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#396 Sleep patterns and use of electronic devices in adolescents from two perspectives: a pilot study

Parental control over their pubertal children’s bedtime progressively decreases, but assistance in waking up during school week increases. Studies have shown that parental involvement in their adolescent children bedtime routines supports their health and wellbeing. Parents easily detect prominent sleep...
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#380 Hope of Mothers during Pregnancy and in the Postpartum Period

The determinants of parenting includes psychological resources of parents, characteristics of the child, and contextual sources of stress. Parenting develops already within expectations and beliefs of pregnant women, so maternal wellbeing and mental health during pregnancy has its impact on...
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#345 The role of parents in exercising the participatory rights of the child

The right of the child to participate is one of the fundamental principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. According to Article 12 “States Parties shall assure to the child who is capable of forming his...
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#293 Parenting children with mental disorders and intellectual disabilities at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries in Croatia

A study of personal files of children and adolescents hospitalized at the Royal Institute for the Mentally Ill in Stenjevac, now the University Psychiatric Hospital Vrapče in Zagreb, dating to the late 19th and early 20th centuries, showed that the...
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#06 Maternal Absence and Transnational Female Labour Migration; implications for Mothering

Migration of family members produces transnational practices and multisite lifestyle configurations. This study is sets in the context of transnational labour migration from Ethiopia to the Arabian Peninsula. The ethnographic fieldwork was carried out in two rural villages using in-depth...