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Parenting for Social Change

Parenting for Social Change
  • Author: Teresa Graham Brett
  • Publisher: Social Change Press
  • ISBN: 0982951507
  • Page: 147
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Parenting for Social Change transforms the dominant view of childhood and challenges readers to move beyond control as a tool for ensuring children grow up to be healthy and responsible adults.

Parenting for Social Change transforms the dominant view of childhood and challenges readers to move beyond control as a tool for ensuring children grow up to be healthy and responsible adults.


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