Studies in Parenting provides a forum for extended and integrated treatments of fundamental contemporary topics in parenting. Each volume in this series addresses a different issue in parenting, yet the series as a whole endeavors to enhance and interrelate prominent concerns in parenting theory, research, and application. Studies in Parenting advances our understanding of: Who parents; whom parents parent; the scope of parenting; factors that affect parenting; and the nature, structure, and meaning of parenting.
By Marc H. Bornstein
December 29, 2021
This vital volume advances an in-depth understanding of how parenting infants in the first year of life is similar and different in two contrasting contexts in each of five countries - Argentina, Belgium, Israel, Italy, and the United States - providing a global understanding of parenting across ...
By Jennifer E. Lansford, W. Andrew Rothenberg, Marc H. Bornstein
February 25, 2021
This vital volume advances understanding of how parenting from childhood to adolescence changes or remains the same in a variety of sociodemographic, psychological, and cultural contexts, providing a truly global understanding of parenting across cultures. Through the Parenting Across Cultures...