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|Title: ||Parenting practices and support in Scotland|
|Authors: ||Jamieson, Lynn|
|Issue Date: ||2008|
|Series/Report no.: ||CRFR Briefing|
|Abstract: ||This briefing outlines some findings about current parenting practices and support for parents in Scotland from the
Growing Up in Scotland (GUS) study. It also puts the GUS data in the context of the literature around parenting.
Although it talks about ‘parents’, in many households mothers are more involved with the everyday care of children
than fathers. These findings were originally presented to the GUS annual conference earlier this year.|
|Keywords: ||Parents and parenting|
|Appears in Collections:||CRFR Publications|
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