Choose a parenting topic to research, Examples include spanking, TV, exercise, diet and nutrition, potty training, vaccinations, use of smartphones and social media, and gender and play.
Choose a parenting topic to research, Examples include spanking, TV,
Firstly, choose a parenting topic to research, Examples include spanking, TV, exercise, diet and nutrition, potty training, vaccinations, use of smartphones and social media, and gender and play.
Secondly, use the internet or other sources (e.g., parenting books, magazines) to identify 2 articles on your topic from 2 different sources about your selected parenting topic. (5 points)
Thirdly, write a short critique of your articles and sources in which you consider each of the following questions (20 points):
Fourthly, what is the original source of the information? – For example, was it a research study, personal experience, doctor, teacher, therapist, etc.?
Further, to whom is the advice aimed? Does it seek to advice mothers, fathers, people with higher or lower levels of education, or a particular racial-ethnic group?
Additionally, How effective is it likely to be, and for whom? Can anyone follow the advice, or only some parents – such as those with jobs, lots of money, or helpful relatives?
Furthermore, what are the motives of the group or individual offering the advice? Also, Are they selling a product, book, or service? Lastly, Promoting a particular ideology?
Parenting Topics include the following, Advocacy. Behavioral Issues. Bonding. Breastfeeding. Child Care. Developmental Milestones. Disabilities. Discipline. Fathers. Games and Activities. Literacy. Mental Health. Mothers’ Health. Nutrition. Oral Health. Physical Health. Ready for School. Recipes. Resources. Safety. Stress. Trauma.
Spanking- is a common form of corporal punishment, involving the act of striking the buttocks of another person to cause physical pain, generally with an open hand. More severe forms of spanking, such as switching, paddling, belting, caning, whipping, and birching, involve the use of an object instead of a hand.