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What are Ellen Galinsky's six stages of parenting?
1) Image-Making Stage
2) Nurturing Stage
3) Authority Stage
4) Interpretive Stage
5) Interdependent Stage
6) Departure Stage
What are the eight influences on parental role behaviors?
1) Developmental Time of Parent/Child
2) Cultural factors
3) Discipline
4) Influences of Child/Children
5) Influences of Family of Origin
6) Attitudes re: Parenting
7) Family Ecological Factors
What are some common views of fathers?
They are strong, dynamic, discipline-oriented, complete more laborious work, the finacial man, etc.
What are the three sorts of father involvement?
1) interaction component
2) responsibility component
3) availability component
What is the normal father-child interaction?
Physical play which can undermine the "nice" disposition of the mother.
What are the factors that influence fathering?
1) Hormonal changes
2) Role one's own father played in life
3) Expectations by fathering norms in society
4)Factors within the family - how mothers feel about the fathers getting invovled, mother should encourage father, etc.
What are "take-home" points about fathering?
1) Their role is unclear
2) They are competent caregivers
3) Stylistic differences in play
4) There have been modest increases in child involvement
What are the influences on the bonding process?
1) Is the child wanted?
2) Child's temperment
3) Moment-to-moment interactions
4) Quality of parenting
5) Early contact with child
6) Parent's history
7) Stressful circumstances
What are the child reactions for each of the four kinds of attachments?
- secure: upset, happy; strong leader, sociable, etc.
- resistant: upset, doesn't care;
- avoidant: doesn't care
- disorganized
What are the three types of temperment?
- Difficult
- Easy
- Slow-to-warm up to