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Raihan Ali
Jul 13, 2022
In Car Pool Forum
Made by Scientists Has Completely Different Parenting Advice? Should Children Be Allowed to Crawl on the Grass? Dig Soil? Looking for Bugs? Playing with Sand? Eat Dirt? Playing in the Mud? What Is the Relationship Between "Cleanliness, Hygiene", "Bacteria" and "Soil" and Children's Health? Let Us Further Discuss Sociocultural Scientific Expectations for Parenting, the Perspectives of Diverse Parenting Schools on Parenting Hygiene, and the Knowledge Production and Competition Process in the Scientific Community. 1. the Scientific Motherhood custom t shirts Expectations of Modern Parenting When a New Life Joins the Family, It Not Only Brings the Joy of New Members to Parents, but Also Brings Many New Tasks, Roles and Social Expectations. Traditional Gender Culture Often Regards Babysitting and Raising Children as the Nature and Responsibility of Mothers, Expecting Women to Assume "Motherhood" After Giving Birth to a Child. (Please Refer to Liang Lifang's "Being Strong as a Mother: Motherhood as a Field for Changing Society" for a Discussion on Motherhood.) in Traditional Societies, Parenting Experiences and Customs Passed on by Family, Friends and Mothers-In-Law Often Guide New Mothers on How to It Is an Important Reference for Doing a Good Job of "Mother". However, in Modern Society, Medical and Scientific Knowledge Has Gradually Replaced the Parenting Experience and Customs Left by Traditional Elders, and Has Become the Most Important Source of Information and Knowledge in the Contemporary Parenting Process. Studies Have Pointed Out That Modern Society Expects Mothers to Perform "Scientific Motherhood" - Mothers Should Actively Learn to Absorb the Latest Knowledge of Parenting Medicine and Science, and Give Their Children Proper Care. a Good Mother Is Expected to Have the Ability to Soothe and Care for Her Child, and to Have the Correct
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