Child-rearing studies systematic descriptions and analyses of how a culture raises its children are few and far between. Those which look at indigenous child-rearing with a sympathetic eye are even more unusual. And those that do all of this within a framework of child rights are virtually unknown. This book on child-rearing practices in Nepal is therefore of particular value in the literature and practice of early childhood care and development.
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Title: Bringing up Children in a Changing World: Conversations with Parents in Nepal, Kathmandu
Author(s): Sheridan Bartlett, Caroline Arnold, Joanna Hill, Chandrika Khatiwada, Pashupati Sapkota
Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: Save the Children and UNICEF