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Parenting and Caring Case Study - Community and Family Studies

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This comprehensive case study examines the various factors to pertaining parenting.

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Technology Social Issues Human development Childhood Parenting Family Foster care Human behavior Adoption Child care Caregiver Day care Carers rights movement The Princess Royal Trust for Carers
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Technology Social Issues Human development Childhood Parenting Family Foster care Human behavior Adoption Child care Caregiver Day care Carers rights movement The Princess Royal Trust for Carers
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A parent is an individual who cares for a dependent from birth through to independence.Biological parents are those parents whom produce and provide the genetic material for a child giving them similar characteristics and traits. For a child to be born the parents must be able to conceive a child naturallyor through Artificial Insemination known as Reproductive Technologies such as IVF (In-Vitro Fertilisation). Natural pregnancy can either be planned or unplanned. A planned pregnancy allows the parent/s to be more prepared for the birth of their child. Consideration is given to the cost of raising a child, changes which may need to occur to housing arrangements and allows for both parents to be emotionally prepared. Whereas unplanned pregnancy may be an extra difficult experience as the parent/s have multiple choices available to them s...
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