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To be treated with respect : a modern approach to traditional First Nations parenting / C. Emery and W. Albrecht, eds.

Contributor(s): Albrecht, W [ed.] | Emery, C [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Victoria, B.C. : Hulitan Social Services, 1993Description: xlv, 310 p. ; 30 cm.Subject(s): Parenting -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Parenting -- Study and teaching -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Contents:
Pt. I. An introduction to traditional First Nations parenting (a five-session program in which parents will be encouraged to: think about parenting, explore and learn some of the old ways, share knowledge and experiences, remember the importance of "respect" in all things -- Session 1. Respecting traditions -- Session 2. Respecting self -- Session 3. Respecting children -- Session 4. Respecting family -- Session 5. Respecting nature -- Part II -- Session 1. Respecting customs -- Session 2. Respecting teachings -- Session 3. Respecting elders -- Session 4. Respecting culture -- Session 5. Respecting others -- Session 6. Respecting community
Summary: "To Be Treated With Respect" is a two-part parenting program developed in accordance with traditional First Nations child-rearing practices.
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Includes appendices

Pt. I. An introduction to traditional First Nations parenting (a five-session program in which parents will be encouraged to: think about parenting, explore and learn some of the old ways, share knowledge and experiences, remember the importance of "respect" in all things -- Session 1. Respecting traditions -- Session 2. Respecting self -- Session 3. Respecting children -- Session 4. Respecting family -- Session 5. Respecting nature -- Part II -- Session 1. Respecting customs -- Session 2. Respecting teachings -- Session 3. Respecting elders -- Session 4. Respecting culture -- Session 5. Respecting others -- Session 6. Respecting community

"To Be Treated With Respect" is a two-part parenting program developed in accordance with traditional First Nations child-rearing practices.

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