark A. Schuster
This well timed quantity provides a wealthy photograph of the lives of folks with youngsters within the united states utilizing the 1st nationwide survey on mom and dad with young ones, a various workforce of students current new information regarding what mom and dad do, the industrial and social demanding situations they face, and the assets they use to enhance their kid's health and wellbeing and improvement. The analyses and insights supplied by way of this publication may be helpful for coverage makers in addition to others excited by public healthiness, social paintings, legislation, drugs, psychology, sociology, and baby improvement.
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These approaches reflect a range of aspects of young children’s growth and development, including cognitive development, physical growth, emotional maturation, social functioning, and more. They also span academic disciplines, encompassing the social sciences, medical science, demography, and others. Prominent child development models include the economic or rational choice framework (see Haveman and Wolfe 1995; Becker and Tomes 1986), the ecological context model (Bronfenbrenner 1979; Garbarino 1990), social capital theory (Coleman 1988), and other perspectives (see discussion in Brooks-Gunn et al.