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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents of Volume 3: Being and Becoming a Parent vii
  • Preface xi
  • Contents of Volume 1: Children and Parenting xv
  • Contents of Volume 2: Biology and Ecology of Parenting xvii
  • Contents of Volume 4: Social Conditions and Applied Parenting xix
  • Contents of Volume 5: Practical Issues in Parenting xxi
  • About the Authors in Volume 3 xxv
  • Part I - The Parent 1
  • 1 - Mothering 3
  • References *
  • 2 - Fathers and Families 27
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  • 3 - Coparenting in Diverse Family Systems 75
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  • 4 - Single Parenthood 109
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  • 5 - Grandparenthood 141
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  • 6 - Adolescent Parenthood 173
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  • 7 - Nonparental Caregiving 215
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  • 8 - Sibling Caregiving 253
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  • 9 - Parenting in Divorced and Remarried Families 287
  • References 310
  • 10 - Lesbian and Gay Parenthood 317
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  • 11 - Parenting and Contemporary Reproductive Technologies 339
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  • Part II - Becoming and Being a Parent 361
  • 12 - The Transition to Parenting 363
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  • 13 - Stages of Parental Development 389
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  • 14 - Personality and Parenting 415
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  • 15 - Parents' Knowledge and Expectations: Using What We Know 439
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  • 16 - Parental Monitoring and Knowledge of Children 461
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  • 17 - Parent Beliefs Are Cognitions: the Dynamic Belief Systems Model 485
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  • 18 - Parental Attributions 509
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  • 19 - Parental Attitudes Toward Childrearing 537
  • References 559
  • 20 - Psychoanalysis and Parenthood 563
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